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Serre Chevalier: scenic slopes and thrilling off-piste skiing opportunities

Serre Chevalier is one of the largest ski resorts in the French Alps, with 250km of pistes and an incredible off-piste skiing terrain. Located in the Hautes-Alpes region of France, it is a true haven for skiers and snowboarders of all levels. The resort is spread across four separate villages - Briançon, Chantemerle, Villeneuve and Le Monêtier-les-Bains. The skiing opportunities in Serre Chevalier are endless, and the snow conditions are...

Alpe D’Huez...Alps at their best

Alpe d'Huez is one of France's biggest and best-known Alpine ski resorts, ranking alongside other top French resorts such as Val d'Isère for extent and variety of slopes. Alpe d’Huez lies on a sunny plateau, with amazing slopes in all directions reaching to the far corners of this ski area and neighbouring villages of Auris, Villard Reculas, Oz en Oisans and Vaujany. The slopes go down to 1100m and up to 3330m, while its glacier ensures snow cover is sufficient for a long season that stretc...

The SkiWelt: phenomenal skiing in the Tyrolean Alps

The ski area of ​​SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental is one of the most famous and popular destinations for a winter sports holiday in Austria. Certainly among the Dutch and the British the SkiWelt has been a longtime-favorite destination. The entire ski area counts no fewer than 284 kilometers of slopes and is therefore one of the largest interconnected ski areas in Austria. The SkiWelt offers a good choice of nine different Tyrolean villages, from traditional, quiet Scheffau to the more bust...

Portes du Soleil: skiing without borders

The Portes du Soleil ski area is one of the largest ski areas in the world, spanning across two countries, France and Switzerland. With over 600 kilometers of slopes and close to 200 ski lifts, the area is a paradise for skiing enthusiasts from all around the globe. If you're planning a skiing trip, the Portes du Soleil should definitely be on your radar. One of the most appealing aspects of the Portes du Soleil is the sheer variety of sl...

Bansko

Fantastic, small resort but the skiing is varied and there's a lot of off-piste available without much hiking. Pistes groomed very well, even when the resort was packed on New Years Eve, the little resort next door Dobrinishte was much quieter and is..

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Bardonecchia

Bardonecchia has an excellent choice of blue and red runs and a reliable ski bus service linking the various areas. We were very impressed by the overall management of the resort and catering facilities close to the pistes were also good. When the Tu..

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Hochzillertal

I was a learner so didn't see all the pistes but my friends thought the whole hochzillertal area was great. The piste were wide and well maintained.The only downside was the queue to get up in the first place. I am going backthere in Feb 2007.I hope ..

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A deep dive into snow reliability

As passionate winter sports enthusiasts, we're constantly on the quest for the ultimate skiing or snowboarding experience. For us, it's not just about carving turns down pristine slopes—it's about immersing ourselves in the exhilarating embrace of snow-covered mountains. Yet, in a world where climate change is reshaping the very landscapes we love, our pursuit of the perfect powder day has become increasingly challenging. Gone are the day...

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