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Boí Taüll: a snow-sure ski destination for families

Vall de Boi is in the centre of the Pyrenees. It is a narrow valley on the edge of Aigüestortes National Park, an area of soaring peaks. The ski station Boí Taüll is the highest ski resort in the Catalan Pyrenees, with an elevation ranging from 2020 meters to a whopping 2751 meters. This situation guarantees snow throughout the season and not have to be as aware of atmospheric whims. Add to this its north-facing slopes and the low humidity of the area. The result is a good snow that usually characterizes the ent..

Les Portes du Mont Blanc: The pearl in the crown

The Portes du Mont-Blanc includes four ski resorts located between the Val d'Arly and the Aravis mountain range: Combloux, La Giettaz, Cordon and Megève Jaillet. it is a quiet and economical alternative to the Espace Évasion Mont-Blanc, of which Combloux and Megève Jaillet are also part of. The ski area with well over 100km of slopes offers skiing for all levels, great off-piste possibilities and a breathtaking view of Mont Blanc, the Aiguille Bionnassay or the Dome of the Miages. The ski area offers enough options for relaxed skiers and families with children.

Saint Gervais is delightful and charming

Saint Gervais is a well established spa town that has been welcoming skiers for over 80 years and its proximity to Geneva airport - less than an hours drive - is ideal for short stay ski holidays. Despite its proximity to Mont Blanc and the popular Chamonix, it is not a very well known resort, probably due to the fact that no major tour operators go there. The ski area Saint Gervais - Megève itself is not big, but it's Evasion Mont Blanc lift pass covers six ski areas comprising over 450km of prepared slopes, as..

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 stretches from early Decembe..

Val dIsere

Val disere has it all. it is snow-sure (in fact you can ski / board in summer on the glacier), high up and serviced by excellent infrastructure both in resort and on the slopes. the people are friendly, (the french are friendly no matter what you hea..

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Morzine

Lovely town located near the Swiss Border , you actually ski half the time in France and half the time in Switzerland . It had'nt snowed for a while but the pistes were still good Great resort for beginners and intermediates , the most challenging ru..

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Thyon

Het piste aanbod van Les Quatre vallees is super en tot nu toe tussen januari en half maart zeer sneeuwzeker gebleken. Rondom het dorp Les Collons liggen veel makkelijke pistes wat ideaal is voor gezinnen. Verderop in het gebied liggen uitdagingen vo..

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Monte Cimone
Monte Cimone
Madonna di Campiglio
Madonna di Campiglio
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Samoens
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Chamrousse
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Partenen
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Alagna
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Klappen
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Tanndalen
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Moody start of March

An active front reached the Alps late Wednesday night and brought significant amounts of fresh snow, but also some rain to many regions on Thursday, heaviest in the west. It has not been notably cold again though, meaning that snow depths are much more modest lower down. The Alpine weather remains unstable and downright moody. Disturbances meander over the Alps as the region is enclosed in mild and cold air.

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