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Discovering the beauty of Saas Fee's ski slopes

Nestled in the stunning Saas Valley in Switzerland, Saas Fee is a ski resort that promises an unforgettable skiing experience to skiers of all levels. With its high altitude and snow-sure slopes and breath-taking scenery, it has earned the nickname "The Pearl of the Alps". In this article, we'll explore what makes Saas Fee a top destination for skiing enthusiasts and how it compares to other popular ski resorts in France.

San Martino Di Castrozza : simply stunning!

One of Italy's best known ski resorts and a classic in the history of winter sports, San Martino boasts some of the most spectacular scenery in Europe, offering a back drop of forested hills backed by 3000m of pink Dolomitic rock. San Martino lies on a wide highland of pastures surrounded by thick woods, on the southern slopes of the Alps, in the area of the Dolomites that is the easternmost part of Italy's Trentino region. San Martino's area also extends to include the nearby high-altitude...

From Sestriere to Montgenèvre: Unveiling the different ski resorts of Via Lattea

Via Lattea ski area, located in the western Italian Alps, is a world-class skiing destination that offers an abundance of skiing opportunities for all levels of skiers. With over 400 km of ski slopes spanning across Italy and France, it is one of the largest ski areas in Europe and is home to some of the most challenging ski slopes in the world. One thing that people may not know about Via Lattea ski area is that it is actually a collabor...

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 ...

Flaine

Flaine is a friendly resort that I'd definitely recommend for families. There's a great range of skiing for beginners and intermediates in particular. We visited this 1960s purpose built resort in Jan 07 when snow conditions across Europe were v poor..

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Courmayeur

I think Courmayeur is one of the most beautiful place in the word. the town is wonderful, the 100 km of slopes are beautiful and the view of the italian side of Mont Blanc, the highest mountain of Europe, is fantastic! I love Courmayeur and also all ..

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Verbier

Verbier is one of the best all round ski resorts, it has something for everyone. Great on piste/off piste, excellent nightlife and ease for international guests. The apres ski was amazing, visit the farinet for a rowdy evening or the fer a cheval for..

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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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