6.7 Morzine, Valais

Novice
8
Advanced
8
Expert
7
Offpiste
6
Snow
5
Lifts
5
Family
7
Ambiance
7
Nature
7
Walking
7

Lively apres-ski atmosphere in comparison to some other French resorts and really pretty village centre.Good choice of bars & restaurants (reasonable prices). Portes du Soleil goes without saying that the skiing was superb although snow a bit thin here and there. Morzine is a very Brit friendly resort so this is something to consider if you want to get away for a real change of scenery! ...

Review by Melvin T. Lopez from Aldenham on February 21st. Visited Morzine in january 2016

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8.5 Saalbach Hinterglemm, Salzburgerland

Novice
9
Advanced
9
Expert
8
Offpiste
7
Snow
8
Lifts
8
Family
8
Ambiance
10
Nature
9
Walking
9

Everything is just right in Saalbach Hinterglemm: modern ski lifts, well-prepared slopes - super skiing -, the best apres ski in the Alps. It is just perfect! Especially the Hinterglemm part. Great to be able to ski out and back to our hotel - what a treat for the end of the day. ...

Review by Michael And Lesley from London on February 21st. Visited Saalbach Hinterglemm in february 2016

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8.2 Tignes, Savoie

Novice
9
Advanced
10
Expert
9
Offpiste
9
Snow
10
Lifts
9
Family
7
Ambiance
7
Nature
7
Walking
5

For both experienced or less experienced skiers, Tignes has skiing for everyone. Walk out your door and immediately you e on the slopes! Few queues at the lifts can handle large capa. A beautiful and very extensive ski area - miss the trees at this atltitude though! Blue runs are pretty spread out in area so that children and beginners can also get around the ski area and explore. It is a typical French ski resort with high-rise concrete blocks, but the center is pleasant with nice ...

Review by Lilian from Breda on February 21st. Visited Tignes in february 2016

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