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8.2 Les Deux Alpes, Isere

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Family
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Ambiance
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Nature
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Walking
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We really enjoyed our trip to Les Deux Alpes the second week of March. This is a very good high resort for intermediate and good skiers with fantastic snow and the largest glacier in Europe (3568m). If you like the off-piste skiing don't miss the legendary La Grave. The atmosphere in the resort is great with a real holiday feel. Our residence, Eperon 2, is in a superb location with excellent facilities only 100 metres from the departure of the Jandri Express cable car. We had a ...

Review by Irina Matrozova from Sofija on April 20th. Visited Les Deux Alpes in march 2008

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7.4 Val Thorens, Savoie

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Family
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Nature
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Walking
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I dont go skiing for nice authentic villages etc. Just loads of fresh snow, big pistes & good lift network and some good restaurants and bars is whats needed. Val Thorens (together with Tignes & Les Arcs) is one of the best to stay. Great skiing on & off-piste. Though it may be pretty cold in January & February. Also the French holidays are usually in last three weeks of February which means lot of queuing for the Cime de Caron which brings you to some exciting pistes. ...

Review by Ron from Haarlem on November 28th. Visited Val Thorens in march 2006

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7.3 Chatel, Haute Savoie

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Family
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Ambiance
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Nature
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Walking
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Unlike most resorts linked to major ski areas, Chatel remains relatively unspoiled and retains a very French feel. It is also right on the huge Portes du Soleil circuit, very close to the Swiss b*. It has two separate sectors of slopes, one linked to its French neighbour – high, purpose-built Avoriaz – and the other linked to two resorts in Switzerland: Morgins (which is on the Portes du Soleil circuit) and Torgon (which is not on the circuit). ...

Review by Stacey M. from London on January 15th. Visited Chatel in january 2018

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7.3 Madonna di Campiglio, Trentino Alto Adige

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Offpiste
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Snow
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Lifts
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Family
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Ambiance
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Nature
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Walking
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Top of Pradalago lift has some great blue runs for beginners and a couple of reds. One black which is not difficult as it was wide, empty and plenty of snow. You can buy either a Madonna ski pass or an all areas pass - the difference is about 4 euros per day. Easy connections from top of Pradalago to ski down to Folgarida or across to the Cinque Laghi gondola. From the top of the Cinque Laghi gondola you can either ski down half way where there are other connections to runs on the ...

Review by Elizabeth from Aberdeen on March 14th. Visited Madonna di Campiglio in march 2016

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