6.7 Hafjell, Oppland

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

The ski area at Hafjell has expanded over the past few years, and with the addition of a gondola, there are a good number of varied runs for all ski levels. There are also more family and nursery runs and the childcare is excellent. This is definitely the place to introduce your young family to skis (or boards). ...

Review by Sita Van Kemenade from Haarlem on April 7th. Visited Hafjell in march 2008

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6.5 Font Romeu, Pyrenees

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

Font Romeu is quite a good place for exploring the whole of the Cerdagne and Capcir. However, for skiing you are better off at Les Angles in the Capcir which is about 20 minutes drive (you can see the back of Font Romeu from the top of Les Angles). I don't know why Les Angles is not in the guide as it is a much better resort in my opinion. There is also skiing next to Les Angles in Formigueres. Apparently all the resorts in the Cerdagne and Capcir are now covered by one lift ...

Review by Duncan Wiley from London on September 23rd. Visited Font Romeu in february 2006

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6.7 Les Carroz, Haute Savoie

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

Les Carroz is a large friendly village with mostly self-catering accommodation and some nice little shops. There are a range of restaurants but we had to book a couple of days ahead for a party of 5. No other nightlife in evidence so party animals may like to go elsewhere but there are some nice bars, like Marlows. There is a regular ski bus to the telecabin which is fast and there were no queues to speak of. As it was our first visit we just bought the Massif liftpass which includes ...

Review by Gillean from Dundalk on April 21st. Visited Les Carroz in march 2008

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