Random ski resorts Tignes to Val Thorens

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7.8 Tignes, Savoie

Novice
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Advanced
9
Expert
9
Offpiste
9
Snow
10
Lifts
8
Family
7
Ambiance
6
Nature
7
Walking
5

Tignes is about the best Alpine bet. It has good snow guaranteed untill May. Tignes is one of the best areas in the world for lift-served off-piste runs. There is a huge amount of varied terrain, with swift access to Val dIsere ...

Review by Kurt from Mannheim on July 16th. Visited Tignes in january 2014

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7.1 Morzine, Valais

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

Visited Morzine last year had stayed in Avoriaz a couple of years before and skied across and then over to Les Getz and realised what wonderful area it is. We took our wee boy for his first lessons (age 6)to the French Ski School they were fantastic (all English Speaking). Great family resort. Massive area lots of levels and options from A-B so great place to go if with a mixed ability group. Lots of mountain restaurants. It was the last week of the season and the resort was closing ...

Review by Flimsy from Copenhagen on August 30th. Visited Morzine in december 2006

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7.6 San Cassiano, Trentino Alto Adige

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

San Cassiano is an undiscovered gem - i love it. It is a small traditional village with access to miles and miles of skiing. I just love the Dolomites and San Cassiano is a delightful gateway to the masses of skiing around the Sella Ronda. You can ski over to Arabba...and the Marmolda glacier and if you've set off early enough countinue round the whole of the Sella Ronda circuit. The lift system is quick and efficient, bubbles having replaced chairs in several places, meaning ...

Review by Fiona Wood from London on December 8th. Visited San Cassiano in february 2010

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8.1 Val Thorens, Savoie

Novice
9
Advanced
9
Expert
9
Offpiste
9
Snow
9
Lifts
8
Family
7
Ambiance
8
Nature
8
Walking
5

Just returned from a short break in Val Thorens (April 5th - 9th). This really is a resort of that has two sides to it. On the one hand you have some of the most varied and fantastic terrain I have ever seen. The Three Valleys area is immense and the on and off piste possibilities seem to be endless. In a nutshell I don't think I’ve enjoyed skiing/boarding quite as much as this, although this was helped by low numbers on the pistes, nonexistent lift queues (down to ...

Review by Sally from London on April 17th. Visited Val Thorens in april 2008

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