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7.3 Mayrhofen, Tirol

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

Just back from the Hoff as the locals call it. Lucky enough to catch some fine snow so excellent skiing ! The town is great with a huge ski area - I would recommend it to anyone. The only gripe I have is the much talked about ride up to/down from the ski area. It isn’t ideal but I wouldn’t let it put you off going. If you are early risers, you won’t queue. If you are smart you won’t queue - make use of the other side (Ahorn) - ...

Review by Rob from Rotterdam on March 22nd. Visited Mayrhofen in march 2008

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6.2 Prato Nevoso, Piemonte

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

There is plenty of skiing both above and below the tree line and the scope would not disgrace a much bigger resort. Piste maintenance is excellent. The lift company do a particularly good job, combing the pistes and making snow when necessary. The link to Artesina has revolutionized the appeal of the area and the ski pass is very good value. On the Artesina side, the skiing is more challenging whereas Prato Nevoso is easier for beginners and early intermediates. There are plenty ...

Review by Karen from Armagh on October 16th. Visited Prato Nevoso in march 2014

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7.6 Samoens, Haute Savoie

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

Samoens is one of the prettiest villages on France's skiing circuit. Its strict conservation policy means that it has none of the ugly purpose-built high rises that spoil many of the modern resorts. Samoens has a community and life of its own, so visitors can enjoy a true flavour of Frances - particularly in its many good restaurants and bars. The skiing is abundant and varied. Linked to Flaine, Morillon, Les Carroz and Sixt, Samoens offers a vast domain of runs - from ...

Review by Mark Kelly from Bristol on September 3rd. Visited Samoens in january 2007

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6.0 Ax les Thermes, Midi Pyrenees

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

The downhill skiing area at Ax-les-Thermes is fairly extensive and is divided into 3 well linked domains. The skiing is from 1400m up to 2300m with the lower sections being well served by snow cannons. There are enough pistes to keep most people happy, but one of the real joys of the station is the amount of safe between pistes, in and out of the trees there is to be done. The station is good for beginners as the green slopes are up at 1800m and are set apart from the main pistes. ...

Review by J. Thomson from Leeds on March 19th. Visited Ax les Thermes in march 2010

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