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Free-nature skiing is the real attraction in Lech-Zürs

Skiers and boarders have woken up to the fact that Lech-Zürs am Arlberg is the snowiest A-list resort in the Alps. Zürs gets close to ten metres on average every winter season -double the average of Val d’Isere-, and Lech manages a still-impressive seven metres. Is Lech-Zürs the Eldorado of deep powder? The Arlberg Ski Area is famous around the world as a destination for serious skiers, and Lech is a key part of it. Lech-Zürs is an excellent place for beginners and intermediates with perfec...

The SkiWelt: phenomenal skiing in the Tyrolean Alps

The ski area of ​​SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental is one of the most famous and popular destinations for a winter sports holiday in Austria. Certainly among the Dutch and the British the SkiWelt has been a longtime-favorite destination. The entire ski area counts no fewer than 284 kilometers of slopes and is therefore one of the largest interconnected ski areas in Austria. The SkiWelt offers a good choice of nine different Tyrolean villages, from traditional, quiet Scheffau to the more bust...

Saalbach: a vibrant winter sport hot-spot

Saalbach is one of Austria’s premier ski resorts and probably one of the most popular and lively winter-sports holiday destinations in the Alps. It offers a wide range of runs and challenges for skiers of every level and a vibrant apres-ski. Originally comprising two sides of the long Glemm valley the resorts Saalbach and Hinterglemm have been connected to include Leogang and Fieberbrunn both one valley across. And even a further extensio...

Les Portes du Mont Blanc: The pearl in the crown

The Portes du Mont-Blanc includes four ski resorts located between the Val d'Arly and the Aravis mountain range: Combloux, La Giettaz, Cordon and Megève Jaillet. it is a quiet and economical alternative to the Espace Évasion Mont-Blanc, of which Combloux and Megève Jaillet are also part of. The ski area with well over 100km of slopes offers skiing for all levels, great off-piste possibilities and a breathtaking view of Mont Blanc, the Aiguille Bionnassay or the Dome of the Miages. The ski a...

Val dIsere

Superort. Schon einige Male besucht. Das letzte Mal (März 2006) fiel es allerdings wirklich auf, dass die Preise dort in die Höhe schießen. Val d'isere war natürlich schon nicht das günstigste Dorf in den Alpen. Geht jetzt wirklich ein bisschen zu we..

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Flaine

Flaine is a great ski resort with good snow record and geared for families. We have been in Flaine the last 2 years at New Year with great conditions. Can be pricey but closeness of apartments to ski runs allows time to pop back for lunch. Regular fr..

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Thyon

Les Collons - what a surprise, a small village that has it all - restaurants, supermarket, ski shops and bars. But best of all linked to 410km of piste in the 4 Valleys, which some say is the best skiing in the Swiss Alps. Why ski Verbier, when there..

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Puchberg
Puchberg
Walchensee
Walchensee
Kronplatz
Kronplatz
Wildhaus
Wildhaus
Lofer
Lofer
Aachen
Aachen
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Mitterbach am Erlaufse..
Pfander
Pfander
Brixen
Brixen
Argentera
Argentera

Where's the best snow in the Alps for early season skiing?

Zermatt in Switzerland, which operates Europe’s highest lifts reaching 3.899m, and the Hintertux glacier in Austria’s Ziller Valley are both open year round. Zermatt’s neighbor Saas Fee opens mid-July each year so by the start of autumn is already three months in to its 10-month-long snow sports season! The fourth option is Pitztal, with Austria’s highest lifts, which closes in mid-May but re-opens in mid-September each year for an eight-...

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