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Les Gets: a lovely traditional Alpine village for families

Les Gets lies in the Massif du Chablais at the western end of the massive Portes du Soleil ski area, just below Lac Léman and is therefore easy to reach from Geneva. Les Gets is a great place for a last-minute break. With access to 650 km of slopes spread across 12 villages in both France and Switzerland, the vast Portes du Soleil area offers near-limitless skiing amid fantastic scenery. Border crossings are seamless. There’s something fo...

Les Deux Alpes: the world upside down

Les Deux Alpes lies between Grenoble and Briançon in a remote corner of the Dauphiné, just over an hour's drive south-east of Grenoble. Les Deux Alpes is one of the largest and most snow-sure ski resorts in the Southern French Alps. Its biggest asset is its high altitude, which allows skiing to continue throughout much of the yea Best known for having the largest skiable glacier in Europe, Les Deux Alpes also boasts one of the world's gre...

Großarl: an insider tip for families

Located one hour away from Salzburg, Grossarl is a small, quiet village tucked away in the lesser-known Grossarltal, which runs parallel to the better-known bigger Gasteinertal, to the south of St Johann im Pongau. The village is located at an altitude of 924 meters and forms the heart of the Ski Amadé. The special thing about Großarl is that it lies in a dead-end valley. Here, the accommodations blend harmoniously into the natural environment which enhances the tranquil and relaxed atmosph...

Alpe D’Huez...Alps at their best

Alpe d'Huez is one of France's biggest and best-known Alpine ski resorts, ranking alongside other top French resorts such as Val d'Isère for extent and variety of slopes. Alpe d’Huez lies on a sunny plateau, with amazing slopes in all directions reaching to the far corners of this ski area and neighbouring villages of Auris, Villard Reculas, Oz en Oisans and Vaujany. The slopes go down to 1100m and up to 3330m, while its glacier ensures snow cover is sufficient for a long season that stretc...

Zell am Ziller

Zeer geschikt skigebied voor zowel beginners als gevorderden,zeker na de aansluiting met Gerlos en Königsleiten. Zeer groot skigebied geworden. Zell am Ziller is geschikt voor gezinnen die met de auto op wintersport gaan. De gondel ligt namelijk ver ..

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Saas Fee

Saas Fee is a highly European oriented resort, catering significantly more for German and French speaking visitors than English than any other resort I've been to. The only advantage of this resort is the guaranteed snow due to it's high altitude, bu..

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Samoens

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 vis..

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Les Gets
Les Gets
Stelvio Pass
Stelvio Pass
Briancon
Briancon
Valsavarenche
Valsavarenche
Manigod
Manigod
Seewiesen
Seewiesen
Les Contamines
Les Contamines
Val di Fassa
Val di Fassa
Saint Gervais
Saint Gervais
Canazei
Canazei

10 best destinations in the Alps for spring skiing

Skiing at the end of the season has many advantages. The weather is generally milder and sunnier, the days are much longer and the crowds have gone leaving quieter slopes to enjoy. It also means that there are many great ski accommodation deals to be had as resorts look to sell their empty beds at low prices. There can be a real party atmosphere at the end of the skiseason as spring is in the air and the locals and resort staff celebrate what is a long winter. It can often snow too, and alt...

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