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Abondance
Abondance is a small village with its own ski slopes just off the main road up to Chatel in the Portes du Soleil.
Its own slopes are ideal for early skiers, or perhaps those on their second week, and are also wonderfully quiet when other parts of the main domain are busy.

The local ski area is shared with Torgon, over the Swiss border, but the drag lifts that are required to return to La Chapelle d'Abondance are not to be taken lightly!

The resort itself is rustic, and you are treated as a local by the very friendly residents, especially if you are prepared to try out your French.

La Chapelle d'Abondance can be a great location from which to ski the Portes du Soleil on a budget.

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Abries
Abries-Ristolas is a pocket sized ski resort in the Alpes du Sud region of France, in the Massif du Queyras.
Abries-Ristolas was rebuilt after suffering considerable damage in the Second World War, and as a Ski and Snowboarding destination tends towards the relaxed end of the spectrum.

Its great for those wanting to get away from the mega resorts where you will hearing English spoken as frequently as French, and with Turin airport only around two hours away (Chambery slightly further) its a good resort to plan your own trip to, booking flights and car hire independently.
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Abtenau
Abtenau is a reasonable sized ski resort as well known for its cross country rather than downhill skiing, but a good base from which to explore the Dachstein-West domain.
Abtenau not far from Salzburg (about an hours drive away), making it a good short break option. With 40 downhill pistes and 70 kilometres of cross country skiing it draws mainly inexperienced and intermediate skiers, although there are a couple of challenging blacks.
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Achenkirch
Achenkirch is a village close to the Achensee lake. It gives access to the Christlum Alm slopes above Achenkirch, which are part of the Karwendal conservation area.
Achenkirch itself is fairly low lying, at 930m and is extends some distance so do check the convenience of your accommodation to resort facilities.
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Adelboden
Adelboden is a traditionally attractive Swiss village, and along with nearby Lenk has six areas of pistes, linked by road transport.
Driving is though frowned upon in Adelboden itself, so access to the different areas is usually by the local bus system.

Its location in the centre of Switzerland and as such is well located for Berne, Basle, Sion and Zurich airports, all within a couple of hours. The train (and bus from the local station Frutigen) can be a great way to get to the resort).

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Ailefroide
Ailefroide is a mountaineering village, which is frequently cut off for road visitors in winter.
It can be accessed as part of a ski tour from nearby resorts.
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Aillon le Jeune
Aillon le Jeune, or Les Aillons, is one of 14 local villages in the Bauges National Park in the Savoie.
Les Aillons has been a recognised ski resort since the 1960's.

Set in the heart of the Savoie, Aillon le Jeune is a historic village ideal for either a sporty or relaxing stay. The local areas offer Nordic skiing, a snow park, snowshoe routes and 40 km of alpine skiing
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Aillons Margeriaz
Aillon Margeriaz is one of 14 local villages in the Bauges National Park in the Savoie.
Les Aillons has been a recognised ski resort since the 1960's.

Set in the heart of the Savoie, Aillon le Margeriaz is a historic village ideal for either a sporty or relaxing stay. The local areas offer Nordic skiing, a snow park, snowshoe routes and 40 km of alpine skiing
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Aime 2000 La Plagne
Aime 2000 La Plagne is one of the highest villages of the ten that make up La Plagne.
The village has the benefit of being near to the slopes so it is easy to get on and off the slopes. Aime La Plagne offers a wide range of restaurants on the mountain for visitors to choose from and is well loved by families in particular as it is both it is friendly and welcoming and offers a wide range of childcare services.

Given its altitude Aime is snow sure and although one of the more 'austere' looking of the high La Plagne villages it is popular due to the convenience and both quality and quantity of skiing it offers.
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Alagna
Alagna is a quiet village at the foot of some of the most challenging skiing in the Montarosa ski area.
There are some fantastic off piste opportunities in Alagna valley which unlike other Montarosa resorts is reached travelling north from Milan rather than from the Aosta Valley.

On piste the village suits intermediates, as the run into Alagna can be demanding for less experienced skiers.
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Albiez Montrond
Albiez Montrond and its near neighbour Albiez le Jeune are situated in the Maurienne valley on a sunny plain at the foot of the Aiguilles d'Arves.
The local pistes in Albiez Montrond tend towards the easy end of the spectrum, although there are more challenging resorts within easy access.

Although Albiez Montrond is not well known outside France it attracts those looking for a less commercial resort offering access to a other ski areas in the Maurienne valley.
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Alleghe
Alleghe is a great ski resort delightfully situated on its own lake. Famous also for its mountaineering on the northern side of the Civetta mountain which rises above Alleghe.
Not only is there direct access to 40 ski slopes in the resorts own area, but ski and snowboard enthusiasts can also access the Marmolada (with its fantastic piste from the glacier to the valley which is over 12km long) and the slopes of the Sella Ronda a short drive away.

Alleghe, rather remarkably for its size, is also home to one of Italy's top ice hockey teams, providing great off slope entertainment if a home match is scheduled during your visit.
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Allevard Les Bains
Allevard is situated lakeside and at low altitude but forms a good base to explore a few local ski resorts.
Around 12 km away is Le Collet d'Allevard, a pleasant resort good for families with ski facilities for small children. There is a shuttle service between Allevard and Le Collet. The ski resort offers the a significant floodlit area for those looking for night skiing.

25kms from Allevard are the twins resorts of Le Pleynet / Les 7 Laux which offer 120kms of slopes together with a snow-park, snow-surf, half-pipe and jumps.

Further away again there is the option of Orelle which is a backdoor route into the Three Valleys and its 600kms of pistes.
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Alpbach
Alpbach is loved by us Brits, and has one of the highest proportions of return visitors of any resort in the Alps.
Alpbach is, at least in terms of the village everything an Austrian ski resort should be - chocolate box pretty, friendly, with nursery slopes on its doorstep - and although the skiing is not the sort that will suit the mileage hungry - its only got around 55km of pistes - that doesn't deter the regular skiers and snowboarders one bit.

Accommodation in Alpbach is comfortable, suiting its clientele well, although most packages are either in hotel or pensions rather than the self catering apartments which are available if your organise your own holiday, booking your ski flights and car hire.
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Alpe d'Huez
Alpe d'Huez is a French resort located in the Grandes Rousses and boasts beautiful views, almost all year round sunshine and ski slopes suitable for varying levels of skiers.
It also has the longest piste in the Alps, the wonder black Sarenne from the top of Pic Blanc all the way back through the Gorge de Sarenne.

This is a good choice if you do not want to travel far for a bit of sunshine with a group of varying abilities and who would take advantage of the lively nightlife.
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Alpe di Siusi (Seiser Alm)
Alpe di Siusi, or Seiser Alm (its German name) is a small resort little known in the UK, but with wonderful hotels up on the plateau over Ortisei. There are fantastic views of the Dolomites from here.
Its slopes are in the main 'easy intermediate' standard, but are a lot quieter than those on the main Sella Ronda circuit.

The Alpe di Siusi is a great place for beginners (ensure you ask for an English speaking instructor, as their main language is German or Italian), and intermediates wanting to perfect their technique, and the way the lifts are organised allows a modest circuit to be formed, but more accomplished skiers are likely to tire of the area within a day or so.

Reaching the wider ski on skis from Suisi means a trip down one cable car, a walk across Ortisei, and then up further lifts. It takes a long time, and if you haven't a car you will probably the bus is the best way forward.
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Alpendorf
Alpendorf is a 'suburb' of St Johann in Pongau in the giant "Salzburg's Sportwelt" ski area, Austria's largest.
The "Ski Amade" area offers 860 km of excellent ski pistes with over 270 lifts, gondola and chairlifts on a single ski-pass.

The 'local area' is extensive too, with around 200km of slopes and 64 lifts.

Its a popular desination wirh us Brits due to the family friendly atmosphere and varied range of skiing on offer.
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Alt St. Johann
Alt St Johann is one of the highest villages in Toggenburg region situated between the Santis massif and the Churfirsten peaks.
It is one larger winter sports areas in eastern Switzerland and easily reachable by both car and train from Zurich. It has 20 ski lifts and whilst it is better known for its cross country skiing has around 60km of downhill skiing.
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Anzere
Anzere overlooks the Rhone Valley, a small purpose built Swiss resort due shortly to merge with nearby Crans-Montana
This will make Anzere considerably more attractive of those who could tire of their current 52kms of skiing.

Anzere is a modern resort but its small traffic free centre makes its ideal for families, and the local amenities including a wide range of restaurants, make it an attractive option for those wanting convenience.
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Arabba Arabba is probably the most popular destination in the Dolomites for the British, and it is also probably the most demanding in this other intermediate area. With direct access to the Sella Ronda it also gives access to the Marmalada Glacier. More Info
Arc 1600
Arc 1600 is very close to Arc 1800, whilst overlooking the town of Bourg-St-Maurice.
Arc 1600 is at the top of the funicular railway that was built up to the resort from Bourg (which provides further valley accommodation). Arc 1600 mainly consists of apartment blocks and although not, in the eyes of most, the most attractive resort if is a really convenient base. Arc 1600 is very family friendly and welcoming, however there is not a massive amount to do there.
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Arc 1800
Arc 1800 is the largest village in the Les Arcs domain located a couple of kilometres from Arc 1600.
Arc 1800 is very much a family resort, it has an area for children and welcomes them warmly. There is also reasonable night life in Arc 1800 for young adults.
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Arc 2000
Arc 2000 is very much a purpose built resort with ski in/ski out facilities.
This may not make Arc 2000 the most visually pleasing (it mainly consists of large apartment blocks) or convenient with few shops or restaurants but makes up for it with great access to the slopes. There are a lot of long, nice easy runs out of Arc 2000 making it ideal for mixed ability groups and families..
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Areches-Beaufort
Areches-Beaufort is a small village with skiing and snowboarding both above the village and a couple of miles up the road above Le Planay.
The pistes are linked on by pistes, but not by lifts, and together make up an area of 50km. It is an attractive place to both stay, ski and visit other nearby resorts and attractions.

The skiing itself are on predominantly red / blue runs and the majority of the top lifts are drags, and although the top slopes favours skiers above boarders there is also a bordercross area for the snowboarding community.
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Argentiere
The slopes of Argentière are located at the top of the Charmonix valley and below Grands Montets.
This resort is a good choice for expert skiers looking for beautiful scenery and challenging slopes, however reaching different slopes is not easy to do in one day.

The nearby town of Chamonix is able to accommodate a large amount of tourists with varying budgets.
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Arinsal
Arinsal is the most popular resort in Andorra for British visitors, much based on the competitive prices offered in Arinsal.
There has been a steady trend away from the more extreme booze fuelled crowds and in the past few years an increasing number of families looking for good value have been attracted.
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Arosa Arosa is a real 'winter' resort attracting not just downhill skiers, but also cross country, walkers and those wanting just to sample an Alpine winter. Although the architecture in the centre of the town lets it down slightly, and the village is spread out (so make sure your ski hire rental shop is well placed for your accommodation) Arosa has some great restaurants and suits those who like to do a modest amount of skiing during a day and then retire to other activities. More Info
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Arvieux
Arvieux is a small ski resort with 15 km of pistes of varying difficulty.
Its in the Val d'Azur, an away from it all area in the heart of the forest where you will be surrounded by larch trees. The scenery is dominated by the magnificent Grand Pic Rochebrune.
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Au Bregenzerwald Bregenzerwald, or Vorarlberg is a really great value area - in Austria but off the beaten track as far as the main tour operators are concerned. Its also gets a lot of snow even though the area tends towards the lower altitudes. It is group of small ski areas which are all covered by one lift pass - car hire is essential to make the most of your trip here, as you will be travelling between the many villages in the area. The larger resorts include Au and Schoppernau (which form the Diedamskoph area), Damuls and Mellau who are now linked into the biggest area in the region (and Mellau is apparently the snowiest village in the world!) and Schroken and Warth who again share around 60km of slopes. Smaller villages include Alberschwende, Andelesbuch, Bezau, Egg, Hittisau, Riefensberg and Scwarzenberg. More Info
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Auris en Oisans
Auris en Oisans is one of the outlying villages in the Alpe-d'Huez domain.
Whilst Auris en Oisans does have its own pistes which are considerably quieter than the main resort runs, and has some good learning slopes for beginners anyone with more than a week or twos experience will head for the main domain pistes.

Being a purpose built resort at an altitude of 1600m access to the skiing from your accommodation should be fast and convenient.
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Auron
Auron is situated across the valley from Isola 2000, above the attractive village of St Etienne de Tinee.
St Etienne is directly linked to the Auron slopes by the Pinatelle cable car.

The Auron resort itself is at an altitude of 1600m in the middle of 132 km of pistes. Skiers and snowboarders are both well catered for in an area where there has been investment in the lifts system, and there is a good range of mountain restaurants. The fact that Nice airport is only a little over an hour away is an added bonus.
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Ax Les Thermes
Ax-les-Thermes is a sizable ski resort and spa village in the French Pyrenees.
The slopes of Ax-les-Thermes are a gondola ride away up the mountain and suit both beginners and intermediates. There is also a reasonable number of black runs and off piste to keep the experts engaged.

The town itself has been a spa centre for many years and therefore offers many other activities when of the pistes.
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