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One of the biggest interconnected ski areas in Tyrol and with a reputation for après-ski and a formidable list of nightclubs. However Ischgl has wider appeal as a high-quality resort to suit all. The family-friendly slopes are perfect for the majority of skiers, while the grooming and snow-making are in a league of their own. The area […]
Val Thorens is the highest altitude resort in Europe and the highest point in the 3 Vallées ski area – one of the largest ski areas in the world with over 600 kilometres of runs. It is situated in a vast natural cirque overlooked by 6 glaciers so you can ski in the sunshine all […]
Livigno (1816m) is a year-round Alpine destination and one of the main winter resorts in the Alps. Its geographical position, together with its high altitudes, makes Livigno a winter paradise with heavy snowfalls from late November until early May. An extensive network of snow making facilities, covering up to 70% of the terrain, ensures that the […]
Most Scandinavian ski resorts are spread across several peaks with limited or no interconnections between ski areas, but Trysil is an exception to this. This makes it suitable for families and groups who can ski different areas according to ability and then meet up for lunch or whatever. The skiing is a mixture of open […]
Sälen is Sweden’s largest combined resort when it comes to number of lifts and runs in one area under one name. It is made up of 6 smaller resorts, Lindvallen, Högfjället, Tandådalen, Hundfjällen (together “Skistar Sälen”), Kläppen and Stöten (see separate descriptions). It has almost as many tourist beds and uplifts as all the other Swedish areas put […]
You won’t get any higher…the mountain lifts in the Zermatt and the surrounding areas take you to the highest heights in the alps – up to 3,883 m. No other words than “Wow” to cover that. The resort has 200 km of pistes across three linked sectors – Sunnegga-Blauherd-Rothorn, Gornergrat-Stockhorn and Trockener Steg-Schwarzsee. Due to […]