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Does shape matter?

It does, if we are talking about wine tasting! Attending a Riedel masterclass is an experience and one that I would obviously say shouldn’t be missed.  It’s always an interesting discussion at the beginning...

Hotel Almrausch, Oberlech 0

Hotel Almrausch, Lech

Nicely situated in Oberlech (meaning “upper Lech”) you will have ski in/out from this little 3 star hotel – The Almrausch. As you will see from our Lech Zürs review (here), this is an...

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Hintertux, Austria

The Ski & Glacier World Zillertal 3000 can be found at an amazing altitude of up to 3,250 m above sea level. Guaranteed snow and the possibility of year-round skiing on the glacier. The lift...

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St. Anton – Lech – Zürs, Austria

St. Anton (1304 m) is part of Ski Arlberg and one of the world’s largest and best known resorts. Its exciting terrain attracts the hard-core skiers and has hosted the Alpine Skiing World Championships...

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Sälen, Sweden

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...

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Val Thorens, France

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...

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Söll, Austria

Söll has long been popular with beginners and intermediates, attracting both youths and families looking for fun of different kinds. The resort is in fact far from ideal for beginners, but the SkiWelt can...

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Valloire, France

Valloire is located at the foot of the famous Col du Galibier, one of the highest in France and well-known for making a fantastic scenery for the Tour de France bike riders in the...

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Les 2 Alpes, France

Its position high up in the Oisans mountain range makes Les 2 Alpes one of the highest skiable summits. One spectacular run starts from the glacier at 3,600 m and descends 2,300 m to...

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Trysil, Norway

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...

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Canazei, Italy

Canazei is part of Dolomiti Superski which is the largest ski area in the world! Here you will find over 1200 kilometers of well-prepared ski trails. The most famous tour is the Sella Ronda...

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Verbier, Switzerland

Perched high on a sunny plateau in the heart of the mountains, with its slate-roof chalets, Verbier has carefully maintained its charm as the quintessential alpine village of The Alps. A freeride paradise to...

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Passo Tonale, Italy

On the border between Lombardy and Trentino, Passo Tonale is a natural amphitheatre that marks the border between the Val di Sole and Vallecamonica. It is open to the sun and boasts fantastic views,...

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Schladming, Austria

Schladming is known for its World Cup downhill racing and is a leading resort in the Steiermark area of Austria. The ski area now links four mountains in the ‘Schladming-4-Mountain-Swing’. You will find two main gondolas, the...

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Alpe d’Huez, France

Alpe d’Huez is located in nothing less than 1850 meters and from its highest point at the Pic Blanc (3.330 m), you can test your skills on the two black trails “Le Tunnel” and the 16 km...

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Hemsedal, Norway

As the second largest resort in Norway, Hemsedal has quite a lot to offer, especially for families and beginners. As other Scandinavian resorts, you won’t find high altitudes, long steep slopes or fast moving...

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Where do Pro’s go #2, Alexander Vissing

In this series of articles, we give our users a bit of insights on where pro skiers prefer to go themselves. They all have extensive knowledge on the best destinations and know the little...