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French Lessons!

French Lessons!

A cold war has broken out between British tour operators and French resorts, over the problem of ski guiding. French law dictates anyone leading skiers on slopes must be properly qualified, and in France this means a 2 year university degree course.

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First Tracks Luxury

First Tracks Luxury

Tschuggen Grand Hotel in Arosa, Switzerland is inviting its guests on a Private Mountain weekend, exclusively opening up the slopes a day earlier than the season’s start on November 29.

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Zermatt

Zermatt

Zermatt is arguably the world's most scenically beautiful winter resort thanks to the aweinspiring views of the mighty Matterhorn, which towers above the old village.

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Wengen

Wengen

Wengen is the home of downhill skiing, and gathers crowds every year for the longest and oldest downhill race, the Lauberhorn, but that’s not to say this is a resort limited to racers as with the route being open in the winter anybody can try his luck.

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Verbier

Verbier

Les Quatres Vallées is the Swiss answer to France’s Les Trois Vallées, with 412km of pistes and some of the finest on and off-piste skiing anywhere.

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Grindelwald

Grindelwald

Nestled in the shadow of the imposing Eiger north face, sits the charming village of Grindelwald with its own ski area, First, available for you to take in the stunning views.

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Davos

Davos

Davos is a massive mountain town and also one of the world’s biggest and best ski areas, though only two of its five ski mountains are linked.

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Crans Montana

Crans Montana

Sunny skiing amid beautiful Alpine scenery: at its best, Crans is fantastic.

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Sierra Nevada

Sierra Nevada

Here's a resort that's different - a playground of wide-open slopes about 30 minutes from the fabulous Alhambra in historic Granada, in Southern Spain, and just over an hour from the Mediterranean's finest beaches.

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