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Alpe d’Huez

Alpe d’Huez

Alpe d’Huez is one of the dominant French resorts, its reputation for both snow and sunshine matched by an extensive ...

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Amade

Amade

The Amadé region, less than an hour from Salzburg airport, is certainly Ski Easy territory, but the lift map in their publicity is a bit of a con because it implies that its 25 resorts and 860 pistes are all linked up – which they are certainly not.

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Arlberg

Arlberg

Austria’s Arlberg ski region is one of the best-known in the world because its three main resorts all have big-league status.

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Aspen Snowmass

Aspen Snowmass

Aspen is America’s best-known resort, with great skiing on four snow-sure but unconnected mountains. The scenery is fabulous, so is the ...

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Bansko

Bansko

Bansko is the newest of Bulgaria’s ski resorts, so the lifts are all fairly modern, but the bad news is that the town itself is not.

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Breckenridge

Breckenridge

Americas largest ski state has dozens of good, though expensive, resorts.

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Chamonix

Chamonix

Mountain lovers and extreme skiers flock to Chamonix, the Alps’ most famous mountain town, at the foot of Mont Blanc.

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Cortina

Cortina

Sheltered by the stunningly beautiful crags of the Dolomites, Cortina d’Ampezzo is hailed as the world’s loveliest winter playground.

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Geilo

Geilo

Beer may be £7 a pint, and none for sale on the hill, but there’s tons of snow in Norway. ...

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Grandvalira

Grandvalira

This tiny principality wedged between France and Spain was Europe’s cheap and cheerful capital (thanks to its duty free shopping).

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