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Rusutsu

Rusutsu

There are hundreds of ski resorts here, and Hokkaido, Japan's north island, has some of the world's best powder snow.

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Nieseko

Nieseko

There are hundreds of ski resorts here, and Hokkaido, Japan’s north island, has some of the world’s best powder snow.

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Livigno

Livigno

If you want to ski away from it all, you can’t do better than Livigno. High and remote at 1,816m, it sits near the Swiss border, a long way from anywhere.

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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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Val Cenis

Val Cenis

Val Cenis is a little-known gem in France’s Haute Maurienne, close to the Italian border.

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Sainte Foy

Sainte Foy

Ste Foy is a rarity in France - idyllically small with traditional architecture and hardly any crowds.

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Montgenevre

Montgenevre

Montgenèvre is part of the massive 650km Italian border - straddling Via Lattea (Milky Way) ski area. But Montgenèvre, already praised by the Good Ski Guide as the perfect Ski Easy resort, is well worth a visit in its own right.

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Megeve

Megeve

With its expensive chalet-style architecture, boutique shopping and picturesque snow-covered streets, Megeve is resplendent in an alpine charm that many a purpose built resort will aspire [and fail] to emulate.

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Les Contamines

Les Contamines

If the fur-coat-and-Ferrari glitz of Megève is not your scene then drive a few more miles to find rural French perfection in tiny Les Contamines.

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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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