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    Chamonix

    When we hear Chamonix, we immediately think Mont Blanc, the tallest mountain in Europe sitting at an impressive 4810 meters. Chamonix is a destination popular all over the world. In the streets of this high-mountain town (yes town, not resort) you’ll meet people from every corner of the globe.

    • Village Altitude:
    • 1035m
    • Ski Area:
    • 115km (local) / 410km (full area)
    • Elevation:
    • 1035m / 3842m (bottom run)
    • Runs:
    • 29 Blue Runs / 67 Runs (full area)
      25 Red Runs / 41 Runs (full area)
      12 Black Runs / 26 Runs (full area)

    Deux Alpes

    This Lively ski resort is among the biggest and most famous in the world. Les 2 Alpes was built in 1946 on the former high pastures of Venosc and Mont de Lans, two parish villages in the Isère where the northern and southern Alps meet. Les 2 Alpes is effectively a long strip with ski runs running the length of resort on both sides. The majority of runs and the largest skiing area all starts on the eastern face of the resort, making this a ski-in/ski-out destination in the truest sense. The ski area is an absolute paradise for lovers of snow sports and is home to the famous FREESTYLE LAND snow park. 2 Alpes can even boast snow-sure conditions throughout the season thanks to the glacier that rises to 3,600 meters.

    • Village Altitude:
    • 1650m
    • Ski Area:
    • 225km (local) / 470km (full area)
    • Elevation:
    • 1650m / 3600m (bottom run)
    • Runs:
    • 47 Blue Runs / 85 Runs (full area)
      19 Red Runs / 87 Runs (full area)
      13 Black Runs / 30 Runs (full area)

    Tignes

    This resort is definitely up there as one of the best and is probably our favourite ski resort also. Tignes is almost entirely surrounded by piste, boasts it’s very own glacier and when combined with Val d’Isere under the Espace Killy pass, offers access to one of the best ski domains around. Brilliant skiing is not all Tignes has to offer though. With its extensive range of restaurants, bars and clubs, massive offering of accommodation (spread across 3 areas) and even a very large frozen lake at the heart of the resort (which you can walk across), it is safe to say that Tignes really does cater for all.

    • Village Altitude:
    • 2100m
    • Ski Area:
    • 154km (local) / 300km (full area)
    • Elevation:
    • 1550m / 3456m (bottom run)
    • Runs:
    • 29 Blue Runs / 67 Runs (full area)
      25 Red Runs / 41 Runs (full area)
      12 Black Runs / 26 Runs (full area)

    Alpe D'Huez

    The most sunny ski resort in the Alpes and known as ‘the island in the sunshine’. Not your usual resort selling point we know, but a great fact and reason to visit Alpe d’Huez nonetheless. As a result of its South facing plateau, Alpe d’Huez boasts the largest amount of sunshine of any ski resort. That’s an average of 7.5 hours in December, 11 hours in April and a total average of 300 sunny days a year. There is nothing better than bright sunshine and blue skies when you’re skiing and when combined with 250km of hugely varied piste, the Sarene Glacier, the longest black run in Europe, 2 snow parks, access to 2 Alpes with your ski pass and even a brand new Folie Douce, we can’t think of a single reason why you wouldn’t want to visit Alpe d’Huez.

    • Village Altitude:
    • 1860m
    • Ski Area:
    • 250km (local) / 470km (full area)
    • Elevation:
    • 1350m / 3330m (bottom run)
    • Runs:
    • 38 Blue Runs / 85 Runs (full area)
      68 Red Runs / 87 Runs (full area)
      17 Black Runs / 30 Runs (full area)

    Val Thorens

    Val Thorens is the highest resort in Europe, meaning it can boast some of the best and most snow-sure conditions in the Alps. It also has one of the longest lasting seasons too. Val Thorens forms part of the 3 Valleys ski domain, which grants access to a massive 600km of piste, 6 snow parks and a seemingly endless expanse of off-piste. The resort is almost entirely ski-in/ski-out and suits beginner and advanced skiers alike. Val Thorens also offers brilliant après, along with a huge choice of restaurants and other activities.

    • Village Altitude:
    • 2300m
    • Ski Area:
    • 160km (local) / 600km (full area)
    • Elevation:
    • 1450m / 3230m (bottom run)
    • Runs:
    • 25 Blue Runs / 135 Runs (full area)
      27 Red Runs / 119 Runs (full area)
      8 Black Runs / 33 Runs (full area)

    Les Arcs

    Les Arcs is situated in the Savoie Alps and is made up of four purpose built resorts, Arc 1600, Arc 1800, Arc 1950 and Arc 2000. This resort offers one of the largest areas in the world, known as the Paradiski area as well as glacier skiing also. The Vanoise Express cable car links Les Arcs with La Plagne (a short 4 minute connection) to offer a combined 425kms of pistes. This resort really has something for everyone, from tree lined slopes to altitude glacier skiing, a large terrain park, plenty of off piste skiing and even cross-country routes. The resort is also easily accessible by funicular for those wanting to stay down in Bourg Saint Maurice (final stop of the snow train from London) and travel up to the slopes each day.

    • Village Altitude:
    • 1600m
    • Ski Area:
    • 210km (local) / 425km (full area)
    • Elevation:
    • 1600m / 3226m (bottom run)
    • Runs:
    • 29 Blue Runs / 67 Runs (full area)
      25 Red Runs / 41 Runs (full area)
      12 Black Runs / 26 Runs (full area)

    La Plagne

    La Plagne is made up of 10 areas and stations that together offer a resort that suits every kinds of skier. From quiet and rustic, to more lively and après focused areas, there is a station in La Plagne for everyone. Most of the main stations in La Plagne sit between 1800m (Plagne 1800) up to 2100m (Plagne Aime) and so this resort can boast both snow-sure conditions as well as an expansive ski area, that if paired with Les Arcs under the Paradiski pass offers a combined 425km of piste.

    • Village Altitude:
    • 1970m
    • Ski Area:
    • 215km (local) / 425km (full area)
    • Elevation:
    • 1250m / 3250m (bottom run)
    • Runs:
    • 72 Blue Runs / 67 Runs (full area)
      30 Red Runs / 41 Runs (full area)
      15 Black Runs / 26 Runs (full area)

    Meribel

    Meribel Centre is located at 1450m and also has a station at 1400m (Meribel Village) and 1750m (Meribel Mottaret). The most popular station is Meribel Centre and this area of the resort offers the most in terms of accommodation, restaurants and bars / clubs. This resort offers brilliant tree-lined skiing, as well as reaches max elevations of just under 3000m. As part of the 3 Valleys ski domain, you can also enjoy access to a massive 600km of piste (largest area in Europe), 6 snow parks and a seemingly endless expanse of off-piste.

    • Village Altitude:
    • 1450m
    • Ski Area:
    • 150km (local) / 600km (full area)
    • Elevation:
    • 1100m / 2952m (bottom run)
    • Runs:
    • 25 Blue Runs / 135 Runs (full area)
      24 Red Runs / 119 Runs (full area)
      7 Black Runs / 33 Runs (full area)

    Val D'Isere

    When we hear Val d’Isere, we immediately think prestige. Val d’Isere is most certainly one of the most prestigious resorts in the Alps and really does set the bar in almost every area. Unlike a number of the other large ski resorts, Val d’Isere manages to retain it’s rustic charm and village feel throughout. However don’t let this fool you, in terms of activities, skiing, restaurants and aprés, there are few resorts that do a better job than Val d’Isere. Although sometimes more expensive than most other ski resorts, you certainly get what you pay for here. The resort is also linked with Tignes ski resort under the Espace Killy ski pass, offering one of the best ski domains in the Alps and just under 300km of perfect piste, complete with glacier skiing also.

    • Village Altitude:
    • 1850m
    • Ski Area:
    • 146km (local) / 300km (full area)
    • Elevation:
    • 1785m / 3456m (bottom run)
    • Runs:
    • 32 Blue Runs / 67 Runs (full area)
      21 Red Runs / 41 Runs (full area)
      13 Black Runs / 26 Runs (full area)

    La Clusaz

    This resort offers a refreshing alternative to the typical ‘purpose built’ ski resort. La Clusaz is a resort to fall in love with and to keep returning to. It is rustic, charming, alpine, authentic and so on. Every cliché for a perfect alpine resort that you can think of, La Clusaz offers. Although not the highest or largest ski area, there is more than enough skiing to enjoy for a week. You will get a lot for your money when it comes to accommodation here and above all else, this is a destination to enjoy far beyond skiing only.

    • Village Altitude:
    • 1100m
    • Ski Area:
    • 222km (local) / 222km (full area)
    • Elevation:
    • 1100m / 2600m (bottom run)
    • Runs:
    • 60 Blue Runs / 60 Runs (full area)
      47 Red Runs / 47 Runs (full area)
      11 Black Runs / 11 Runs (full area)

    Courchevel

    Courchevel is a name famous around the world and is synonymous with prestige, glamour and excellent skiing. Prices here can be some of the highest in Europe, but then there aren’t many resorts like Courchevel in Europe. A stay here however doesn’t necessarily need to break the bank, especially if considering the two slightly lower stations of Courchevel 1650 or La Tania. Courchevel as an overall resort can cater for all levels of skier and offers a range of great restaurants, bars and clubs. As part of the 3 Valleys ski domain, you can also enjoy access to a massive 600km of piste (largest area in Europe), 6 snow parks and a seemingly endless expanse of off-piste.

    • Village Altitude:
    • 1850m
    • Ski Area:
    • 105km (local) / 600km (full area)
    • Elevation:
    • 1350m / 2738m (bottom run)
    • Runs:
    • 40 Blue Runs / 135 Runs (full area)
      36 Red Runs / 119 Runs (full area)
      10 Black Runs / 33 Runs (full area)

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