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  • Crans and Montana were originally two villages, sitting high above the Rhone valley. The resort is more than 100 years old, and offers exceptional panoramic views of t...
  • Proclaimed as Europe's highest town at 1,560 metres, Davos is also the birthplace of Alpine downhill skiing, with plenty of very snow-sure slopes to enjoy and mountain...
  • Samoens is a truly traditional mountain town and is the only french ski resort that is designated as a Monument Historique! Once this was a thriving medieval centre fo...
  • Flims has an extensive and varied number of slopes linking with the neighbouring resort of Laax. In fact this area is Switzerland's second largest ski area (Verbier be...
  • This is a charming resort situated under the majestic peaks of the Jungfrau, Eiger and Monch mountains which are famous for their dramatic scenery. Grindelwald is stee...
  • Gstaad attracts visitors all year round with its superb Alpine setting and a wealth of leisure activities. It's a car-free resort and its main street is lined with sm...
  • Ischgl is a compact village with predominantly traditional style buildings, excellent intermediate slopes and one of the best lift systems in the Alps, many of the cha...
  • Kirchberg, links into Kitzbuhel's extensive ski domain, but is far from the quiet, more rustic neighbour you might expect. In fact, Kirchberg is a lively, young and co...
  • Kitzbuhel is a charming, traditional town with medieval centre that really has something of everything; stunning scenery, atmosphere and some very good skiing on large...
  • Klosters is a comfortable, quiet, picturesque village with a very upmarket image. Klosters hotels tend to be beautiful, traditional and upmarket - the pace of life her...
  • The modern development at the bottom of the Crap Sogn Gion cable car now seems to be called Laax, whereas the old village which is a short drive away is known as Laax ...
  • La Clusaz has managed to maintain its traditional mountain village charm and very French atmosphere despite developing into a fairly major resort. The pistes, although...
  • Set in a vast national park, the scenery is to die for and is one of the main attractions of ski holidays in Lake Louise. There is the Lake, the village itself and the...
  • This is the original La Plagne resort and still suffers from the brutal use of concrete and block architecture common to the purpose built French ski resorts of the 60...
  • La Thuile is a little known resort with extensive slopes and a link with La Rosiere in France. The resort itself is split into two; the modern Planibel complex at the ...
  • Lech is a fair sized, prestigious and picturesque Alpine village with a largely intermediate piste network. For experts the off-piste is the main attraction and for be...
  • In December 2013 the new Hornli-Urdenfurggli gongola/cable car opened which links the two ski resorts of Lenzerheide (155km) and Arosa (70km). This gives skiers a comb...
  • Leogang is a traditional resort lying in the valley floor and linking via its north facing slopes into the large Saalbach/Hinterglemm ski area which offers 270km of pi...
  • Arc 2000 consists of little more than large self catering accommodation blocks with swooping roof lines and surrounding snow and rock. Over recent years though catered...
  • Linked into the impressive Les Arcs ski area, Vallandry and adjoining Plan Peisey (which is confusingly sometimes called Peisey Vallandry) are situated very close to t...
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