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Recognized as one of the steepest and most challenging resorts in Switzerland, packed with tight couloirs and gnarly pitches, advanced and expert skiers will love the relatively small resort of Andermatt. Because of its location near the northern edge of the Alps, Andermatt also catches a good ...

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Whether you go by train or car, the long, twisting ascent up the Schanfigger Valley to Arosa is hard to forget; the route, jammed full of picture-perfect, heart-pumping scenes, crosses bridges over bottomless chasms and skirts rocky slopes that drop away thousands of feet to the valley floor. ...

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France's fabled Three Valleys comprise some of the world's best-known ski resorts. The high-elevation ski stations of Courchevel, Miribel, Les Menuires, and Val Thorens are the most famous in the area, but there are also small, intimate satellite villages tucked into the valleys ...

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There are resorts in the Alps with better snow and more imposing mountains, but this large town is unsurpassed when it comes to a combination of Tyrolean charm, liveliness, and easy access from a major gateway city. The resort is less than two hours by car from Munich, which means you'll ...

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The key feature to Les Trois Vallées, the largest ski area in the world, is diversity. Composed of eight distinct deluxe resorts—Courchevel, la Tania, Meribel, Bridge-les-Bains, Les Menuires, St.-Martin-de-Belleveille, Orelle, and Val Thorens—with 180 interconnected lifts and ...

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Saas Fee boasts plenty of superlatives, and a lot of them have to do with up. It's one of Switzerland's highest resorts, with the highest funicular and glaciers big and high enough to hold snow all year long. Icy peaks soar to well over 12,000 feet, offering runs longer than any in all ...

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In the Arlberg region of the Tirol lies St. Anton, one of the oldest and busiest of Austria's resorts. You can ski dozens of runs from St. Anton proper, plus hundreds of other runs in the nearby resorts of St. Christoph, Stuben, Zurs, and Lech. St. Anton offers Austria's largest ski school and ...

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Host of the 1994 Winter Olympics, Val d'Isère is one of Europe's premier resorts (unless, of course, you prefer skiing with A- and B-list British royalty in Klosters). Twinned with Tignes, Val d'Isère serves skiers and boarders well, has some blood-curdling beyond-black runs, and ...

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With its multitude of options—groomed trails, World Cup downhills, off-track runs, and glaciers—Zell Am See offers the complete Alps ski experience. Most of the best runs are accessed via the Schmittenhohe lifts. There is an outstanding network of intermediate trails, but experts can ...

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