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You could just go to Chamonix for the views; tucked in a steep-walled valley, the resort is flanked by Europe's highest mountains, among them the monumental slab of rock that is Mont Blanc. However, Chamonix is also the Never Never Land of "if you fall, you die" skiing. Needless to say, if you ...

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On the Italian side of Mont Blanc is Italy's premier resort. With lifts running as high as 11,000 feet, one can always find skiable snow, and there is a wide choice of runs, although most are best suited for strong intermediates. Courmayeur is split into two major sections, the biggest stretching ...
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While Cervinia and Courmayeur are big, and getting bigger every season, Madonna Di Campiglio, situated on the shores of a scenic lake, has managed to retain the charm of a small alpine ski village. Four local ski resorts encircle the town, and it's quite possible to circumnavigate the entire area ...
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It's 9:30 a.m. when the lift operator starts the cable car, and then we're hanging in the sky, moving up so fast that our ears pop before we have a chance to swallow. We rise above windblown snowfields, past rock outcrops, and finally into the clouds before the surreal telescope domes of Pic du ...

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Complete with glitz, glamour, and a rich history, St. Moritz is perhaps the most famous Swiss ski resort and certainly the most luxurious. You won't find a quaint Swiss mountain village here; the town of St. Moritz is a lit-up cosmopolitan, just as eye-popping as the sharp peaks and frozen lakes ...

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Verbier is blessed with terrain that is mouth-wateringly steep for the skier with the money and the inclination to schuss off the trail map with a guide or as part of a group. As with most Continental skiing, Verbier's lower stretches are plagued with certain drawbacks; namely, crowded slopes, ...

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Situated beneath the Matterhorn, Zermatt is a classic, picturesque alpine village. As no cars are allowed, you arrive in town by narrow gauge railway or horse-drawn sleigh. Zermatt has few equals as a ski destination that will please any level of skier. Beginners can practice on the gentle slopes ...
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