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With a name that rings with macabre pathos, La Grave is another French piste-noir. Set on a steep hillside facing the glacier-encrusted slopes of La Meije, the old village serves as a mountaineering center and base camp for expert skiers. Non-advanced skiers who find themselves in La Grave ...

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France 

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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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France 

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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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Italy 

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"Above all, do not fall. If you fall, you will die." With that bit of confidence-building advice, Jean-Marc Crampe, a ponytailed ski guide, leaped off a cornice and into a 60-degree couloir. The night before, in the hotel bar, after one too many rounds of grappa, I had persuaded him that I was ...

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Italy 

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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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France 

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"That's right, baby! You know what I like! Kill me now!" the lead singer of Riksgransen Hotel's employee band screams into the mike. A sweaty knot of drunken snowboarders slam-dance at his feet, tackling one another to the beer-soaked floor. Everyone is fired up from competing in today's ...

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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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Austria 

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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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Switzerland 

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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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