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La Plagne

La Plagne is a high altitude resort with 2 peaks over 3000m, which should provide good snow conditions until late on in the season. It is also home to the famous Ice Climbing Tower where beginners can learn to climb and experienced climbers can test their skills.



La Rosiere

La Rosiere is right on the French border with Italy, and has links with the Italian Resort of La Thuile allowing you to ski freely between the 2 countries. Although there is a lack of black runs, experienced skiers can challenge their skills with heli skiing here. La Rosiere has the Family Plus award for its ability to cater for all ages.


La Tania

La Tania Ski Resort is situated near the town of Courchevel and is part of the 3 Valleys Ski area, giving it a vast range of pisted slopes. This is a family friendly resort, with no traffic allowed in the town centre. This also means you can ski down from your hotel to the lift at the bottom of the town in the morning. (Walking is never fun is ski boots!)


Le Grand Bornand

Le Grand Bornand is a lower altitude resort, which has good and bad points. Good - you can enjoy skiing through the forests and the incredible scenery. Bad - The snow can be a bit less predictable than the higher ski areas, especially at the end of the season. Le Grand Bornand is a good choice for families having been awarded the Family Plus status.


Les 2 Alpes

Les 2 Alpes Ski Resort is a high altitude ski area with most of its slopes above the tree line. This does mean that good snow conditions can still be found here well into April. The resort itself is quite large with plenty to do in the evenings. If Apr├Ęs Ski is important to you, Les 2 Alpes won't disappoint.


Les Arcs

Les Arcs provides skiers with the best of both worlds, open snowfields higher up the mountain, and lower down you find woodland to ski amongst. The resort also links up to La Plagne, providing more than enough variety to keep everyone happy. The resort is made up of 5 villages, Arc 1800 the biggest and most lively. You can also get the train all the way their. The train station in Bourg Saint Maurice means no transfers!


Les Contamines Montjoie

Les Contamines Montjoie is situated in the Mont Blanc region and has stunning views. A quieter resort but enough for the kids to do in the evening to stop them getting bored. The ski slopes provide something for every standard. A good all rounder for skiing!


Les Gets

Les Gets is part of 14 other resorts that make up the Portes du Soleil Ski area, offering access to a good range of skiing. It is also a good family destination, with lots of kids to do. As a result Les Gets has a Family Plus award.


Les Menuires

Le Menuires connects to France's 3 Valleys network of ski areas providing access to a wide range of ski slopes. A tailor-made infrastructure for families and activities for all ages mean that the resort has achieved the Family Plus award.


Les Orres

Les Orres is a small French resort with good skiing through pine forests for beginners and intermediates. This Ski Resort is ideal if you are looking for a relaxing family holiday amongst some of the Alps most beautiful scenery. Les Orres has been granted the prestigous Family Plus award for providing excellent facilities for families.


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