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Valmorel

Listed under Skiing in Rhone-Alps, France.

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Location is quite a lot which it comes to skiing. Not only does it determine snow cover, but it’s certainly nice to ski amongst the peaks. And you can ski down them as well of course. In this case it’s the Cheval Noir Peak. The rest of the view is woods and villages and chalets and other character invoking pieces of background. The ski in and out chalets are another plus.

Beginners get the best go here, there’s a couple of special areas for them and one specially for kids. The snowpark is kid friendly as well. More advanced skiers get a go as well, the high altitude skiing is pretty magic, especially considering the views.

Written by  H.T. Hallum.

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