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#1/15
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5
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Discover my favourite ski runs, hotels, restaurants and the rich Royal and celebrity heritage of Klosters in Switzerland... read more »
#2/15
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5
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It's home to the exclusive Cresta Run and Cartier polo matches, but there is more to St Moritz in Switzerland than posh sports, glamour and shopping. Intermediate skiers and foodies will love it... read more »
#3/15
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5
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Les Gets is no longer such a hidden gem of a ski resort. Families in particular are returning to the pretty little hamlet year after year, for a weekend's skiing just an hour's drive from Geneva... read more »
#4/15
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5
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Cortina, in the Italian Dolomites, is a glamorous bolt-hole for the rich, liberally sprinkled with designer shops and gourmet restaurants – as well as snow. If you ski, it's even better…... read more »
#5/15
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5
(3 comments)
A millionaire’s playground and a working western town: Jackson Hole, Wyoming, has something for all - and the skiing is always first class... read more »
#6/15
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4.5
(2 comments)
Destination: Lech, Zurs, Tirol
Lech-Zürs in Austria is Europe's most beautiful village (or, strictly, two villages), attracting the world's beautiful people with its five-star hotels, perfectly-groomed slopes and epic snowfall... read more »
#7/15
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4
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The X in Chamonix may be silent – but for thrill-seekers in the Alps, it chimes in neatly with the resort's reputation for eXtreme ski and snowboarding. If off-piste adventure is your thing, read on…... read more »
#8/15
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4
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The French resort of Megève should never be overlooked as a great short-break ski destination. If you seek chic and charm, look no further - this is the prettiest resort in the whole of the Alps... read more »
#9/15
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4
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Avoriaz is a car-free, purpose-built resort and a gateway to the vast Portes du Soleil ski area. The big draw, though, is the snowboarding – especially at The Stash, a forest snowpark for "shredders"... read more »
#10/15
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4
(3 comments)
Having lost its bad-boy image, this affordable, exciting resort is just what the recession doctor prescribed. Count the pennies and the skiing bonanza will look after itself... read more »
#11/15
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4
(3 comments)
Situated in pretty Piedmont, in the Italian Alps, Sauze d'Oulx (or ‘Susie Doo’ to its friends) is a big hit with British skiers. From here they can access 400km of linked piste known as the Via Lattea... read more »
#12/15
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4
(3 comments)
Val d'Isére, with its vast interlinked ski area known as the Espace Killy, is the place to go for reliable snow, challenging pistes, powder and partying. It's the French resort par excellence…... read more »
#13/15
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3.5
(4 comments)
Destination: Verbier
Once known for its Hooray Henrys and chalet-girl shenanigans, Verbier in Switzerland has toughened up. Now, it's a mecca for extreme ski and snowboard fanatics – with an après-ski to match... read more »
#14/15
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3
(2 comments)
A week of snow, sun and sausage in Scheffau, Austria. Part of the large skiwlet area, there is something for everyone, except perhaps vegetarians...... read more »
#15/15
Rating:
3
(3 comments)
If après-ski is as important to you as it is to me, in order to enjoy a ski or snowboard holiday, then check this guide. This is my fun-filled list of the top 10 Alpine party destinations in Europe... read more »
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