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New Generation Ski Instructor Interview

Reece Chaplin interviews Grant McNaughton, ski instructor at New Generation, about what first time skiers can expect when hitting the slopes....
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First time ski trip – a vlog by Reece Chaplin

ChaletFinder and Rude Chalets hosted Reece Chaplin, a freelance journalist, for his first ever ski trip, in December 2015....
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Meribel: the Heart of the Three Valleys

One of the world’s most popular resorts and a favourite of the Brits, Meribel has a lot of appeal for both adventurous skiers and families with...
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Lauchernalp, a peaceful paradise: a ‘snow-locked’ ski in/ski out resort for powder junkies and families alike

Lauchernalp, a peaceful paradise and off-piste delight, lies in the Swiss region of Wallis: a ‘snow-locked’ ski in/ski out resort for powder junkies...
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Ski Amadé: The Second Largest Ski Area in Europe

Ski Amadé: one of the most under-appreciated but one of the largest ski areas in Europe. 5 principle regions, 23 ski areas, 278 modern ski lifts,...
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Les Angles: A Magic You Can’t Find in The Alps

Discover the magical charm of Les Angles in the French Pyrenees, a holiday experience unlike its Alpine relations and easily accessible from a number...
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Le Grand Massif: It’s Too Big To Miss

There are a number of necessary details to consider to make a great ski holiday: ski area and lift system, easy access to resort, accommodation on...
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‘Kids Rule’: Kids Go Free at La Clusaz

‘Kids Rule’ in La Clusaz gives under 12s free accommodation, free meals and drinks and unlimited access to activities! La Clusaz is a commune and...
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La Clusaz Part 2: the Slopes Are Just the Start!

Not only is the skiing in La Clusaz great for beginner skiers right through to Olympic champions, the village itself has a life of its own with...
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La Clusaz Part 1: Tough Terrain and An Olympic Tradition

La Clusaz is mostly known for what it can offer beginner skiers and snowboarders, with a piste map made up largely of green and blue runs. However,...
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