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Where to ski, how to ski and other expert ski holiday advice from the editorial team at Welove2ski.
Where to ski, how to ski and other expert ski holiday advice from the editorial team at Welove2ski.

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Mozzarella, Parma Ham and Satsuma Salad? Oven Baked Fillet of Salmon with Puy Lentils?

Ed Mannix shares a few of his Matterhorn Chalets recipes to try at home...
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Anyone who values comfort as highly as skiing – but doesn’t want to pay the earth for it – should consider it too, says local expert Martin Bürger.

Gentle pistes, good ski schools and reasonable prices make it a canny choice for a mid-winter family trip...
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There’s no set formula for what makes an outstanding mountain hotel, says Snow-Wise' Fraser Wilkin, as puts together his picks of the 21 best ski hotels in the Alps.

Have you stayed at any of these, or walked past in ski boots and wished you were?
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So you’re planning to take the kids skiing, and your eye has fallen on the biggest interlinked ski areas in France...

They all have their virtues: but which is right for your next family ski holiday? Ski Famille's Chris Thompson weighs in.
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Think of Serre Chevalier as the laid-back, country cousin of the A-list resorts further north, says local expert Pierre Vaultier.

It's a bit smaller, and a bit less high-tech, but also friendlier, more relaxed and with bags more Gallic character...
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Driving to the Alps gives you the flexibility to travel with as many pairs of skis/boards and as much luggage as you want, says Jane Bolton of Erna Low.

But what can you do to help make the journey easier?
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By some measures, America’s new behemoth is even bigger than Whistler. But what really counts is the buzzing nightlife, the short transfers from Salt Lake City airport, and its mouthwatering variety of skiing terrain, says local expert Robin Marrouche.

Yes, proper, big-mountain experts will find its off-piste runs rather short. But almost everyone else will have a ball here...
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“In the winter, many of our customers are skiers and boarders, and we love hearing stories from the slopes on their return,” says Cophall Parking's Linda Marsh.

“Although quite a few of them involve the embarrassing behaviour of their fellow skiers.”

Don't let it be you!
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Imagine watching your battered and over-stuffed suitcase burst open on the luggage carousel before your next ski holiday, spilling your underwear, socks and a questionable choice of pyjamas across the rubber for all to see.

This needn’t be you! Consensio’s Ceri Tinley is here to help with your next luggage update.
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You don't build a reputation for world-class skiing like France's Three Valleys has without some cracking runs in the ski area, both on-piste and off.

But which descents do the local pros love the most? Vincent Lalanne finds out...
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