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Vogel Slovenia

Vogel Slovenia: Ski resort with the best view   Vogel is one of the best Slovenian ski resorts with the most beautiful view. It is located between Lake Bohinj and the Julian Alps and offers a view of the beautiful lake and the powerful image of Triglav mountain. The ski resort covers 78 hectares of […]

Isola 2000 and Auron ski resorts

Isola 2000 and Auron ski resorts for connosieurs   The Stations du Mercantour is located in the south of France only eighty kilometers from the Cote d’Azur. This area covers as many as three ski resorts. Isola 2000 and Auron stand out as two of the most beautiful ski resorts in this part of the […]


Saas-Fee The homeland of the legendary ski champion Pirmin Zurbriggen rightly bears the name of the pearl of the Alps. The high alpine villages of Saas-Fee, Saas Grund, Saas Almagell, and Saas Balen are located at the very end of the Saas Valley in the Swiss province of Vallis. The town of Saas-Fee At the […]

Beaver Creek

  Beaver Creek is a modern American ski resort organized according to Alpine standards.   The Beaver Creek ski resort is located in the state of Colorado, just a twenty-minute drive from Vail. Hidden in the mountains and sheltered from all unwanted attention, Beaver Creek opened its doors only in the 1980s. Since then, it […]

Saalbach Hinterglemm

Winter in the heart of the coolest ski resort in the Alps   The towns of Saalbach and Hinterglemm were merged into a common municipality and became globally famous in 1991 after the World Championships in Alpine Disciplines. It was then that many heard for the first time in their lives of these ski resorts […]


Megève – a famous fashionable ski resort in France Megève is a ski resort located in the southeast of France, in the Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes region. This rustic and chic place is perfect for a winter vacation. It is characterized by an idyllic image of horse-drawn carriages pulling sleighs with bells and medieval churches along the Place […]


Lienz (673 meters) is the centre of East Tyrol   The city of Lienz does not live only from tourism. It hosts only 3.500 tourists per 13.000 inhabitants during the winter season. It is an authentic small town of preserved architecture (a church from the 13th century and a Franciscan monastery from the 15th century), […]

Mölltaler Glacier

Mölltaler is the southernmost glacier in the Austrian Alps The Mölltal Glacier is the only glacier on the southern side of the Alps and the only one located in Carinthia. It was renovated in 1983 and is the youngest glacial ski resort. Two lifts and a gondola cable car were set up during that renovation. […]


Verbier is a ski resort for gourmets. The awe-inspiring 3.300-meter-high snow pyramid of Mont Fort will ensure that Verbier does not leave most skiers indifferent. Only the best or most daring skiers will decide to descend from the peak on steep trails full of moguls, while most skiers will rather stay on the terrace of […]

Jungfrau Region

Jungfrau Region The Jungfrau region encompasses several mountains – Eiger, Mönch, and Jungfrau – that dominate the entire area. Beneath the four-thousand-meter-high peaks lie three ski regions connected amongst themselves through the valleys by trains and cable cars. In the ski world, however, the most famous ski resort has always been Lauberhorn, located between Wengen […]

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