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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

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 […]

Les Portes du Soleil

AVORIAZ / MORZINE Les Portes du Soleil is a major ski sports destination in the Alps, encompassing thirteen resorts between Mont Blanc in France and Lake Geneva in Switzerland. Avoriaz is located in the municipality of Morzine, on an alpine plateau on the French side of Lake Geneva, that is, between the lake and Mont […]

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