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    Kitzbühel, Austria

    Kitzbühel, Austria
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    Kitzbühel has been a mining city since 1450, but it was not until the 16th century that silver was found. The city’s current landscape is a consequence of that wealth. The first man to ski down from the Kitzbühel Horn was said to be Franz Reisch in 1893, and in 1894 the first ski race was held in Kitzbühel...[read more]

    Mayrhofen, Austria

    Mayrhofen, Austria
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    Mayrhofen is an all-encompassing resort with a picture perfect exterior and party-hard interior. This charming village has retained all of its Tyrolean architecture whilst its restaurants and bars are modern. Tourism is a key industry here and the locals are more than happy to provide a hospitable atmosphere for their visitors. Music is a large part of the area too, not just the nightclubs but also the folk and rock bands that pack out the pubs and bars in the centre...[read more]

    St Moritz, Switzerland

    St Moritz, Switzerland
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    Positioned at 1,856m in the Engadin Valley, St Moritz enjoys sunshine 300 days a year, as well as snow reliability. St Moritz has enjoyed a charmed existence ever since its genesis in 1864. The resort itself is the self-proclaimed ‘birthplace of the white winter holiday.’ It’s an impressive claim backed up by having the oldest Tourism Board in Switzerland as well as hosting the Olympic Winter Games in 1928 and 1948...[read more]

    Jackson Hole, North America

    Jackson Hole, North America
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    The ski area at Jacksons’s Hole is made up of two mountains, Après Vous and Rendezvous, the former is usually viewed as the more accessible of the two and so more encouraged for beginners and less confident skiers. Those looking for more of a challenge should head to Rendezvous Mountain...[read more]

    Sauze d’Oulx, Italy

    Sauze d’Oulx, Italy
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    Located at one end of the Via Lattea (Milky Way), Sauze d’Oulx has excellent access to the 212 pistes Via Lattea offers, meaning all ski ability are all catered for. Predominantly featuring intermediate runs, Sauze is an idyllic resort with many runs taking you through the trees back to the village...[read more]

    Courchevel, France

    Courchevel, France
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    The 3 Valleys ski area, in which Courchevel is located, is internationally considered the most interconnected and largest ski area in the world. With accessibility taking precedence, there are 3 parallel valleys connected via lifts or runs over the ridges or passes...[read more]

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