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The French Alps are the world's largest skiing area, which has more than 2,500 lifts and 4,000 ski runs.

Paradise forfirst-class skiing for professional skiers and beginners. Many slopes are specially designed for different levels of skiing: from the "green" routes for beginners and ending with the steep "black" slopes, where skiers get aces truly pleasure.

Extensive interrelated areas of skiing, such as the "Three Valleys" and "space Killy" ski runs have a total length of 600 kilometers, which allows you to ride the whole week, never repeating down the same slope.

French ski resorts can be divided into 4 groups: the Alpine village - settlements with developed infrastructure (Chamonix, Megeve, Morzine), sport ski station (Val Thorens, Menuires, Tignes, Avoriaz, Les Arcs, La Tania), elite ski resorts (Courchevel and Val d'Isere) with SPAs that combine excellent ski slopes with a variety of accommodation options, nightlife and leisure "apres-ski". All these resorts are characterized by a common feature, namely: they kept and maintained a tradition of hospitality, excellent cuisine and entertainment.

On each of the French ski resorts are all conditions for snowboarders: snow parks, halfpipe and boardercross trails. In addition, each of the resorts have excellent opportunities for off-piste skiing on the "virgin", sleigh rides pulled by horses, ice skating. Indoor tennis courts, swimming pools, squash courts, water sports and saunas are not superfluous addition to winter sports. Many restaurants in the cities and villages, discos and other nightlife.

The mild climate, the magnificent mountain scenery, fresh mountain air, a stable snow in the French Alps combined with the highly developed tourist infrastructure of ski resorts will allow you to spend unforgettable holidays in France. French Alps Ski traditions trace their history from the first Olympic Winter Games (1924) held at the foot of Mont Blanc in the oldest ski resorts in France - Chamonix. Since then, the Government of France for many decades,

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