Snowy savings

McNeill, Linsey
September 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);9/18/2009, p52
Trade Publication
The article features the several ski resorts in the world. The Valmorel is a traffic-free resort in France that provides ski school and ski-in ski-out accommodation for young families. The Pas de la Casa is the best place for ski beginners as it provides cheapest skiing activity and plenty of nightlife. The High Tatras mountains in Slovakia have varied terrain for boarders and skiers and offers other winter sports activities to the travelers.


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