World's most engaged ski station

Articles Sep 06, 2019 00:45

The world's most visited ski stations possess traits that offer a high experience and satisfy the needs of skiers around the world.

The world has a lot of snow mountains and not anywhere has favorable features, as well as bring the best experience for people with love for this art sport. This article has aggregated and launched the list of the best snow stations, having the most participants in the world today.

Paradiski, France

Worlds most engaged ski station
Source: Crystal Ski

  Located in the heart of Savoy in the French Alps, Paradiski represents one of the largest ski areas in France. Spreading over 265 miles (425 km), it links together three resorts – Les Arcs, La Plagne and Peisey Vallandry – using the world's largest cable car, the Vanoise Express. This "snowmobile paradise" brings endless diversity, with a height from 1,200 m to 3,250 m, from Rabbit's ribs to beginners to black courses for professionals and stunning panoramic views on the parade of the High Peaks (Mont Blanc, Pierra Menta, etc.) With two glaciers to launch.  

In summer as well as winter, the villages of Bourg-Saint-Maurice, ARC 1600, Arc 1800, ARC 1950 and ARC 2000 with an altitude from 810 m to 3226 m await you. Here you will find fresh air, plenty of space, a blissful, easy lifestyle and the new freedom to be found.  

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4 Vallees, Switzerland

Worlds most engaged ski station
Source: Snowcomparison

  In 4 Vallées, Verbier, Bruson, La Tzoumaz, Nendaz, Veysonnaz and Thyon play their biggest role: a special territory, in winter as well as in summer. In a nature reserve of snow, they together provide a network of trails for any kind of snow sports. 410 km steep in winter, hundreds of kilometers of hiking and cycling trails in Sommer and a special set from the top of Mont-Fort, 3 ' 330m, await you.  

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Les 3 Vallees, France

Worlds most engaged ski station
Source: Wikipedia

  Les Trois Vallées is the largest ski resort in the world with 600 km stretching between the three main resorts of Courchevel, Meribel, and Val Thorens. A special location is a ski resort in the Tarentaise Valley, the Savoie département of France, in the southern part of the town of Moûtiers, partly in the Vanoise National Park. From the year 1973, it is possible to ski the valleys linked by a single ski track.

Milky Way, Italy-France

Worlds most engaged ski station
Source: Onthesnow

  The milky line, or Via Lattea, is located between France and Italy and consists of six separate ski resorts that offer something for everyone. It includes 400km of steep combinations, and Sestriere is the tallest resort at 2035m altitude. In fact, this is the first purpose-built resort of Europe and has the ability to make great snow, as well as high and the best base to explore the milky line.

Arlberg Ski Area, Austria

Worlds most engaged ski station
Source: Onthesnow

  Arlberg-The cradle of Alpine skiing! 97 Cable and elevator lines, as well as 350 km, run distributed across the entire Arlberg area providing all possibilities. Keen winter sports fans from beginners to professional, enjoy the diverse Arlberg.  

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Val d'Isere and Tignes, France

Worlds most engaged ski station
Source: Skizoom

  Tignes is a group of villages that form a high-altitude ski resort in the French Alps, near the Italian border. With the nearby Val d'Isère, this is part of the Espace Killy ski area, which is linked by an elevator network. The villages of Val Claret and Tignes Le Lac are vibrant centers, with restaurants and shops.   

Tignes is high-rise and extremely practical. You can ski from most gates, but its 2,100 m heart is a monument to the horrific architecture of the years 1960, a concrete forest that is completely inconsistent with the magnificent backdrop between two Twin peaks of Grande Motte and La Grande Casse.  

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