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A pretty resort with chalet-style architecture made up of several small hamlets and the central village of Valmorel - a paradise for beginners and intermediates.
The pistes are mainly aimed at the beginner and intermediate and skiers at this level will love Valmorel. Pistes are spread out across the area and the resort offers 153kms in total - which rivals some of the bigger, better known resorts.
Valmorel is the main resort of "Le Grand Domaine" and falls in the valley which links together the Tarentaise and the Maurienne regions. It is a pretty, traditional style resort and although purpose built has maintained the chalet-style architecture to keep the traditional feel.
Valmorel has fairly extensive slopes to suit all but the most adventurous of experts but is ideal as a family resort with groups of mixed abilities.
Lots of summer mountain activities available and with a car Valmorel is a good bast to explore further afield.
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Summer activities include:
|traditional still unspoilt Savoyard village, not yet well known amongst foreign tourists. Features a handful of traditional style bars and restaurants.
|mainly cosy bars
|walking trails, dog sledding.