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 Poster: A snowHead
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Dear members. A long shot can anyone recommend a Ski in/out resort in France or Switzerland ( we drive over ) conveniently located with accommodation near a lake (other than Lake Tueda in Meribel -Mottaret ) for my partially sighted Father to walk round ? A walking route round a lake, with a clear start and finish, in a circular manner was pretty fail safe for him not to get lost and me not to worry. Thanks in advance. Lisa Very Happy
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I guess you mean a frozen lake because it will be hard to find ski in/out by an unfrozen lake.
We stayed in Arosa, lovely Swiss village, they do horse racing on the lake and you can walk round the track when not in use!
The only thing is it's hard to find accommodation, I think it's mostly locals and posh hotels.

My visually impaired daughter loved it there, she does ski and they have a lot of good walking on the mountain as well as some fab toboggan runs! Good luck.
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Would you consider Italy? If so, Alleghe might work. The walk around the lake is three miles.
If you stay at the Sport Hotel (see last seasons Pre BB thread) you step out of the ski store straight onto the lake side. The hotel shuttles skiers to the lifts or there's a bus service up to the Marmalada for access to the Sella Ronda. Not ski in/ski out though. snowHead
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Thanks all , sorry for late reply to your posts , was struggling to log on and expected my phone to alert me that I have replies .
Yes I did mean frozen lake .
Thanks to both of for replies , I'll take a look at your suggestions .
I think it will be hard to accommodate us skiers and non skier alike , keeping the safety of my Dad in mind .
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