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le daille nursery slopes

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could anyone tell me if there are some nursery slopes to the to the right of the downhill track as you look up from the bottom, am contemplating staying le taille for a week but really need there to be easy to get to nursery slopes......

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The nursery slope in La Daille are to the left of the Funival looking uphill served by the free Lanches draglift (there maybe 2). They are very easy.
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cheers, @chocksaway, yep i know those, i need way shallower than that for my 4 year old trying learn to snow plough, was toying with the idea of staying in val this time instead of tignes....
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I could be wrong, but I think the area you're referring to might be esf only Sad their 'snow garden'
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Val D'Isere now has a lovely nursery slope area at the top of the Solaise bubble. Open, gentle slopes out in the sunshine and served by magic carpet lifts - perfect for complete beginners, small children etc. Obviously one would download in the Bubble again after skiing. The whole area is now very nice with bean bags to sit out in the sun, access to a lounge area for hot chocolate etc. etc. In addition there is the tiny area in La Daille that you refer to but it is fenced off for the ESF only as Canuck states.
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Ah.. Vasta, that's such a nice area! Slightly steeper than the esf area, but probably fine for a 4 year old. They need a bit of a slope to learn to plow and stop anyways. The replaced the old chair that brought skiers back up to solaise from glacier with a double magic-carpet which plays music. My daughter thought it was hilarious and would dance to music on the way up. Plus the other carpet off to the side. What a good suggestion.
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