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Recommendations please - Resorts similar to Lrs Arcs 1950

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Hi,
Looking to go away for family holiday over Xmas week. 2 adults, 3 children (15,13 & 10) - all v good skiers bar myself who is a nervous intermediate that prefers blue runs
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In what way similar?

What do you like about 1950 specifically?

In terms of large French ski areas I think Paradiski is the best. That said if 3V and Espace Killy are fantastic too. Also ADH. But I am not sure if you want a similar ski area or a similar ski station/village or both....?
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Similar as in ski in/out central village area with variety of runs for all abilities. Doesn’t have to be France.
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@clarkey321, I would put Val Thorens on your list of possibilities. Bigger and less attractive than 1950, though.
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Add Tignes Val Claret and Val Thorens.We are a family with three teenagers who are great skiers and we like travelling a lot of piste. We spend new year in Val Thorens and then springtime in Les Arcs or Tignes. Val Thorens because its the surest for snow at New Year (not always a given at lower resorts) Love Arc 1950 and there is little to choose in respect of quality and variety of pistes between the three resorts.As each resort is so big there are plenty of manageable blue and green runs for you.
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