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Where in Easter 2022?

 Poster: A snowHead
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So, i have a question...i am planning (or want to plan) a family trip for the Week 16 - 23 April 2022
Two adults und two children 4 and 6 year (i am a snowboard insctructor meaning i will black slopes, my wife blue slopes, and the Children didnt skied last year but they have some experience)
Definitely if i will somewhere in France i have to go to Valdisere or Tignes, Val Thorens (or maybe somewhere there) , Les Arcs / La Plagne or Alp de Huez...

There are also Austria or Switzerland als choices but the resorts there i know really good where to go and what to except and on the other side the best offers are from France (until now)

I was only once in France for skiing and that was a summer (i think 2012)

So i really have no idea where is better to go, and with google searching, i found a lot but i need an inside opinion

My questions :
- which has the best snow in Spring? i know it will be less or more shlushy...and no one know what will come....thats not a problem for us...but is somewhere from these resorts simply NO GO after March?
- which has the best facilities for children? best beginner Area etc? skischoll etc...

And one more difficult question: in which of these resorts have i an easy access from beginner area (or ski school) to difficult slopes?? i mean i dont want to have to spend 30 min with lifts, in order to go from ChildrenaArea to a black slope



PS my God...i cannot write in Englisch any more....forgott everything....
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
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@turms2, bit of a no brainer to go to Val Thorens.

Tignes would be OK too.

Personally I would say ADH is a no go because the beginner slopes are near the base which generally gets the sun.
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Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
hm...i thougt ADH is a gut choice because of this beginner area...

i think i will put Val Thorens as 1st choice ... althouth i think Tignes is a little bit cheaper...
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turms2 wrote:
hm...i thougt ADH is a gut choice because of this beginner area...

The beginner areas are good but the orientation and altitude not good for late season.
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That is the same week as the EOSB I think
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