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 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
under a new name wrote:
I said “most” not “all”.

So Madesimo, is 1 out of the 10...

Nothing like getting your reading public to do your job, eh?

And with my 45 minute commute to Chamonix (admittedly an hour if from airport), 2 1/2 hours is a bit long, tbh.

To be honest I suspect Termignon is under 2 hours from Turin and maybe about 2 from Lyon and a very straightforward drive La Norma would be about the same though a slightly windier road at the end.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
If you stay in Val Cenis the E-Ski-Mo pass covers most of the different villages at that end of the Maurienne valley. The bus connection goes out from there to a different village each day and you just jump on first thing in the morning to whichever destination is listed that day, I think.

When we've been there, Bonneville Sur Arc has had so much snow and very few people to use it, a great days skiing. You can walk through the old village with snow depths that put you at first floor level of the buildings.

Termingnon to Val Cenis, can also download on the chairlift going that direction. Contrary to Whitegold opinion, I've been there with it knee deep in powder and almost nobody on the mountain in March. Very good mountain restaurants too. Plus very different feel from some of the big areas with good costs.

There's alot to be had in some of these places.
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