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 Poster: A snowHead
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Hi. I'm off to Chamonix on 5th March. I will have 3 full days skiing and don't know the area at all. I can see there are various lift pass options and that the ski area is a bit spread out.

Any ideas for how to make the most of my 3 days? I am staying in the town centre, will be skiiing on my own - on piste - and like to cover a lot of ground - normally out first lift till last lift.

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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
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One day at Brevent/Flegere, one at Le Tour, and one at Grand Montets.
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@alanhay, not a big fan of Brevent but Le Tour and GM awesome, the buses always are a mystery to me but it’s because I’ve never taken time to study them, maybe suss the routes and timings before you go.
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@alanhay, presuming the weather doesn’t change much you won’t need Les Houches for below tree line skiing.

So buy a Le Pass.

And as suggested, a day in each area. Grands Montets currently has best snow, but BrevFleg and Balme aren’t bad at all.

I never use the buses either as we have a car and usually just walk 3 minutes up to Brevent...
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