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Meiringen/Hasliberg?
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Serre Chevalier
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Happy days spent here, some unexpectedly good powder days and some remarkable food.



Grand Massif ?
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@mooney058, @wam15, @Wildsmith, @albob, @dobby, @BoardieK, from this page, all no.
Remainder from previous page, all no.
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Montgenevre?
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Thanks to @snowball the res just got better...

Sorry @snowymum, nope
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Les Gets?
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Murren?
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La Plagne Inversions? Not convined as I can't thinkwhat the piste would be beyond the ridge if it was
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Megeve?
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 You know it makes sense.
You know it makes sense.
@albob, @jellylegs, @stevew, @snowymum, nopes.
There’s pistes running down both sides of the ridge and lifts on both sides too
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Silvretta Montafon?
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@denfinella, nope, not been there
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La rosiere?
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Grindelwald ??
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La Clusaz?
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We might need another clue!

1. Based on what I can see, it looks like a mid-height ski area (i.e. not a glacier) as you're above the tree line, but not far above.
2. Probably somewhere in the northern half of the Alps (if it is indeed the Alps!), as the main valley in the photo seems to be draining northwards (given the sun direction). But the Alpine ridge might be visible on the horizon.
3. Probably not the NW French Alps or Arlberg as you say "unexpectedly good powder days", and you would expect powder days in those regions.
4. Probably not the Tarentaise as the background is relatively undeveloped, and there aren't any deep valleys which are typical of the Tarentaise.
5. But then again, the trees look a little bit like the southern Alps Puzzled

So that narrows it down to less popular areas of N. France, N. Switzerland, Austria, or anywhere in the southern Alps Laughing

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@denfinella, @dobby, @albob, @snowymum, not right yet.
Agreed, another clue looks necessary. So here it is : drumroll...
no-ones got the country yet.
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denfinella wrote:
We might need another clue!
1. Based on what I can see, it looks like a mid-height ski area (i.e. not a glacier) as you're above the tree line, but not far above. CORRECT
2. Probably somewhere in the northern half of the Alps (if it is indeed the Alps!), as the main valley in the photo seems to be draining northwards (given the sun direction). But the Alpine ridge might be visible on the horizon. NOT CORRECT
3. Probably not the NW French Alps or Arlberg as you say "unexpectedly good powder days", and you would expect powder days in those regions. CORRECT
4. Probably not the Tarentaise as the background is relatively undeveloped, and there aren't any deep valleys which are typical of the Tarentaise. NOT RELEVANT, NOT FRANCE
5. But then again, the trees look a little bit like the southern Alps Puzzled NOT THE SOUTHERN ALPS OF NEW ZEALAND OR THE ALPS OF EUROPE

That narrows it down to less popular areas of N. France, N. Switzerland, Austria, or anywhere in the southern Alps Laughing NOT IF YOUR PREVIOUS GUESSES ARE WRONG, SO NOPE

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. NOT SCHLADMING (OR AUSTRIA)
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Not Austria France Switzerland or Italy. Slovakia? Jasna?
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Not Austria France Switzerland or Italy. Slovakia? Jasna?

Correct. None of them. Never heard of Jasna, is it worth a visit? Definitely not Jasna.
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Baqueira/Beret?
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Sierra Nevada?
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@RedandWhiteFlachau, @Valluga, lasered into the right country there and @RedandWhiteFlachau, hits the nail on the head. It’s Bonaigua in Baqueira/Beret - your go @RedandWhiteFlachau Very Happy
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Well, I'm impressed by Baqueira/Beret -- look FAB !!
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Did a Hut to Hut Tour from BB a few years back. Bit of a hidden gem.

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Grinning wrote:
JohnHSmith wrote:
Not Austria France Switzerland or Italy. Slovakia? Jasna?

Correct. None of them. Never heard of Jasna, is it worth a visit? Definitely not Jasna.

Should have been at either Jasna (Slovakia) or Kopaonik (Serbia) this year but of course it didn’t happen.
We try to manage two trips each season and go to a place we really like (San Vigilio) plus one that is generally off the radar or at least less well known to the British. Not necessarily small or unknown. Just less visited by the British. Serfaus and Abetone are also “on the list”. I don’t want to risk hijacking this thread but any other suggestions are welcome
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@RedandWhiteFlachau, Sticking with Spain -- Formigal?
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@albob, Nope.
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FontRomeu?


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@snowball, Had to look that one up. No.
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La Molina?
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Serre chevalier?
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@denfinella, @Jakey, Neither of those.
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It seems to be on the edge of a plain or very wide valley...
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Murren?
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Is the red and white bulge on the left a spherical piste marker or the back-end of a lift station?
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