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Easter destinations and possible satellite villages!

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Ok so narrowed it down to Tignes and val thorens!
I know Tignes well but going with family and leaning towards val thorens, simply because i havnt been and wouldn’t mind trying it.
Was looking at possibly staying in the linked areas of les muniers or anywhere else? Does anyone know, for that time of year would it still be ok staying lower down or would it be essential to stay high ?

Please let me know your thoughts or suggestions for any other resorts or other places to consider that might be linked .
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Les Menuires itself is pretty high (1850m or 6000ft), so should be Ok at that time of year..
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The EosB falls just after Easter next year. Every time I've been to that, LesMenuires has been slushy at best and most often has some runs closed.
Staying there would slso mean you need a whole valley or 3v area pass to ski VT and in/out of LM rather than just a VT(and Orelle) pass.
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@Rom77, been twice to Les Menuires late season in recent years.

Great option in my opinion.

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You can easily scoot up Masse, over to Val T or to Mont Vallon and rest of the 3V's easily and you will always be able to ski back - all be it a bit slushy and the fact that Les Menuires is quite large so you need to figure out exactly where your apartment is.
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@Rom77, easter is pretty early next year so all of the 3V should be open. They are advertising it as open until the end of April although VT often stay open a few more weeks after that. So you could stay anywhere in the 3V but with the proviso that the lower slopes would be becoming slushy and patchy by mid afternoon. I would imagine Les Menuires will be almost 100% open at Easter. VT will almost certainly be 100% open. I dont think you need to worry about staying high. Yes the snow will be better higher up but you'll be able to navigate around the 3V without much hassle. Mottaret is another decent option as it's (arguably) the best linked village in the 3V in terms of how many lifts you need to get to any given point. It's up reasonably high so the snow will be nicer there than in Meribel and I think (without checking the piste map so open to correction) you can get to most places in the 3V in 2 lifts or less. For my money it's a nicer village than Les Menuires but that's subjective.
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