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Val Thorens - good fior boarding?

 Poster: A snowHead
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Any dedicated boarders out there who could maybe give mne some advise on the above?

I'm going for a fournight in Feb and only know skiiers (weird) who havce been their before.

Thanks girls and boys
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Yup, all good mate. Head up the Funitel Peclet and ride from the Glacier all the way back into town for starters!

Some good off-piste to be had, you can also drop over the back to the 4th valley if you want. Easy connections across to Les Menuires/Meribel but you may find you have enough to keep you going! In the current climate, the highest resort in Europe generally has a bit of snow! Have fun! Pretty good boarder community too, cheers
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