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Val D'Isere, Chamonix, Courcheval, Les Arcs or Val Thorens

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Hey everyone,

Looking for a bit of help, I am going skiing in early March with 4-6 of my friends, we are all advanced skiers/boarders.

We have previously been to Les Arcs and Val Thorens. However we are looking for a change of scenery this year, but would like to stay in France.

Any suggestions on where to go?

Our priorities are great skiing, good nightlife, cheap accomodation.

Does anyone know where is cheap to stay in Val D'Isere?

Cheers

Graeme
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ScotsSkiBum, welcome to snowHeads.

How cheap is cheap? Val D'Isere certainly meets your first two requirements, and cheap accommodation could be found if you leave it late to book - VDI has a huge number of chalets, and it's rare that they fill them all outside of peak time. Check out igluski.com or ifyouski.com to see what comes up. Another option for VDI could be the UCPA lodge (cheap and central, but a bit basic).
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What do you call cheap. What sort of accomodation are you after. Property is expensive in Val d'sere which impacts on cost of renting apartments.
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Cheap apartment, hotel or chalet, we would rather do self catering. What are th other resorts like in comparison?
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ScotsSkiBum, If you want loads of advanced skiing/riding at a good price come here! About half the price of the resorts your talking about. Always good snow - always guaranteed - huge snowpark and even more off piste!! Very Happy
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Chamonix can be a bit of a kafufel getting to the slopes buses etc great apres ski tho
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I would try and get a last minute deal in Val.... S/C would the best way to go but expect rabbit hutches
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