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Saas Grund - in the heart of the Saas Valley, a resort popular for its snow-sure skiing to 3200m

Saas Grund provides the ideal base to explore the extensive pistes of the famous Saas Valley, including its neighbour, Saas Fee. Saas Grund itself offers varied, high-altitude, skiing for all levels, whilst at Saas Fee, with skiing to 3550m, snow is reliable throughout the season and some of the most sophisticated mountain transport in the Alps, including the underground Metro Alpin to the revolving restaurant at Mittelallalin, are on offer.
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Anzère - a friendly and popular resort with an excellent snow record

Constructed in traditional style on a plateau overlooking the Rhone valley, Anzère is a popular resort for all levels of ability. Beginners appreciate the south-facing aspect and many gentle slopes allowing them to progress quickly, while intermediate and advanced skiers and boarders enjoy discovering the 52km of pistes, including a long, challenging run through the trees to the traditional Les Rousses mountain restaurant. The new indoor swimming pool and spa adds to the impressive facilities on offer.
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Nendaz - an extensive resort in the centre of the famous "4 Valleys" region, which includes the resorts of Thyon, Veysonnaz, Siviez, La Tzoumaz and Verbier

Skiers and snowboarders of all ability levels enjoy discovering the extensive piste network around Nendaz. With 220km of pistes throughout the “Printse” ski area, beginners are well catered for and intermediate and advanced skiers and boarders appreciate the varied terrain, including the famous "Piste de l'Ours" World Cup run. Mountain restaurants abound and pistes are always well maintained and patrolled.
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Leysin - close to Geneva and with panoramic views, an established mountain town with impressive facilities

The large town offers some of the most comprehensive sports and entertainment facilities to be found in a ski resort, including two large sports complexes with a swimming pool and ice rink.
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