Reviews about Val Thorens

Ski resorts in France
What do you think about Val Thorens?
JensK
07/01/2004 (Modified: 17/11/2006)
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v7 2003

Bonnjohan
18/11/2003
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Were there during spring 2002 came the same day as the snow. Kannon nice our ride, very different varitaions, good lifts. Many Swedes can be both pros and cons

nomme
04/10/2003
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A must for the off-piste .. mass snow some meters from the piste .. nice weather ... (usually) definitely my life's best skiing ..

Jacob_Lovgren
10/09/2003
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A must for all skinny crazy people!
Here you can find everything from the best off piste to the lovely pisted slopes.
Nightlife is on top but unfortunately you can not measure up with Chamonix. A must is to visit the famous afterski bar at the hotel tango .... Select Val Thorens the next time you are thinking of going to the Alps.

LaktosMannen
03/06/2003
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V.3 -03. Absolutely the best ride I've been to! Tougher ride and not smocked with people in the piste. Blueberries seem to choose other places. Sick big system (the world's largest?) With well-tipped slopes and the latest in lifts. The village is adapted and built for skiing. The high altitude makes freaking more than usual, but it also makes it very snow proof.
The nightlife is good. There is plenty of off-piste skiing, but you're best doing a guide which is not that expensive.

BjornWettex
28/11/2002
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totally okey clean offpist scratches near the piste. Mass snow =) Perfect for kids families etc.

Emil84
15/11/2002
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Be there with the class v.9 -02. It was one of the best places I went skiing. The only thing that was negative was that it was big avalanche and it was snowing every day more or less.

Skibum_84
06/04/2002
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Be there with 20 polar v.9. very good ride when the sun was coming. In the mornings there was a spotlight when the sun was not there, damn hard for all the dumps. Should you live somewhere, it should be Tango, but it was not a quiet moment. Buy Flygel on Snowboarden if you're there.

MagnusB
14/03/2002
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There is a lot of offpiste and always a lot, which is a plus these days. A visit to Tango is a must

Jonny_hardcore
04/03/2002
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Visited this high-lying French alp resort week 04, 2002. Can say that was the worst trip I made. Perhaps it's not the mountain and the plant itself was the reason why it went .... at first, SAS sacked our bags on Arlanda (went 2 days without clothes, for this you get a refund if you have not paid with Visa) ... then there was almost no snow + that there were a lot of dumb, idiotic, unhappy Frenchmen there .... The village was built sometime in the 70's and 80's and is the most scary village in the whole of the Alps. .all looks like a seaside resort from Mallorca that moves into the mountains ... for commercial purposes for my taste ...

Go somewhere else if you want to know the alp feeling ...