A really nice resort with a good mix of ski runs and good value for money. We had a really good week here despite the poor snow season.
Only things I would say is that I was surprised how busy it was at times and we were there on a quiet week! At times the slopes seemed really crowded, which is probably in part because there are so many ski school groups out at all levels and only really one way off the mountain down to Llanslevillard (unless you're patient enough to take Escargot).
Also the gradings seem a bit all over the place, some of the blues seem a bit narrow and steep, but the reds are not as narrow or steep as you might expect, the greens give a great place to learn ranging from narrow and practically flat to wide and steep in places.
I really liked the fact that you could go to the highest point and choose either blue, red or black to get down the mountain. You don't have to be too good or brave to get anywhere! There's also lots of off-piste.
A handy tip - you can get across to Termignon via ski-runs and lifts (covered on your pass), it's a lot quieter there and has better views.
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