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Why do we favour one ski resort over another? What makes us try a new place, and go back? It is a complicated question - is it the culture, the ambience, or are there other more tangible factors?
Does the skiing suit me? Are the pistes spacious or crowded, is it big enough, does it have lots of groomed runs, are the lifts efficient and comfortable, can I be sure of snow?
Alpine Property intelligence is proud to join with Montenius Consult to present a new way to answer these questions – which is factual, unbiased and unopinionated.
“A VALUABLE NEW TOOL FOR HOLIDAY DECISIONS AND PROPERTY INVESTORS”
• Skimiles® measures the size of every ski resort by 10 specific factors •
• Ski Area Comfort is determined by the efficiency of the lifts, the comfort of the lifts and how much ‘elbow room’ there is on the piste •
• Snow Reliability considers the altitude, snowfall data and snowmaking coverage •
• Ski Area Value combines all these factors for one easy to recognise overall result •
The data displayed refers uniquely to the Megève-Saint Gervais ski area.
The Pays de Mont Blanc region is located in the upper valley of the Arve, at the foot of the French side of Mont Blanc. The region stretches from the Chamonix valley to beyond Megève, taking in well-known towns and villages such as Combloux, Les Contamines-Montjoie, Passy, Les Houches, Demi-Quartier, Praz-sur-Arly. The spa town of Saint Gervais Les Bains, a mere 70km from Geneva, is at the heart of the region, itself directly connected by gondola to the pistes of Megève. From low-lying pastures to busy towns, to renowned ski and mountaineering centres, this region offers a wide range of year-round activities in one of the most picturesque regions of the French Alps. Skiers enjoy access to over 500 km of accessible ski areas including Chamonix, the entire Evasion Mont Blanc and the Espace Diamant. It’s also a hikers paradise…between the lakes and mountains covering 8,000km of sign posted footpaths through picturesque mountain villages, the three largest lakes of the French Alps, the Tour du Mont Blanc and the National Vanoise Park.