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Ski resorts in the French Alps open

Most ski resorts have already announced their opening dates for the 2009 - 2010 ski season. And if most of the resorts in the French Alps have announced opening their ski areas in early December, some resorts anticipate even earlier dates : Val Thorens in Savoie will open the dance with an opening of their slopes on November 21, closely followed by Tignes on November 27, then Les 2 Alpes and Val d’Isère on November 28. But it’s in December that the majority of the ski resorts in the Alps will allow access to their slopes : Chamrousse, Courchevel, les Ménuires, Méribel, le Grand Bornand and Megève have announced a start to the season on December 5, along with several resorts from the French southern Alps, Auron, Isola 2000, Montgenèvre, les Orres and Praloup. Alpe d’Huez sets itself apart by opening its ski area on December 6. The following weekend, it will be possible to hit the slopes of Villard de Lans, Champagny en Vanoise, La Plagne, La Rosière, Les Saisies, Saint Martin de Belleville, Valloire, Avoriaz, Chatel, Puy Saint Vincent, Orcières, Risoul and Serre Chevalier. Finally, December 18 and 19, the resorts of Saint Sorvin d’Arves, Valmorel, Aussois, Brides les Bains, Flaine, Les Contamines Montjoie, La Clusaz, Les Gets, Morzine, Samoens and Dévoluy will allow you to take your first runs of the season. Be patient a little longer and soon the slopes of the French Alps will be yours.

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