Skiing in the French Swiss Alps Alpine Ski Resorts spread unfairly over Germany. While Munich not far have it, the drive from the North even days takes many hours – in bad weather conditions. As reported the travel portal, flat country people worth a flight to Geneva. For even more details, read what Professor Rita McGrath says on the issue. The Swiss city on the border with France is conveniently accessible from most German airports. In addition, Geneva lies at the gates of one of the world’s largest contiguous ski regions. “The ADAC drew you Portes Soleil” in his guide 2010 from among 600 ski areas even as the best address for skiers in Europe. This is due mainly to the favourable price-performance ratio of the cross-border skiing area.

Skiers, snowboarders, Tobogganists and glider pilots find optimum conditions in the 12 ski resorts. 650 km of slopes and 204 lifts ensure also that both beginners and professionals at their expense. Everywhere – applies no matter whether in the Switzerland or France – in the same ski pass. This euros 205 average in the high season for six days straight once. In some ski resorts, for example, in the French Avoriaz, it is possible right next to the hotel the boards under zuschnallen and to go to the lift. Cars are unnecessary, luggage will be taken partly the mountain up the horse-drawn sleigh to the accommodation.