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"Not to be missed" snow festival in Val Thorens

"Not to be missed" snow festival in Val Thorens This year, the best time for a ski holiday in Val Thorens is December, with Boarderweek taking place on the resorts slopes from December 15th-22nd.

Celebrating its tenth birthday this year, almost 10,000 skiers and snowboarders from across Europe choose to take their ski holidays in Val Thorens during Boarderweek in order to enjoy the great competitions and party atmosphere.

During this period, snowsports fans will be able to enjoy freestyle competitions for skiers and snowboarders, free snowboard testing and a motor cross freestyle show on ice.

Taking a ski holiday in Val Thorens at this time of year could be a good idea for those looking to enjoy family ski holidays as the resort has slopes of a variety of grades and there will also be access to an easy fun park where beginners can try snowboarding and learn how to ride tables and rails.

This resort is a favourite with skiers and snowboarders, with travellers opting for ski holidays in Val Thorens perhaps because it is the highest altitude resort in Europe - a guarantee of good snow conditions.

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