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Nursery slopes with travelators/"magic carpets"

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cappucinogirl Tue 15-Mar-11 14:54:18

Can anyone recommend a European ski resort that has travelators/"magic carpets" on the nursery slopes? I know of one at Flaine (France) and Verbier (Switzerland).

catherinemummy Tue 15-Mar-11 16:38:58

Les Gets in France - went last yr with our 3yo. She was on chairlifts by end of week though! Really good resort for small children.

LIZS Tue 15-Mar-11 16:40:40

Most of the ones we've been to do, it is pretty common now - Alpe D'Huez, Wengen, Saas Fee, Engelberg even smallish local resorts. The website will normally give details

cappucinogirl Fri 18-Mar-11 11:48:57

Thanks, I'll check them out!

CaurnieBred Sun 20-Mar-11 22:42:15

Courcheval 1850; La Tania, Plan Peissey.

cluelessfromusa Mon 21-Mar-11 19:38:36

Sainte Foy

tulpe Thu 31-Mar-11 23:25:36

Belle Plagne (well actually its at Belle Cote - the next village down) and Les Arcs 2000.

mulranno Tue 10-May-11 15:07:02

Vaujany

fluffles Tue 10-May-11 15:11:33

all the little kids bit in les arcs and la plagne have them... not so many for adults though.

greygirl Thu 12-May-11 15:01:05

there's one at puy st vincent i think.

LunarSea Mon 06-Jun-11 21:46:37

The most I've come across in one resort is Baqueira in Spain which has 3 quite long ones and one shorter one available to adults and another one in the kids area. They're even covered and two of the longer ones link together to make a longer travelator served run. Have a look at www.baqueira.es/webcams/web-baqueira/web-mirador (no snow now obviously!) to see the two which link up.

MrLSG Mon 06-Jun-11 23:22:01

Also common in the various nursery areas around Bormio, Italy.

Grabaspoon Mon 06-Jun-11 23:29:32

Les Deuxe Alpes in France

VivaLeBeaver Mon 06-Jun-11 23:31:27

Val disere . La plagne.

greygirl Thu 16-Jun-11 17:22:10

Bormio is a fab place. Has anyone been there recently? i want to take the kids but it's not TO now and i am a bit wary of doing it myself.

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