Val d'Allos, Alpes-de-Haute-Provence

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Quality snow under a sky of Provence: such are the privileges granted to those who come to stay in the Alpes de Haute-Provence. The ski resorts offer the essential benefits of the Southern Alps. Alpes de Haute-Provence offers 720 km of pistes for all levels in alpine ski resorts. With altitudes above 3000 meters, it offers a variety of sites and landscapes. Stayed away from major industries, the department does not count agglomeration important, and you can still find many small villages in the discreet charm, some of which are labeled "mountain village". The ski resorts of the Alpes de Haute-Provence : Pra Loup, Sauze / Super Sauze, Sainte-Anne-la-Condamine, Larche, Val d'Allos - La Foux, Val d'Allos - Le Seignus, Saint-Jean-Montclar, Le Grand Puy, Chabanon-Selonnet, Soleilhas-Vauplane, Montagne de Lure.
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