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Visp February 2, 2011

There are several small ski resorts in this Swiss map's area: Bürchen, Unterbäch, Eischoll, Visperterminen and Grächen. There are no pistes yet in this map; just lifts, topography and a good will to improve.

Mont Blanc January 26, 2011

That is, Monte Bianco, since here's finally the map of its southern, Italian side: Courmayeur

Zugspitz January 23, 2011

Garmisch-Partenkirchen is on the German side of today's map, and the Zugspitz Arena is on the Austrian side, covering Berwang, Ehrwald, Lermoos, Bichlbach, Biberwier, Heiterwang am See and Lähn-Wengle.

Never Enough January 19, 2011

...of Norwegian ski resorts. Vassfjellet, just to add another one.

Geilo January 18, 2011

Yes, Geilo is in Norway, too. This map lacks a lot of pistes, but at least the lifts are there.

Norefjell January 17, 2011

Norefjell in Norway, of course.

The Next One... January 16, 2011

...and the Norwegian map of the day is: Oppdal!

A Series of Norwegian Ski Resorts January 14, 2011 starting with the GPS ski map of Hemsedal.

Bormio January 13, 2011

It would be shame not to include Bormio, Isolaccia (Valdidentro) and Santa Caterina, even though there's still more to add to the map...

Even Further South January 12, 2011

You wouldn't expect much skiing in Southern Italy, but Sicily's Etna with altitude of over 3,300 meters offers a unique skiing experience in the most peculiar environment.