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Some Austria December 13, 2010

Galtür/Wirl GPS ski map...

Vosges December 11, 2010

Vosges is a department in north-eastern France, named after the local mountain range. And so there is also some skiing and mapping there: Gérardmer, La Bresse - Hohneck and Le Schnepfenried are on the list now.

Updated! December 10, 2010

All maps freshly updated! The full version now with tens of new ski resort maps.

Germany Two December 10, 2010

Some more of Germany: Winterberg ski area spreading over several local villages: Winterberg, Altastenberg, Postwiesen Skigebiet Neuastenberg, Bödefeld-Hunau and Züschen ski maps.

Germany One December 9, 2010

Feldberg - the first ski map in Germany!

France's Premier Ski Destinations December 8, 2010

By Mark Thomas Walters France is famous for many things, such as Paris and all that comes with that most cosmopolitan of cities. It is also famous for the stunning Cote d'Azur with the sandy beaches and warm Mediterranean climate. France is also a great destination for those who love to ski, with a great number of stylish resorts to choose from to enjoy the perfect winter holiday. Courchevel - Often considered to be one of the best ski resorts to visit in France Courchevel is at the top of a range of staggered villages and set within breathtaking natural scenery; the villages are all linked up by the ski lifts and ski buses that connect the area. Courchevel continues to be a favourite ski resort for many because there are a great variety of opportunities for skiing and other winter sports here. Slopes range from beginner to advanced and it is a good place to bring children to. If you don't want to ski you can snowboard, toboggan or ice skate at Courchevel and for the apres ski experience the resort boasts a good range of quality bars and restaurants. Chamonix - Chamonix is one of the first resorts people think of when they think of skiing in France. This internationally renowned ski town is set below Mont Blanc - the highest mountain in Europe - and is just a short drive away from Geneva. This is a good resort for experienced skiers and beginners alike. It is famous for its cosmopolitan ambience with lively nightlife and cool bars and restaurants. Val d'Isere - Val d'Isere is a renowned spot within the French Alps for avid fans of skiing. This high altitude, large resort boasts 97 ski lifts in all and is great for those who also enjoy a spot of off-piste skiing. The Olympic 1992 Men's Downhill slope is here and Val d'Isere has also been the location for the World Alpine Ski Championships. You can also enjoy ice-skating, snowshoe hiking, ice climbing and husky sleigh trips at this resort. Les Deux Alpes - Les Deux Alpes is a bustling ski resort that is popular with families. There are some excellent facilities for children and crèches that will take very young children so the rest of the family can enjoy a full day of skiing worry free. This cosmopolitan resort has a wide range of bars and restaurants and you can even find a traditional English pub here. There are lots of slopes for both the experienced and the beginner skier with everything else in between! Flaine - This popular resort is very popular with families as there are great facilities for the young skier, starting from age two and a half upwards. Flaine resort faces Mont Blanc and has an altitude of 2500m; there are 265 km of pistes for you to experience. There are also opportunities for cross-country skiing. There is plenty of family oriented nightlife and entertainment to enjoy in Flaine making this a great all round resort for a holiday. Now Try: Ski France Article Source:

Spain Two December 8, 2010

The second part of Aramón ski area, containing Garmin ski maps of Formigal and Panticosa.

Spain One December 7, 2010

The first one in Spain! Benasque - Cerler is on the list with its brand new GPS ski map.

The Other Half December 6, 2010

We're completing Andorra with the GPS ski map of Vallnord and its resorts La Massana, Ordino-Arcalis and Pal-Arinsal.

Half an Andorra December 5, 2010

Grandvalira is right in the center of Andorra, between 1710 and 2640 meters above sea level. The resorts in this GPS ski map are: Canillo, Encamp, Pas de la Casa - Grau Roig and Soldeu - El Tarter.