SISTER RESORTS

 

Our collection of sister resorts is just another reason to become a Mt Buller Season Member. Below are resorts from all around the world that we offer free days at:

Les Trois Vallées in the heart of the French Alps has rightly earned its name as the largest integrated skiing area in the world. 318 marked ski-slopes offer a total of 600 kilometres of pure skiing enjoyment. Thanks to around 180 ski-lift installations, the ski-slopes at between 1300 and 3200 metres are reached quickly and easily. The reason: The generous infrastructure of ski-runs and ski-lift installations connects not only the large ski stations at Val Thorens, Les Menuires, Meribel-Mottaret and Courchevel with one another but also the up-and-coming smaller skiing locations at Saint Martin, La Tania and Brides les Bains.

 

 

Powder hounds that are skiing in Japan should check out the Madarao Kogen Ski Resort. Madarao Mountain Resort has the perfect ingredients as a powder skiing destination. The area is renowned for average snowfalls in the realm of 10 to 13 metres per season, and there is some very good tree skiing and reasonably steep bowls. Off-piste skiing is permitted, and there isn’t too much competition for the freshies.

 

 

Genting Resort Secret Garden, situated just over the eastern ridge of Wanlong, is one of the ChongLi area's new entries into the major ski resort category. This mega (if built to plan) resort complex, officially opened December 16, 2012 now adds about 17 distinct ski trails for ChongLi bound skiers. Built by the Malaysian developers of Genting Highlands outside Kuala Lumpur, the resort says it will eventually feature hotels with a total of 1000 rooms, shopping, resturants and all the amenities of a full Alpine village.

 

 


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