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  • Slopes in French Tignes (5-90cm) are still freezing overnight while Val Thorens (60-120cm) is currently the best of the Three Valleys.

    Skiwatch: Take to the heights

  • The new snow in Val d'Isère and Tignes 53-131cm prompted the SCGB leader to describe skiing on the Grande Motte as some of the best this season.

    Skiwatch

  • In France, Val d'Isère (0-85cm), Tignes and Val Thorens (40-95cm, 2cm of new snow) will remain open after the weekend; all other resorts will close for the season.

    Skiwatch: The end of the season

  • Pistes in Tignes 51-123cm are in excellent condition.

    Skiwatch

  • Blue skies and fresh powder have made French Tignes 70-148cm a dream.

    Skiwatch: Blue skies and fresh snow make for ideal conditions

  • In nearby Argentière a train was derailed due to the snow, while Tignes, among others, had more in the past week than in the whole season last year.

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  • France players will gather in the French Alps resort of Tignes on May 18.

    Benzema left out of France's World Cup squad

  • It's the first step in making persille de Tignes, which according to local lore, was a favorite of the mighty 9th century emperor Charlemagne.

    France's Distinctive Cheeses Are Disappearing

  • Gallas was racing against his teammates at a car park in the French Alpine resort of Tignes when his dune buggy rolled onto its left side and he stuck out an arm to break the impact.

    Italy opens World Cup training camp in the Alps

  • When Lea announced at the dinner table, with a smirk, that Astrid had become a Communist, Frank raised his eyebrows and said, “Oh good, does that mean we can go to Tignes instead of Chamonix this year?”

    Dreaming in French

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