Peak performers: Ski resorts with impressive stats

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From Chamonix's top lift, it's an ear-popping, vertigo-inducing climb to the top of the Aiguille du Midi before skiing the Vallee Blanche - ©Chamonix Tourist Office

From Chamonix's top lift, it's an ear-popping, vertigo-inducing climb to the top of the Aiguille du Midi before skiing the Vallee Blanche
Copyright: Chamonix Tourist Office

From Chamonix's top lift, it's an ear-popping, vertigo-inducing climb to the top of the Aiguille du Midi before skiing the Vallee Blanche - ©Chamonix Tourist Office
Walking down the ridge of the Aiguille du Midi at the start of the Vallee Blanche, Chamonix - ©Chamonix Tourism

Walking down the ridge of the Aiguille du Midi at the start of the Vallee Blanche, Chamonix
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Walking down the ridge of the Aiguille du Midi at the start of the Vallee Blanche, Chamonix - ©Chamonix Tourism
At 2,300m, Val Thorens is the highest ski resort in Europe - ©Val Thorens

At 2,300m, Val Thorens is the highest ski resort in Europe
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At 2,300m, Val Thorens is the highest ski resort in Europe - ©Val Thorens
At the start of Revelstoke's biggest vertical - ©Patrick Thorne

At the start of Revelstoke's biggest vertical
Copyright: Patrick Thorne

At the start of Revelstoke's biggest vertical - ©Patrick Thorne

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