High-altitude French ski resorts are eyesores

When it comes to high-altitude French ski resorts, the aesthetic is often not pretty.

Concrete tower blocks from the 60s and 70s jostle with  purpose-built squares to supply huge demand in Tignes (2,100m), Avoriaz (1,800m) and Les Arcs (2,100m). The appeal of these Brit-crowded resorts can quickly wear thin... at which point ...

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