Ski Resorts (not under the Euro)

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For Canada and the US I'd be impressed if you found flights under 400 notes. Given that my entire weeks accomodation + flights + transfers + food to France is going to cost £430 it wouldn't really make sense looking across the pond on the basis of exchange rates.

You'd be surprised, I've seen deals to the US and Canada for less than £400 (self catering).
Of course the deals are generally specific dates and locations that not everyone wants, but if you're not that fussed there are deals to be had.
 
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if u are going to austria, lech has awesome snow this year, im going back tomorrow :D
 
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Yeah, my main thinking was the exchange rates right now - If I can get some good snow in a European country that doesn't have the Euro it'd be ideal.

I'd love to hit Canada or similar but money's tight right now.
 
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Yeah, my main thinking was the exchange rates right now - If I can get some good snow in a European country that doesn't have the Euro it'd be ideal.

I'd love to hit Canada or similar but money's tight right now.
I'd go with SPW's suggestion of Bulgaria then; I reckon Swiss resorts will be just as pricey as France, Italy and Austria.
 
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Zermatt (Switzerland), they even offer night skiing a few times a year, the website I linked gives a lot of useful info about how to get there, where to stay etc.
 
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