Where to Ski in France reader reports form 2018

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Some points to note
Please note:
• this year we want reports on resorts in France only
• we want reports on resort visits in 2017-18 only, and not on earlier trips
• this form focuses on just a few key aspects of your trip, including mountain restaurants
more general reviews of resorts should now be posted in the quite separate system on our main website - find your way to the relevant resort page in the Resorts section of the site, and then click on the link inviting you to add your own review
• this form is quite short, but it permits you to report on multiple slope sectors and multiple mountain restaurants; in case you run out of time, it has a Save and Resume Later link at the bottom of each page; to use this facility, you will need to provide your email address again, and a password; you will then get an email with a link to get you back to the form when you want to resume. 
Your details

You are very probably using this system because you are on our mailing list already, and presumably happy to remain on it. If you are not, be assured that we are asking for your address for legitimate purposes. We will not share your address with anyone else or misuse it in other ways.  
We need an email address so that: 
  • we can get back to you with queries on your report
  • if you have won a free book, we can let you know about that
  • if you have not, we can offer you the resulting book at a very special price.
In GDPR terms, this means we have a lawful basis for acquiring your email address, called 'legitimate interest'. We are still working on the details of our data protection policies to meet the requirements of the GDPR, and will send out our privacy notice when it is ready.
The trip you are reporting on
This form allows you to file information on multiple resorts and on restaurants in multiple slope sectors. But if you want to report on multiple trips you'll need to start afresh for each trip.

Page 2 – Key observations on the slopes

Give us your views on the slopes you skied. Keep it brief – no run-by-run diaries, please – but do name any runs you particularly liked or disliked.
Your views on one sector of slopes
First, choose a ski area; you'll then be able to choose a sector within that area, or on a whole resort. Note that we treat the whole of the French Portes du Soleil as one ski area, and the Chamonix valley as another. Use the link at the bottom of the page to file remarks on another sector; you can do this repeatedly.

Now give us your views in the appropriate field below. Don't feel obliged to put something in every field - just give us the pointers you really think we should have. There are popup tips to suggest the kind of comment we are looking for.

Serious queues? Long ride times a problem?

Gentle enough? Free of through traffic? Free or cheap lifts?

Motorways? Tough stretches? Any that should really be red? Favourites?

Varied or samey? Long or short? Favourites?

Genuinely steep? Groomed or bumpy? Favourites?
If you want to report on another sector, click on the very discreet link below right. Otherwise, go on to the next page (or save for later).

Page 3 – Views on mountain restaurants

Your views on a particular mountain restaurant
First choose the resort on whose slopes the restaurant sits; the second dropdown will then contain the restaurants we know about in that resort. If your restaurant is not shown, leave the second dropdown showing "Please select" and then enter your restaurant name in the New restaurant field. 

If you want to report on another restaurant, click on the very discreet link below right. Otherwise, go on to the next page (or save for later).

Page 4 – stuff we need to know

Although this form is designed to focus on particular aspects of the resort, we don't want to deny you the opportunity to pass on key points on other aspects that you think we really should know about. Here's your chance.