Normally skiing is easy when its me and my wife but I'm heading back to see mum (73 skier of blues some reds), dad (69 hardcore skier mainly on piste due to age) & bro (27 highly competent blue to black but likes doing large distances on reds ideally and not yet off-piste) in Jan 19. We will do a week skiing in Europe from 19th-26th Jan flying from UK likely with UK operator although we sometimes go solo. I have skied a lot and know lots of options l but I wanted to hook into members awesome knowledge and see if I have missed any resorts or there were recommended places I haven't thought of. When you see the restrictions it might be taxing there's a lot of different needs...I know you never get perfect but I can try. Order of importance Good accommodation ski-in/ski-out or very close to this for mum as she won't ski as much and given her age needs to be close to accom Fast lift system that is well interlinked so plenty of options for brother to cruise vast areas (Looking min 200km of runs) Level of snow sureness as old people and ice are not good Nightlife not important, quieter resort is better, family probably won't leave chalet other than to ski or maybe stroll around at night Preference for France or Italy as mum speaks both fluently and loves chatting to locals but I reckon I could persuade her if everything else aligned The obvious options are below and the reason why I'm discounting. Please correct me if I'm wrong Les Arcs/La Plagne - love it but been here a lot and would rather somewhere else Val D/Tignes - love it but been here a lot and would rather somewhere else St Anton - Probably too advanced for bro to get most out of and too lively 3V - have skied here and dad/bro will be there in Dec so would rather somewhere else Serre Che - love it, used to work there. Wife will kill me if I go there without her Zermatt/Cervinia - expensive, slowish lift network that isn't easily navigated Chamonix - too disjoined, better for bro when he's more advanced Verbier - expensive, disjointed for great piste skiing, better when bro likes offpiste Ski Welt - too low dolomites - often lack of natural snow from what I hear Mongenevre/Claviere/Milky way resorts - Maybe but slow lifts and poorly connected I'm thinking potentially Alpe D'Huez - any thoughts or other options La Rosiere/La thuile - maybe too small/wind issues Any others I have missed or should be looking at???