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An avalanche in the French Alps killed at least six people on Sunday after a snowfall near the Armancette glacier.
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With mild winter temperatures becoming the new normal, Europe’s ski resorts are introducing alternative activities to tackle a potentially snowless future.
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Trail runners and electric mountain bikers keep the Alps in business
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This all-electric snow-bike could be hitting the Alps this year
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Hot air balloon crash injures 9 in Austrian Alps
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Switzerland claims record for world’s longest passenger train
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