If you stay in Cervinia (Italy), you can benefit from accommodation and food which is much cheaper than Zermatt, but you can ski on the Plateau Rosa glacier (in Switzerland, but it's accessible from the Italian side as well as the Zermatt side). Did that last summer and it was awesome!
off to cervinia next week to ski on the paradise glacier (accessible from cervina and zermatt). its a sweet park, loads of rails and kickers also there is a pipe. And from what ive heard, yesterday or today, they got summer pow
MLJJust got back from a week at L2A, park was legendary and the town was awesome with tons to do after skiing. Would highly recommend
PDoyleAnother vote for L2A, brilliant skiing, a lot of stuff to do in town (get free stuff with your pass like pool/golf/dry luge et c.), big downhill scene, good nightlife, easy to get to, cheap accom.
HolySchimmelwell since the austrian parks are all closed right now, L2A is the place to go I guess!
Let me just back up these opinions with a photo of the park:
When I was here we also had a bit of snow. That photo is quite recent, probably 3-4 weeks ago.
There are also some nice little pistes under the park to just jib around in in the slush.