Here at Telegraph Travel, we’re always telling you which ski resorts are best for this or that, from the most convenient ski-in/ski-out places to the snowiest spots for early or late season. But now we've decided to turn the tables and let you decide on the top resorts for a change. Analysing our data from last season, we’ve come up with a list of our top 20 most-read resort guides. We crunched the numbers for each of our 50 essential ski holiday guides, as well as checking how they fared this year compared to last. In this year’s chart French resorts make a comeback as do budget-friendly and ski-in/ski-out choices, and as always snow-sure reliability sways the pick of the best. If you’re planning your next trip to the slopes, whether it’s this winter or next, and looking for the best resorts don’t take our word for it – here are the top 20 resorts according to you, Telegraph readers, in reverse order... 20. Flaine, France After making its debut on last year’s list Flaine, the purpose-built French resort which shares the Grand Massif ski area with the likes of charming Samöens and Les Carroz, retains its place at number 20. It’s the largest resort in the ski area, which boasts 265km of pistes to please all abilities and a promising snow record. Born in 1969, when big concrete blocks of apartments were considered stylish, the main village centre has the big advantage of being mainly ski-in/ski-out. This convenience, as well as a reasonably short transfer from Geneva, makes it popular with families and beginners – many of whom are also attracted by the relatively low prices compared to some of its French cousins.