I visited Andorra, which is a country sandwiched between France and Spain. The native language spoken in Andorra is Catalon, similar to Barcelona. It is situated in the Pyrenees mountains. There are only 1 major route to access the country, entering from France and existing to Spain.
The night I arrived, it started to snow. The road is windy and difficult to drive under the snowy condition. BTW, it is easier to get to Andorra from Perpignan than from Toulouse, which the route is even more windier and narrower.
I had a good time there and test-driven the Snow mobile (le moto de neige) in the mountains. The city is similar to Gatlinburg, TN. It is a tax-free zone. So, gas luxury goods, and cigarettes are much cheap in Andorra than in France and Spain. The economy is booming with lots of new constructions everywhere.
While the mountains are not as spectacular as the Alps, there are definitely snow on the peaks.