In December I was invited to Courchevel to see just why it is one of the most in demand luxury ski resorts in the Alps. It wasn’t my first time in Courchevel, I have been to the resort a number of times before but it was my first time staying in anything other than a chalet.
Ski In Luxury Blog
There is more to a luxury ski holiday than snowy mountains, skiing until your legs go numb, bouncing around in your ski boots at an après-ski hot spot, and devouring the delicious dishes that can be found across the Alps. Many ski resorts are now hosting festivals the Alps throughout the season, welcoming mountain and music lovers to the various forms of entertainment in some of the World’s most beautiful destinations. From pool parties and cabaret to world class artists, there’s something for everyone. Take a look at our top 5 festivals in the Alps for the rest of this season…
Are you looking to find a luxury ski chalet with a twist for your next ski holiday? Look no further than our Magnificent Seven – some of our most unique luxury ski chalets with the most stunning and astonishing features that you couldn’t fathom in your wildest dreams…
From the fun and quirkiness of indoor slides, to the greatest of entertainment features in such as rock climbing walls and inflatable igloos – take a journey with us through some spectacular luxury chalets, you won’t believe your eyes!
The Winter Olympics in PyeongChang are almost upon us so we caught up with a couple of Team GB’s leading athletes to get an insight into two of the most watched events. Boardercross and Ski Cross are events which are dramatic and completely unpredictable. Representing the snowboard community is Zoe Gillings-Brier whilst Emily Sarsfield gives us the lowdown from a skiers point of view. Here is what they had to say.
When you think of skiing you think of clipping in, sitting on an ascending chairlift to then style your way down the slopes, right? The most common form of skiing of course, which became popular and experienced significant growth in the mid-1900’s. However, downhill skiing was not the first form of the winter sport requiring two wooden planks strapped to your feet and a poles in each hand, it was indeed cross-country skiing (often referred to as XC skiing). You can find cross-country routes in pretty much every ski resort, however there are some specific destinations that hold a reputation for offering the best kind of scenic trails. Read on to find out the best ski resorts for cross-country skiing….