Have you ever considered a ski holiday to Chamonix or the neighbouring resort of Argentiere, but have been swayed by friends or family who have said you don’t want to go there? Some of the reasons I expect they may have said is that “it’s only good for the experienced skier” or “it’s a pain as the ski area isn’t all interconnected!” Well, if you have a quiet couple of minutes and are intrigued to see if there is more to Chamonix than the myths, take a little read of my ski guide to Chamonix and why it can be a great skiing destination for a whole range of ski groups.
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Monthly Archives: December 2018
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