Satisfying the skiing needs of the group can be one of the most important aspects to consider when choosing where to head on your next luxury ski holiday, especially when ensuring there is enough to challenge the experienced skier. For some, black run skiing offers a sense of achievement to make it down in one piece, and for others, a thrill combined with ticking off all the runs in resort. What’s more, some resorts have reclassified some of the harder runs to ‘itinerary runs’ of which have a higher level of difficulty as the pistes are often ungroomed and unpatrolled.
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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.
Apres ski – arguably one of the best parts of your ski holiday. Being one of the World’s most renowned ski areas, Chamonix has to extend its reputation to apres too! But apres ski in Chamonix is different to anywhere else; whilst there are bars at the bottom of each ski area, the main apres action takes place in the town centre. There are plenty of drinking establishments to top off your awesome day on the slopes. Whether you choose to unwind with a hot chocolate with the kids, or with a pint (or pitcher) of that well deserved beer, everyone can be satisfied with endless choices!
With the winter coming ever closer, we thought we would share with you some of the most exciting new luxury ski chalets, just built, and ready to go for this ski season. We take a look into which chalets are going to be causing the biggest splashes in the Alps this winter.
Once upon a time, in a land far far away, there were the most perfect luxury ski chalets in the Alps. These chalets were luxuriously flawless, surrounded by rolling snow covered mountains, enchanted forests and beautiful valleys, with breathtaking views as far as the eye could see. It was rumoured that the most stunning sunrises and sunsets could be seen from their windows and the chalets were said to have magical powers to make all of your problems seem a million miles away.
For beginner skiers, there can be a lot of daunting tasks to face on one of your first ski holidays. From finding out that there is a LOT of planning that comes with a ski holiday, to putting on skis for the very first time, we know it can all be overwhelming. Friends and family who have skied before are always great to get advice from and many will tell you that a ski in ski out chalet is the way to go! They are not wrong either, it can really make for one of the easiest ski holidays… well that is if the chalet is on a beginner friendly piste of course! To help you find suitable beginner friendly ski chalets, we are here to help! Take a read if you want to see our top picks.