Every year Courchevel invests heavily in its infrastructure and strives to continually improve its offering to our guests. We love watching the resort develop and seeing what’s new in Courchevel, from sweeping green runs to new lifts, this year will not disappoint. As we spend the summer enjoying hill walking and biking, we are always amazed at how quickly the ski resort improves and transforms. Read on to find out more about whats new in Courchevel this Winter. Read More
Some ski resorts resonate with British skiers so powerfully that even non-skiers know them; Meribel is one of them. With its traditional low-lying architecture that blends into the surrounding mountains, its many pubs, and restaurants that are full of fun, beautiful people.
Five tips for Beginner Snowboarders.
You’re starting snowboarding; sweet! Snowboarding is a fantastic way to experience being in the mountains, make new friends and generally have loads of fun. Our blog top 10 tips for beginners talks about a lot of what you’re going to want to know and is worth a look but this is specific to getting you going on a snowboard. So what kind of things should you be doing to make the most of it? Here are our five tips for beginner Snowboarders to get the most out of your first holiday.
You have been dreaming of the snowy peaks, the endless slopes, indulgent food and the well-deserved drink! You know what this means…those longed after flights you booked to Geneva 6 months ago are in the reachable distance and check- in is now open for your 3 days in Meribel
The Audi FIS Ladies World Cup again graced the Courchevel Stade. Now in its 9th year, this festival of Slalom and Giant Slalom is one of the holiday period highlights. The Courchevel World Cup is one of the most glamorous events on the Ladies tour and a firm favourite with both athletes and spectators alike. Here’s a rundown of everything that took place at this years Courchevel World Cup.
The three valleys over Christmas and New Years; what a magical time! Full of skiing, fireworks and of course lots and lots of cheer. The French Alps know how to do the festivities well with their indulgent food, traditional decoration and beautiful rich Rhone Valley red wine. Keep reading for the three valleys festive fun, you will have such a jam-packed itinerary there will be barely any time for actual skiing- sorry.