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1. Climb in Chamonix: A Mecca for Mountaineers
November 27, 2017

Chamonix is considered the Mecca of winter mountaineering. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned climber, the beautiful mountain peaks of this region will provide a challenging and exhilarating experience. Arm yourself with the best winter sports travel insurance ahead of time and then push yourself to the edge and beyond without a worry – here is a brief guide to both inform you, and tempt you, to come and discover all that Chamonix has to offer. The Challenge Mountaineering can be done all year round but it is especially challenging, and uniquely thrilling, when tackled in the wi... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

2. Don't Be Late for the Run and Skate in Chamonix
November 22, 2017

On the hunt for your next winter adventure with your friends? Look no further! This February, travel from Geneva to Chamonix and attend the eleventh “Run and Skate” event. It is going to be epic. What is ‘Run and Skate’? The “Run and Skate” is an annual competition in Chamonix that combines two terrific winter sports: cross country skiing and trail running. Travelling through the mythic snow-covered forests of Chamonix and Argentière, it’s the only race of its kind. You can admire the beautiful views as you conquer this challenge solo, or share the experience with your friends as y... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

3. 3 Ways to Conquer the Beast of Mont Blanc
November 20, 2017

Chamonix is one of the most famous skiing destinations in the world. Sitting in the valleys of Mont Blanc, the resort is renowned for its pristine pistes and panoramic views. When you see Mont Blanc towering above you on a clear day, it’s difficult not to feel inspired. In fact, many people visit the area for the very purpose of conquering Western Europe’s highest peak. Let’s take a look at 3 of the most popular ways of getting to the top. From the Air Paragliding was actually invented in the 1970s in a town only 50km away from Chamonix. Anyone looking to take this high-adrenaline ac... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

4. Love, Literature and the Red Books of Chamonix
November 20, 2017

If you visit Chamonix, it is highly likely that you'll stumble upon the Boutique Guérin book store, otherwise known as the 'red shop'. It is indeed the reddest and most intriguing shop in Chamonix, and was founded by the equally intriguing Michel Guérin. The Guérin story begins in Paris, where Michel and his wife Marie-Christine owned an advertising agency, which they later sold to set up their publishing house – Editions Guérin – in Chamonix in 1994. It was in Chamonix, which was also Michel's birthplace, where he learned to take his first few steps and later climb his first mountain. M... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

5. Discover the Charm of Chamonix: 4 Non-Skiing Activities
November 20, 2017

Sitting in the shadow of Mont Blanc, Chamonix is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Alps. While it might be most famous as a winter sports resort, this picturesque mountain domain has so much more to offer than the thrills and spills of the slopes. Unlike many modern, purpose-built resorts, the towns of the Chamonix valley retain their rustic alpine charm. There are plenty of cultural and relaxing leisure activities on offer for those who’d rather leave skiing to the professionals. So ditch the ski boots, wrap up warm, and prepare for a truly rejuvenating winter break. ... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

6. The Creatures of Chamonix: 3 Activities for Mini Wildlife Lovers
November 11, 2017

Skiing and nature go together like roasted veal and French red wine. When you’re zipping down the slopes of Chamonix, it is impossible not to notice the beauty of the natural environment. Sitting on Mont Blanc, the tallest mountain in the Alps, Chamonix is a gorgeous area, offering views that stretch across the mountain valley and up to snowy glaciers on the mountain’s peaks. For animal lovers, there is plenty of great wildlife to see and experiences for the whole family to enjoy. Here are three that are sure to add to the family fun on Mont Blanc. L'Elevage de Saint-Bernard Dog Kennels,... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

7. Noël in the Snow: Family Christmas Fun in Chamonix
November 10, 2017

Once the go-to ski destination of the rich and famous, Chamonix is a surprisingly popular choice for families with young children. This delightful French alpine village nestled at the foot of Mont Blanc transforms into the original chocolate box winter wonderland when the snow starts to fall. If you're yearning for a true white Christmas with the traditional feel of yesteryear, then Chamonix is your ideal destination. Away from the commercial trappings of Christmas in the UK, there is no better place to spend some quality family time than up in the French Alps. Don't be fooled into think... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

8. Get Ready to Rock the Mountain: Musilac 2018
October 18, 2017

If you’re planning a ski holiday to Chamonix with a group of mates and can’t decide when to go, my advice would be to wait until April 2018. That way, you can participate in Musilac Mont-Blanc 2018, the ultimate party on the mountain! This new spring festival is expected to become one of the biggest annual music events in Chamonix. What to Expect Musilac is already famous in Aix-les-Bains, where it is a popular summer festival. Past headliners have included everyone from Elton John and Sting to The Chemical Brothers and David Guetta. For Chamonix, festival organisers promise an equa... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

9. The Culinary Charm of Chamonix
October 12, 2017

Renowned for its superb skiing and breath-taking scenery, Chamonix also has some truly divine places to dine. Here are a few of the best restaurants this charming ski resort has on offer all year round. Le Cap Horn This well-known and highly-regarded restaurant offers up both French and Asian-inspired plates. Dishes include a delicious honey and soy sauce pan-seared duck breast, their sumptuous fisherman’s stew and the lighter-than-air souffle au Grand Marnier. The restaurant is situated in a beautifully rustic chalet which is decorated with little model sail boats. Make sure ... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

10. Ice Climbing in Chamonix: What to Expect
October 12, 2017

For an athletic adventure that will really get your adrenaline pumping, look no further than ice climbing. Ice Ice, Not For Babies… Ice is unlike any other climbing surface. During the day its consistency changes massively, from hard and flaky in the morning to the soft in the afternoon, so the sport gets easier as the sun warms the ice later in the day. Every time you climb, the route will be slightly different and your guide will need to alter the route and the position of the rope anchor. It’s unpredictable and has an element of danger, but that’s part of the reason why th... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

11. Crazy Family Fun in Chamonix
October 12, 2017

Chamonix is known as one of the best skiing areas in the world – and rightly so! It has a wide-ranging array of pistes that the whole family can enjoy together. From nursery slopes for your little ones to advanced, adrenaline-fuelled pistes for adults and teenagers, Chamonix has something special for everyone. In addition to skiing, there are many other fun-filled and family-friendly activities that’ll make your ski holiday an exciting adventure that the kids will never forget. Dog Sledding Are your kids big fans of puppers and woofers? Then you’ll definitely see their eyes ligh... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

12. Beyond Skiing: The Natural and Cultural Wonders of Chamonix
October 12, 2017

Attention, ski enthusiasts! Chamonix is renowned for its fantastic skiing – and for good reason! However, this means that its other wonderful attractions are frequently overlooked. You’ve just stepped off your shuttle from Geneva to Chamonix… now how about something a little different? For something distinctly non-touristy yet incredibly worthwhile, why not wander off the beaten skiing track and try some of these alternative activities? Natural Highlights Visit the Mer de Glace At 200m deep, this is France’s largest glacier. It flows 7km down Mont Blanc’s northern side, moving ... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

13. Get Your Golf On in La Tania
June 13, 2017

So, the ski season is over and you’re wondering what to do with your summer. In La Tania there is a whole host of outdoor activities which are perfect for a boys’ summer holiday, and high on your list of things to do should be golf. Swap the skis for the clubs and soak in the amazing views of the French Alps seen from some of France’s most popular golf courses. Taking it Easy Set in between the Mont Blanc range and the massif of the Aiguille Rouges, you’ll find the Chamonix course. With 18 holes to play across a smooth level surface, this is the ideal course for a chilled-out game be... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

14. MTB Magic in Chamonix
June 13, 2017

The ski resort of Chamonix, right in the heart of the French Alps, is not just a one-trick pony – come the summer holiday, chalets across town will be packed with mountain bikers gearing up to take on the multitude of trails in the area. With so many to choose from, save yourself some time with my pick of the best mountain bike trails around ‘Cham’. Petit Balcon Sud Starting at the Grand Montets car park in the village of Argentiere, this is an ideal route to get some miles and experience under your belt at the start of your holiday. Keep the river to your left and pedal along this ... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

15. French Ski Resorts that are Also Great in Summer
May 18, 2017

La Tania, Courchevel and Chamonix are French ski resorts famous for their powdery slopes and snow covered mountains. However, it may surprise you to learn that there is no shortage of great outdoor activities here in the summer months as well. Let me give you a little taster of what is on offer. From music festivals to white water rafting, you’ll find something for everyone at these French ski resorts. Of course, no one is stopping you from just hanging out in the fresh air and sunbathing! La Tania La Tania is open from the beginning of July to the end of August. Though it’s qui... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

16. The Best Hiking in France? Head to Chamonix!
April 29, 2017

Maybe you’ve been to Chamonix during the ski season and pitted your nerve against the resort’s challenging runs and adrenalin-fuelled off-piste, but none of that will prepare you for the exhilaration of hiking its dramatic landscape in the warmer months. Hiking in France is big news in the summer months, and nowhere are the trails as awe-inspiring as Chamonix. The bustling mountain resort, set in a steep valley with Mount Blanc towering above it, was actually a mecca for climbers and hikers long before it became a ‘ski’ resort. And today, climbers and hikers still come here throughout the... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

17. Our Favourite Summer Hiking Routes in Chamonix
April 27, 2017

A walking holiday with friends is the perfect way to clear your head, relax and recharge. So why not go hiking in Chamonix-Mont-Blanc? With well-signposted routes, enjoy easy hikes through beautiful valleys. Thanks to its fresh mountain air and serene tranquillity, Chamonix is the ideal destination for a recluse into nature. Lac Blanc Hiking in Chamonix-Mont-Banc would not be complete without climbing to Aiguilles Rouges Natural Reserve’s most famous lake. Lac Blanc boasts a beautiful panoramic view of the Mont-Blanc’s snowy peaks. There is a medium difficulty hike starting from Flég... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

18. Get Your Climbing Kicks by Cragging in Chamonix
April 27, 2017

Summer is the time for adventure. If you don’t want to embark on a two-day expedition but still want to experience the thrill of having your heart pounding and your blood pumping, climbing in Chamonix could be the perfect activity for you. There are several types of climbing on offer, but cragging is often considered to be one of the most challenging forms of outdoor ascension. Even more exhilarating than alpine climbing or mountaineering, cragging is a great sport for adrenaline seekers. What is Cragging? Cragging involves climbing a crag, or a steep and rugged piece of rock th... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

19. Chamonix When the Snow Melts: Top Hiking Tips
April 27, 2017

Hiking in the Alps is a little different to climbing up British slopes, as the higher altitude creates additional challenges – including rapidly changing weather and debris-covered paths. If you’re planning on hiking in Chamonix-Mont-Blanc, there are a few things to remember so that you trip is successful. Follow these helpful tips to be prepared for every occasion and enjoy a peaceful holiday breathing in the fresh Alpine air and admiring the beautiful landscape.  Plan Ahead Hiking in Chamonix-Mont-Blanc can be a little unpredictable as path conditions depend on the ever-changing w... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

20. Chamonix: It's All About the Climb
April 27, 2017

To complete an adrenaline-fuelled summer, the Alps offer an array of activities, including climbing. In Chamonix, you can give mountaineering, bouldering, cragging and wall climbing a go. If you’re bold enough to take on the challenge, each of these different ascensions guarantees a thrill. Mountaineering What is Mountaineering? Mountaineering is not for the faint-hearted. Said to be the most adventurous type of climbing, it’s also the most difficult. Combining walking and rock climbing, it involves a lot of skill. Don’t worry though – you can easily acquire the know-how with the h... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

21. A Celebration of Classical Music at "Printemps Musical de Chamonix"
February 24, 2017

For the past 15 years, Printemps Musical de Chamonix has been hosting an exquisite display of evocative artistic expression that never fails to be intimate and original. This is a celebration of sounds from around the world that deviate from the norm, sounds that can often be scoffed at for being abstract, experimental, and noisy. Printemps champions those who seek to be different. It’s perfect for the aficionados out there with a keen ear who appreciate the contemplative side to music, or those who just want to hear something a bit eccentric or expand their music appetite. What to Expec... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

22. Family's First Ski Holiday: Best Ski Schools in Chamonix
February 22, 2017

While the French Alpine resort of Chamonix may be famous for its off-piste and extreme skiing, many people don’t realise that it also has a lot to offer beginner and intermediate skiers, making it a great choice for a first ski holiday with kids. It’s well worth considering Chamonix for children because of the number of beginner slopes spread around the resort. The nursery slopes in Chamonix are located in several different areas so it’s best to check that the accommodation you’re considering is close to one of the nursery slopes. There are beginner slopes at: Chamonix Centre – ... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

23. The Low Down on the Go Down: The Top Snowparks of Chamonix
February 22, 2017

For the ultimate adrenaline-packed winter holiday, travel from Geneva to Chamonix and discover the best snowparks in the area! Ideal for the budding trickster, these four freestyle parks are the perfect places to practice your gnarly tricks. Grand Montets Grands Montets is a newly refurbished snow sports area with two boardercrosses. Located at 2000m, it boasts a 400m long track which includes various rails, rollers, table-tops, kickers and banked turns. Sponsored by BMW, this brilliant course is fitted with a video system so you can record the daredevil within you and show off your... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

24. The Alps Come Alive With the Sound of Fête de la Musique
February 22, 2017

Most people travel from Geneva to Chamonix for its renowned and world-famous slopes. Chamonix may be reputed as a brilliant skiing destination, but it is also a terrific place to explore in the summer. Not only are the stunning views, quirky boutiques and tasty restaurants still about, but Chamonix comes alive in the warmer months thanks to the brilliant Fête de la Musique festival. Held on 21 June, this annual event is an experience you won’t want to miss. A Terrific Atmosphere The best part about this free event is its thriving party ambiance. As musicians, both amateur and profes... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

25. Toddler Taste Test: Top Family-Friendly Restaurants in Chamonix
February 15, 2017

The beautiful French resort of Chamonix in the picturesque Haute-Savoie region is a wonderful place for a winter holiday with the little ones. I think that it is one of the most scenic areas in the entire world, plus it boasts fantastic skiing, plenty of culture and dozens of fun activities to keep the little ones happy. If you are anything like me, then food will be a very important part of any holiday. Travelling abroad is a great opportunity to sample different cuisine, indulge in fine food and experience different cultures. Unfortunately, toddlers do not hold the same ideas when it co... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

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