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1. Choose Courchevel for Your Group Ski Holiday
December 08, 2017

You can’t beat a group ski holiday, but it can be challenging to pick a resort that you will all enjoy. This is particularly true if you’re a mixed bag in terms of skiing ability. However, I always recommend Courchevel in The Three Valleys to groups, as its facilities and at-mosphere have something fun in store for everyone. It is also easy to reach by opting for a shared or private ride from Geneva to Courchevel. Transfers with Shuttle Direct are your most convenient and comfortable option, but we’ll return to that later! Now, let’s talk about why this resort is so well-suited to bigger ... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

2. The Cheesy Charm of Courchevel
December 08, 2017

Courchevel is a popular alpine ski destination, but this fantastic resort has more to it than meets the eye – it is also a paradise for foodies! Before you get anywhere near a pair of skis, why not try some of the sumptuous cuisine that Courchevel has to offer? If the seasoned and cured meats from alpine cattle are not enough to tempt your palate, then you could always try one of the lake fish dishes, such as char, trout, pike and perch. And if that still doesn't get your tummy rumbling, then tuck into the ultimate delight of the Alps: its delicious array of local cheeses from Abondance a... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

3. Cheers to Chilly Celebrations: Get Crazy in Val d'Isère
December 08, 2017

If you feel that a skiing holiday is just as much about partying under the stars than it is about shredding powder, Val d’Isère is the perfect resort for you. This is one of the better French resorts for après fun, providing a lively and friendly atmosphere that sweeps all across the town once the sun goes down. It is also easy to reach with one of Shuttle Di-rect’s ski transfers – Geneva to Val d’Isère is the most convenient route, during which you can sit back and start planning your first night out. One of the main reasons that Val d’Isère is a premier spot for partying is because of i... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

4. A 24-Hour Skiing Getaway in Courchevel 1850
December 08, 2017

One of the best ski resorts in the world is Courchevel 1850. Immaculate pistes, stunning scenery and interlinked skiing in The Three Valleys are just some of the characteristics that make this the ideal luxury ski destination. And if that's not enough, there is also stunning tree-line skiing, 562 snow cannons that ensure perfect pistes, an infamous après-ski scene and enough luxury accommodation, chic boutiques, restaurants and nightspots to rival the most cosmopolitan cities. In just 24 hours, you can get a slice of the French joie de vivre in Courchevel. Let’s take a look at the perfect... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

5. How to Maximise Your Money in Costly Courchevel
December 08, 2017

The French resort of Courchevel is known as one of the most exclusive and expensive resorts in the world, attracting a number of high-profile celebrities each year. Whilst many will believe that this makes it off limits for those on a tight budget, I actually have a number of savvy tricks that cash-strapped visitors could use to take advantage of the excellent skiing that’s available here. For my insider tips on cutting costs in Courchevel, read on. Stay in the Lower Villages Courchevel 1850 and Moriond 1650 are lovely places to stay high in the Three Valleys, but are also quite exp... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

6. Pampering in La Plagne: Non-Skiing Fun for Couples
December 08, 2017

A winter holiday in The Alps is a wonderful, relaxing and romantic experience, and something that I highly suggest to non-skiing couples. Whilst everyone else freezes on the slopes, you can make the most of the fabulous facilities and activities found around the resort and enjoy the stunning natural scenery. There are many great resorts for starry-eyed romantics, but I think that La Plagne is the best, as it boasts many great options for non-skiers. In addition to this, it is also easy to reach with Shuttle Direct’s ski transfers – Geneva to La Plagne is the most convenient route for tho... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

7. Uplifting Fun in La Plagne: Air Boarding for Beginners
December 07, 2017

Holidays are always better with friends, especially ski holidays. However, choosing a resort that will please everyone can be tough as each destination offers different perks and limitations. A destination like La Plagne can solve this dilemma. It is a huge resort with a great variety of things to do on and off the slopes. Of these, air boarding is one of the most popular. Exhilarating, exciting and at times laugh-out-loud funny, this activity is well worth your time and money. Air boarding is a well-developed sport with many different facets. Before you take off down the slopes, here’s a... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

8. The Best Alpine Escapes for Luxury Shoppers
December 07, 2017

A trip to the French Alps no longer needs to be all about skiing or snowboarding. Today all the exclusive Alpine cities and resorts, from your touch down in Geneva to your resort destination in Courchevel, have as much to offer shoppers looking for luxury items as they do skiers looking for good snow. Kick off your Spree in Geneva Start your luxury shopping spree as soon as you touch down in the elegant Swiss city of Geneva. Bear in mind that the Geneva has both a French and Swiss influence so it’s an ideal place to pick up exclusive French fashion (Chanel, Hermès, Louis Vuitto... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

9. Snowboarding in Courchevel? Sno Problem!
December 07, 2017

There are few ski resorts in Europe that suit snowboarders of all levels quite as well as Courchevel. I’m not saying that there aren’t resorts that boast better off piste areas or even better terrain parks or wider runs perfect for learning on. What I’m saying, is that Courchevel is fairly unique in having all these elements, and enough of them to satisfy any level of boarder from beginner to advanced. For this reason, Courchevel is a great place to come if you’re a family of boarders of different abilities. Maybe the kids are still learning while you want a challenge while they’re ... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

10. Snow and Bubbly: New Year's Eve in Courchevel
December 07, 2017

There’s nothing much more festive than spending New Year’s Eve in one of Europe’s most stylish ski resorts. Leave the greyness of a UK December behind and fly instead to Geneva, from where you can take a Geneva to Courchevel transfer and, before you know it, you will find yourself transported into a winter wonderland of snow, mountains and fairy lights. Courchevel may not exactly be cheap, but what you get for your money is world class revelry, exclusive parties and a sumptuous, indulgent atmosphere. I’ve spent New Year’s Eve in a number of French ski resorts and, believe me, t... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

11. Fine Dining in Val d'Isère
December 07, 2017

Val d’Isère is overflowing with brilliant restaurants. Many of the best eateries in the Savoy region of south-eastern France lie in this area, famous among other things for its great beauty and Olympic ski pedigree. When passing through on business or for a short holiday, visitors agonise over the large choice of high-quality restaurants. With that in mind, for sophisticated diners with limited time, here are three of the finest establishments in the valley. Le Grande Ourse In 1936, when Le Grande Ourse first opened, there was only one ski lift in Val d’Isère. Much has changed since ... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

12. Extreme, Epic, Entertaining: Get Adventurous in La Plagne
December 07, 2017

La Plagne is a huge ski resort made up of eleven separate villages, hundreds of kilometres of pistes and even more off-piste action. Although catering to all experience levels, the ski area has some of the most to offer expert skiers as any other resort in the Alps. La Plagne is also a fun night out with plenty of bars like Le Saloon, an American themed club and bar, and Igloo Igloo, yes you guessed it, a bar shaped like an igloo. Both have great DJs and late-night disco parties to liven up those later hours. The Skiing La Plagne may be well known as an intermediate resort, but the l... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

13. A Snowy Romance: Ski Breaks for Couples
December 07, 2017

The Alps were made for romance. There is no better place for a stealthy kiss than on a restaurant terrace, watching the sun set behind a snowy peak. Couples holidaying in the mountains can enjoy sports activities, shopping and pampering in spas. For lovebirds young and old, choosing the right resort with the best opportunities for romance can be a challenge. Here are three of the very best which are sure to suit every couple. La Tania La Tania is perched between the Courchevel and Meribel resorts, in the Three Valleys ski region of the French Alps. It is less expensive and glitzy tha... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

14. Wrap Up for a Wild Winter Weekend in Morzine
November 22, 2017

Morzine is a terrific destination for a wild weekend spent skiing all day and partying all night. If you and your friends only have a few days to get your winter groove on, follow this itinerary to make the most of your trip. About Morzine For a weekend get-away, Morzine is your perfect destination. As part of the Portes du Soleil resort, it boasts over 400 miles of slopes and caters to skiers of all abilities. Not only that, it’s quick and easy to get to! Just a 75-minute drive away from Geneva airport, you can get a transfer from Geneva to Morzine and be on the slopes in no time. ... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

15. 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

16. Relaxation and Romance in Avoriaz
November 20, 2017

Avoriaz is famous for more than just its steep slopes and fast skiing. The beautiful resort, sitting high up in the mountains of the Morzine commune, offers opportunities for relaxation, romance, and fun of every type. Couples especially enjoy Avoriaz’s fine dining and romantic offerings: four activities in particular will be hard to miss. Pampering at Deep Natural Spa Inside the steam room or outside in the jacuzzi, it’s up to you. At Deep Nature Spa, in the La Falaise area of Avoriaz, warm colours greet visitors and locals alike, looking for massages, facials, sensory showers, and... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

17. La Plagne: A Snowy Paradise for Little Powder Hounds
November 20, 2017

For families with young children, there is no better place to go skiing in the Alps than La Plagne. A huge area, La Plagne is made up of 10 separate villages, all with great options for childcare, including 16 nurseries. There are also plenty of ski schools across the area, with ski gardens taking the very young ones below the age of 5 and schools for those aged 5 and above. Children can work their way through the French ESF classes, or choose from many great British ski schools with specialist native English instructors from back home. Either way, returning from a hard day on the snow, the wh... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

18. Reach for the Michelin Stars in Courchevel
November 20, 2017

It’s no secret that when the rich and famous want to experience the beauty of the French Alps, they visit Courchevel. Made up of a collection of villages at different altitudes, the resort is famed for its glitz and glamour. The Village of Courchevel, formerly known as Courchevel 1850, is the highest and most prestigious of the set. It attracts the most upmarket holidaymakers, with the finest restaurants offering the highest quality cuisine to match. Le 1947 The only restaurant with 3 Michelin stars in the whole of Courchevel, Le 1947 elevates alpine cooking to a fine art. Situated i... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

19. 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

20. Ski Joering: The Family-Friendly Sport You've Never Heard Of
November 20, 2017

If you love horses, skiing and the feeling of wind blowing through your hair, then ski joering could be perfect for you. The sport dates way back to 2500 BC, and the term ‘ski joering’ comes from the Norwegian word 'skikjøring', which means ski driving. The wonderful thing about ski joering is that it is an enchanting and unique experience, which can be enjoyed by the whole family. Here’s what to expect from this fantastic and fairly unknown winter sport. What Is Ski Joering? To try ski joering, all you’ll need are a horse and some skis. Basically, the horse wears a special har... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

21. 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

22. 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

23. Learn to Ski in Morzine: A Children's Paradise
November 11, 2017

Morzine is a favourite destination for families and their young children. Only a few hours’ drive from Geneva, nestled in a snow-smothered river gorge, this mountain town is brimming with fun and excitement for adults and children alike. With a delightful mix of small shops and family-friendly restaurants, the town of Morzine certainly has all your off-the-slopes needs covered. On the slopes, the ESF ski school has been teaching lessons for many years and is the perfect place for beginners and children to hone their skills, make friends and enjoy their holiday. The Piou Piou Club As ... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

24. Uncover the Wild Side of Avoriaz: Après Ski is Key!
November 10, 2017

For a group of fun-loving mates, I know that a skiing trip is much more than just a chance to shred powder. The après scene can be just as (if not more) important than how many kilometres of slopes there are, so you will always want to pick a resort with enough pubs, bars and clubs to keep you going to the early hours each night. Whilst it is sometimes thought of as a more traditional and family-friendly resort, I think that Avoriaz is a brilliant choice for those looking to ski by day and party by night. The resort certainly has its own wild side and an après scene which boasts over 40 d... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

25. Win Paws Down! Husky Sledding in Courmayeur
November 10, 2017

This charming village on the Italian side of the base of Mont Blanc offers perfect ski options for families with older children who like a bit of a challenge, and something a bit more interesting, than just your average ski holiday. While there is a wide range of fantastic off-piste experiences and extra activities, one of the enduring favourites among the younger crowd is husky sledding. Husking Sledding Through the Aosta Valley You can give the kids a memory they will never forget by taking them dog sledding through the beautiful, unspoilt nature of the Valle d’Aosta. All the fami... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

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