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1. 5 Reasons to Head to Tignes in Summer
June 15, 2018

If you’ve heard of the resort of Tignes in the French Alps, you probably associate it with excellent ski pistes, stunning winter vistas, or the comfort of an evening by the fireside in a catered chalet. Tignes, if you visit in the summer, has even more to surprise you with, so read on to find out why you should pack the rucksack and head there straight away. You Can Ski a Glacier! The resort offers early risers 20km of glacier pistes to ski down. However, once the day gains in heat (usually around 1pm), the snow turns watery so ski lifts stop operating. If you don’t feel like skiing under th... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

2. Looking for Options? Top Indoor Activities in Tignes
June 15, 2018

World-class ski pistes, stunning views of the Alps, picturesque treks and the luxurious comfort of a catered chalet: Tignes is unmistakeably a must-visit ski resort for all ardent skiers. However, it also has quite a few tricks up its sleeve to appeal to those for whom skiing does not run in the veins. If you are among them, then here are a bunch of indoor attractions not to miss. Indoor climbing Enthusiastic climbers will be excited to learn about the perfectly equipped indoor climbing wall. With various high-rising routes for advanced climbers and easier ones for interested beginners the w... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

3. Head High and Take on the Hiking Trails of Tignes
June 15, 2018

Tignes is one of the few mountain resorts which boast all-year-round possibilities for skiing. This extraordinary fact sometimes unjustly overshadows even the oldest and most natural interaction between man and mountain, namely climbing. An oversight of this kind, however, should be criminal, because some of the treks which offer the most breathtaking views of the French Alps are located precisely in this region. As soon as you arrive and settle comfortably in a catered chalet, Tignes will begin to charm you with its variety of picturesque trails of graded difficulty. Read on to learn about so... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. Tignes: A Hopping Resort for Little Snow Bunnies
June 15, 2018

Make the most of your family holiday in the French Alps by choosing from a range of high quality catered ski chalets. Tignes resort is the perfect destination to take advantage of such accommodation. Purpose built family residences minimize the hassle of travel and maximise the pleasure of the snow. Accommodation The first thing you notice as you step into your chalet is the superior wooden flooring and traditional stone surfaces. However, this luxurious environment is also complemented by an undeniably family friendly and welcoming feel. These are high quality catered ski chalets- ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. Take on Tignes: An Off-Piste Guide for Daredevils
May 23, 2018

In addition to its wonderful runs and catered chalets, Tignes, which is part of the Espace Killy ski area in the French Alps, is well known for its diverse array of off-piste opportunities. If you’re up for the challenge there’s plenty to keep you in thrills! Safety First As always when straying off the beaten track, your first concern should be personal safety. Off-piste accidents account for most of the casualties of the winter season, so while it’s a hugely enjoyable adventure, it is imperative you book one of the resort’s professional mountain guides to escort you. You’ll also n... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. Why You'll Glove Glacier Skiing: 7 Reasons for Going
May 21, 2018

Everyone knows that ripping up the pistes is one of the best ways to spend the winter months. And, with its great runs, spectacular off-piste routes, and the opportunity to rent a fabulouscatered chalet, Tignes is one of the best resorts of the bunch. But a lot of people don’t realise that the mountains also have a lot to offer in the summer. Read on for our top seven reasons to try glacier skiing this summer … It’s the Ideal Time for Beginners to Perfect Their Technique If you’re new to the slopes, or just a bit rusty, summer is the perfect time to work on your skills. Where... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

7. Aprés-Ciate Summer Skiing & Swizzles in Tignes
May 21, 2018

Tignes is one of the best-known ski resorts in the French Alps for good reason. It is huge, diverse and even offers summer skiing on the Grand Motte glacier from late June to early August. With five well-linked villages and an array of catered chalets, Tignes truly is the best of the best. And while it may not be famous for its après scene, the resort has enough options to guarantee fun for all demographics. La Flambée At the bottom of the slopes in Les Almes, in Le Lac, lies the Hotel Village Montana. Nestled within is the cosy La Flambée. A perfect spot for relaxation, the bar is... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

8. Stay in St Anton for a Sensational Group Ski Break
April 20, 2018

There’s no better way to really connect with friends or colleagues than to spend a good amount of downtime together having some serious fun. A group ski holiday can be the perfect recipe for tightening friendships and creating bonds as you all keep busy and play hard together for the duration of the trip. Choose a Catered Chalet To really make sure that you are getting the most from your group holiday it’s worth considering booking a private chalet. By sharing a living space with no one but your group you can enjoy a communal space to gather in at the end of the day, not to mention ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

9. St Anton: Stunning Runs for Experienced Skiers
April 20, 2018

The Alpine resort of St Anton holds a hallowed place in the mind of most advanced skiers and boarders thanks to the sheer range of challenging runs the resort offers. You could spend two weeks here and never tire of the difficult red and black runs, the extensive off-piste opportunities and the extreme snow park. My advice? Book yourself a catered chalet: St Anton has too much good skiing on offer to spend any of your precious time worrying about what you’re going to cook for dinner! Take on Some of the World’s Most Challenging Runs Set in the Arlberg ski area with its 305km of piste... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

10. Val Thorens: Why You Should Visit the World's Best Ski Resort
April 20, 2018

Perched high up in the renowned Three Valleys ski area, this resort is the highest not only in the valley region, but in the whole of Europe. Its lofty location means that panoramic views of the surrounding snow-capped mountain peaks are a given and a beautiful blanket of snow cover is a near guarantee from November to May. With its breathtaking natural landscape and a welcoming sociable atmosphere, the town has been crowned the ‘World’s Best Ski Resort’ for the past four out of five years at the esteemed World Ski Awards. Without a doubt, a trip here is a unique experience. Majestic View... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

11. Learn to Ski on the Superb Slopes of Val Thorens
April 20, 2018

This award-winning resort is renowned for its majestic views and first class skiing. Located at 2300m altitude, it is quite literally the top skiing and snowboarding destination within the Three Valleys ski area. Boasting the accolade of a Famille Plus star for its commitment to family-friendly facilities, Val Thorens is a dream destination for a family holiday of a lifetime. Easy-to-Navigate Resort This world-class resort may boast a huge variety of pistes and facilities, but it’s simple and intuitive layout makes taking the kids for their first ski lesson easy and almost hassle fre... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

12. Top Spots for the Best Shots in the French Alps
April 19, 2018

You’ll rarely find a more accurate truth than the saying you haven’t skied until you ski in the Alps. With hundreds of kilometres of pistes at vertiginous heights surrounded by breathtaking sights from all around, the French Alps are hard to match in world renown as an elite skiing destination. What makes them even more alluring to the avid winter tourist are the snug little villages and resorts with catered ski chalets that look as if having sprung to life directly out of a Christmas postcard. Among them are beloved names such as Avoriaz, Tignes, Chamonix and Meribel. Aside from the endless ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

13. Ski Like a Demon, Eat Like a Mountain Man!
April 19, 2018

If you are an ardent skier with a soft spot for breathtaking alpine beauty, then this is certainly not the first time you have heard of the French Alps. Only there can you ski down the best pistes, admire some of the most picturesque views and spend your nights at the cosiest resorts offering catered chalets in the world. The thing with skiing and hiking in the mountains all day is that, even if you weren’t that sort of person before, you quickly develop a soft spot for delicious food (and lots of it!) too. Luckily the French Alps happen to be precisely the spot in which to indulge your gastr... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

14. Maintain your Skis in Tip Top Condition
April 19, 2018

Whether you're a once-a-year skier who books a catered chalet with a bunch of mates or a powderhound who chases the snow around the globe, if you've made the investment in your own equipment, it's vital you know how to look after it. Read on for my top tips on keeping your skis in perfect condition. Drying Off at the End of the Day After you’ve had an epic day on the slopes, make sure that you grab a towel and wipe off the melted snow. This simple but vital task is the difference between having well maintained equipment and rusted edges or corroded bindings. Make this second nature... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

15. Paradiski: A Perfect Winter Paradise for Parents and Children
April 13, 2018

Paradiski may be less well-known than fellow French resorts Val-d'Isère and Val Thorens, but it sits comfortably alongside them as an ideal family-friendly destination. Nestled in the Tarentaise Valley and encompassing La Plagne, Les Arcs and Peisey-Vallandry, Paradiski has a huge variety of slopes, alongside some first-class catered and self-catered ski chalets. Let us fill you in on this season-round winter sports paradise. La Plagne La Plagne is composed of six purpose-built, high-altitude, ski-in/ski-out villages – Plagne Soleil, Plagne Village, Belle-Plagne, Aime La Plagne, Plag... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

16. Better Late Than Never: Late Season Ski Resorts in the French Alps
April 13, 2018

Bombing down the slopes in a t-shirt and sunglasses. Stopping for a cold beer at the foot of a run. Beautiful vibrant scenery and relaxed, balmy après-ski – late-season skiing is a real delight! Let’s talk about the best resorts for late-season getaways and some of our favourite catered and self-catered ski chalets! Val Thorens With 99% of its runs above 2000m, Val Thorens is the highest resort in Europe. And with over 600km of runs, it’s also the largest ski resort in the world! While its height can sometimes lead to harsh conditions in winter, it also means that you’re bound to ha... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

17. The Val Thorens Apres Scene
March 19, 2018

Though it’s hard to beat cosying up in front of a roaring fire with a glass of wine in your catered chalet, Val Thorens has a range of night-time activities perfect for relaxing with family after a day’s skiing. This ski resort is peppered with friendly bars and activity centres, so whether you enjoy a quiet pint after hitting the slopes, or prefer to try your hand at bowling, the resort has something for everyone. Dinner Date Like most of our guests, you will probably spend the majority of your evenings enjoying a delicious meal in your private catered chalet. Val Thorens, however,... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

18. Organising a Group Ski Trip to Tignes on a Budget
March 19, 2018

Ski Big or Ski Home A skiing holiday for two? No problem. A skiing holiday for 20+? That’s where it starts to look tricky. But organising a ski trip for a big group doesn’t have to be a big deal. And it doesn’t have to mean big bucks. Whether you’re planning a trip with the family, a reunion with the friends, or even a corporate bonding experience, it can be positively straightforward to organise the logistics of a group ski trip without spending a fortune. The holy grail of a group ski trip is the perfect catered ski chalet. Tignes is the pick of the crop when it comes to this cruc... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

19. Tuck in and Tipple in Tignes
March 19, 2018

Dining Under the Stars Nothing beats a luxurious night in at a catered chalet. Just picturing it makes you feel cosy: curled up in front of the fire, warm and well-fed, in the comfort of your home-away- from-home. Sign me up, please! Still, it’s essential that there are good options for dining out. For those special occasions, sometimes a fine-dining restaurant perched on the slopes is exactly what’s needed. And if you’re looking for the winning combination of superb restaurants and quality catered ski chalets, Tignes is the resort for you. Part of the famous Espace Killy ski re... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

20. Keep the Family Busy in Val Thorens
March 19, 2018

The French resort of Val Thorens is well known for its excellent snow, providing the perfect conditions for keen skiers. However, if you are travelling with your whole family, it is important to know how to make the most of this fantastic location. Where should you stay, and how can you keep the kids entertained both on and off the slopes? Where to Stay? For your visit to the resort, I would recommend booking a cosy catered chalet, Val Thorens has plenty of lovely accommodation on offer, but there is nothing quite like snuggling up with your family in front of a roaring fire in... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

21. 6 Top Tips for a Skiing Getaway in St. Anton
March 19, 2018

A Skier’s Paradise Is there a word for that sound your skis make as they glide over the snow? If there isn’t, then someone should invent one. It’s part of what draws us back to the slopes year after year – the sheer, sensual exhilaration of it all. And for the avid skier looking for a challenge, St. Anton is the perfect resort. Providing a high-spec range of luxurious catered chalets, St. Anton also packs a real punch when it comes to the slopes. So, here are my six top tips for how to make the most of this skiing Mecca. 1. Rendl Races Skiers in St. Anton mean business. The no... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

22. Our Favourite Long Ski Runs: You'll Glove Them!
February 14, 2018

There are few more satisfying sensations than coming to the end of a long, challenging ski-run. From the moment you see the après-ski options stretch out in front of you through steamed-up goggles to the trudge back to the chalet on tired, well-used legs, the satisfaction of taking on a lengthy route is one that you’ll feel in your body. These ski-runs are five of the most exhilarating and the best, each offering something a little differ-ent. Pic Blanc to L’Enversin d’Oz, Alpe d’Huez Those who have been lucky enough to visit Europe’s ski destinations will know that Alpe d’Huez is s... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

23. One Day in La Plagne? One Day of Family Fun!
February 14, 2018

As anyone who has planned a family winter sports excursion will know, when it comes to choosing a destination you sometimes have to sacrifice that picture-perfect vision of a secluded chalet in favour of a more practical location, with all the amenities you need to keep the kids happy. Not so in La Belle Plagne, the gem of the Tarentaise Valley, which combines a village feel with large resort appeal. As one of six smaller towns making up the larger La Plagne ski area, it benefits from access to some of the most spectacular slopes in Europe, while boasting an impressive array of family-friendly... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

24. Perfect Preparation for La Plagne: Top Tips for a Ski Holiday
January 18, 2018

It is that time of year again to rally the troops for your next epic ski holiday. For a group of fun-loving powder hounds, I think that La Plagne is the perfect choice this year. As part of the famed Paradiski region, the resort is on the doorstep of over 425km of pistes. In addition it features a range of other cool activities, a lively après scene and excellent accommodation. Here are a few tips for enthusiastic skiers to get the most out of their trip here: Fitness - If you plan on spending most of your time shredding powder, you might want to hit the gym in the run-up to your ski... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

25. Save, Smile and Ski: Top Tips for a Low-Cost Family Holiday
December 07, 2017

Whilst it’s certainly not the cheapest way to travel, a family ski holiday doesn’t have to break the bank. There are lots of ways to enjoy all the fun and adventures of the mountains whilst sticking to a budget. From shopping around for cheap flights to staying in a catered chalet to avoid costly meals out, there are lots of ways to save. Go Last Minute If you want to travel with your children, then chances are that you’re restricted to going away during the school holidays. In the world of winter holidays, this means peak season and unfortunately peak prices. However, there are way... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

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