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1. Gourmet Munching in Les Menuires
February 15, 2018

For me, skiing holidays are as much about indulging in fine wine and good food as they are shredding powder. This is why Les Menuires is such a great resort for those who are after gourmet munching, varied skiing and stunning natural surroundings. The skiing in Les Menuires is superb, providing easy access to the Three Valleys region (the largest interconnected region in the world), but it is also a Mecca for gastronomists in search of high-quality and beautifully prepared dishes. There are many fantastic eateries to check out in and around the resort, but here are a few of my favourites. ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

2. 6 Reasons for Skiing in Child-Friendly Morzine
February 14, 2018

When planning a family holiday, especially with young children in tow, the pressure to ‘make it perfect’ is immense. After all, holidays are financial, emotional and logistic investments. Morzine, located in the French Alps, is part of the Portes du Soleil ski area and offers the best experience to visitors of any age. Family ski holiday insurance is very affordable and the resort is a ‘one-stop-shop’ for your needs and desires. After one visit, you’ll question the wisdom of going anywhere else! Six Good Reasons to Visit Morzine Morzine’s unique ability to offer the best of all world... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

3. An Adrenaline Rush to Remember: Family Holidays in Morzine
February 09, 2018

If you think that the French ski resort of Morzine is all about skiing and snowboarding, think again. Home of adrenaline-fuelled winter activities, the Alpine town has a wide range of family activities to thrill and excite you. And the best thing is it’s just a short distance by airport transfer from Geneva to Morzine, so you’ll waste very little of your precious school holiday time travelling. As ski resorts go, this one has a lot to offer families; so much, in fact, that it has been awarded the prestigious Famille Plus status by an influential group of French tourist offices. The award ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. Skis Off. Guide Book in Hand: Sightseeing in Chamonix
December 12, 2017

Chamonix attracts visitors from all over the globe thanks to its charmingly scenic alpine town centre and great skiing. For those who look for something extra on their ski holidays, it also has plenty of culture and history to offer. The fact that getting from Geneva to Chamonix is so quick and easy, with transfers taking around one hour, is the cherry on top of the perfect ski holiday ‘sundae’! Aiguille du Midi Literally translated as ‘the needle of midday’, the Aiguille du Midi is a hugely popular tourist attraction, with half a million visitors coming all year round (except when i... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. Stylish Shenanigans in Morzine
November 11, 2017

Skiing is not just about churning up powder and zooming down pistes. Mountain holidays are also a time for you and your loved ones to indulge in the finer things in life, taking a much-needed break from the stresses back home. In Morzine, a charming market town in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region of France, there is plenty of opportunity for stylish relaxation. Whether it’s a knot in your back or a hole in your bucket list, here are three different ways to enjoy a bit of R&R while on holiday in the mountains. At the Spa Swishing down slopes is tiring fun, which is complemented best by... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. Top Tips for a Stress-Free Family Skiing Holiday
October 12, 2017

Whatever your destination, going on a family holiday with young children in tow can be stressful. But don’t worry: with careful planning and research, you can ensure that your family will have an unforgettable holiday for all the right reasons! Now that the winter season’s upon us again, there's no better time to hit the slopes with your family. People often shy away from taking young children on skiing holidays, but with so many fantastic and child-friendly resorts to choose from, it is an ideal option for those wanting fun-packed days and cosy nights spent in alpine chalets. We'v... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

7. A Breath of Fresh Air: Exploring Montchavin From Above
October 03, 2017

If your holidays are all about adrenaline-inducing action, having a laugh with mates and taking in amazing surroundings, then you will want to check out the village of Montchavin in the skiing region of La Plagne. Montchavin ticks all of the boxes, and is even a great choice when skiing is not an option. Visiting this area outside of winter is a breath of fresh air, and there are all kinds of amazing experiences to take in during your stay in La Plagne. Chalets make for the best accommodation, while the best activities take place from the mountain tops or from the air, from where you can enjoy... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

8. Fine Wining and Dining in La Plagne: A Guide for Foodies
October 03, 2017

Skiing holidays are not just about shredding powder – they are also a great opportunity to indulge in fine food and drink in an idyllic setting. I think that one of the best ski areas for foodies is La Plagne in the Tarentaise region of Paradiski. This is because it features many excellent restaurants, a welcoming atmosphere and beautiful surroundings. If you want to get dressed up after a long day of skiing and venture outside of your cha-let, La Plagne has you covered with the following eateries. Hotel Carlina Those who enjoy adventurous cuisine will adore the four-star Hotel... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

9. Don't Stress at the Last Minute: Ski Holidays Require Planning!
May 18, 2017

Taking the kids skiing later in the year? I see many parents bringing their children back for family ski holidays year after year. If you have been skiing before (particularly with youngsters), you will know that you should not leave planning to the last minute – ski holidays are most enjoyable when they are carefully thought out (this also helps to build anticipation!). Here are a few tips to get the most out of your family vacation and avoid having to arrange last minute ski holidays. Early Bird Catches the Worm As you will be travelling with children, you will want to be book... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

10. Beginner's Guide to Ski Lifts
March 21, 2017

I often find that one of the major causes of anxiety for novice skiers who have just booked last minute ski holidays is not the skiing itself, but using ski lifts for the first time. These can be daunting for first-timers, particularly when everybody else appears to be so used to them, so I thought it would be helpful to explain the different types that you might encounter. Hopefully this will build some confidence and ensure that you know what you are doing when you get out there. Aerial Lifts Chairlift – This is the most common type, yet one that still causes plenty of nerves for b... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

11. Top Picks: Family-Friendly Ski Resorts
March 13, 2017

Skiing is a truly family-friendly pursuit. The exhilaration and fun provided by playing in the snow together creates fast memories and a desire for more holidays that promote togetherness. However, travelling with children is usually accompanied by a fair number of headaches regardless of how well you organise the process. Consequently, it should be a relief to know that once you arrive it can be smooth sailing from accommodation to entertainment to no-stress ski transfers. Geneva airport is the portal to many family-friendly ski resorts, all of which consider the whole family’s comfort and in... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

12. Keeping the Winter Fun Fresh: 4 Out There Snow Sports You Didn't Know Exist
February 20, 2017

You can’t beat skiing or snowboarding when it comes to adrenaline-inducing winter sports, but if you are the adventurous type then you might want to consider trying your hand at an alternative snow-based activity. It may not cross your mind when scanning last minute ski holidays or when packing your gear, but you do not have to spend every second skiing or snowboarding! Here are a few of my favourite unusual winter sports – some of which are pretty whacky but fantastic fun, especially when enjoyed with a few friends. Fat Biking While it was once a way for Alaskans to commute by ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

13. Amp up the Adrenaline - Next Level Skiing
January 12, 2017

Skiing is a sport with endless opportunities. However, even the most devoted winter sports enthusiasts can sometimes feel that their skills have plateaued and that the thrill has become a bit stale. That is a perfect time to take advantage of the reduce prices associated with last minute ski holidays and jet off to the slopes. There, you can perfect some new techniques, sample the latest innovations in performance-boosting materials and continue to reach new levels of adrenaline and exhilaration. Prepare for New Challenges All expert skiers do a fair amount of preparation before they... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

14. Stress-Free Skiing with Toddlers
December 22, 2016

Some parents may find the idea of taking their toddler on a skiing holiday simply horrifying. If you have ever had to dress a toddler for snowy conditions you may be familiar with all the techniques involved with the process, which can be likened to trying to stuff an angry octopus into a netted shopping bag. Needless to say, this ‘living hell’ for some parents can actually turn into one of your best family holidays if you are skiing in Morzine. The popular ski resort, found near Switzerland’s border, offers every avid skier parents’ dream; organised ski lessons, with before and aftercar... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

15. Power Up, Powder Down: What to Expect From Heliskiing
December 09, 2016

If you’ve always dreamed of skiing off the beaten track, through mountain landscapes in fresh white powder, then heliskiing could definitely be for you. While many people imagine that you need to be born on a ski slope to take part in heliskiing, or at least enjoy the kind of crazy, death-defying runs you see on YouTube, this is actually far from the truth. As long as you are a fairly good skier (we’re talking advanced intermediate), then you’re good enough to enjoy last minute ski holidays involving this most thrilling of ski adventures. What Exactly is Heliskiing? In case yo... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

16. Catering in Catered Chalets
November 25, 2016

Choosing to stay in a chalet, rather than a hotel, while on a skiing trip, offers many added benefits. The primary advantages are the additional space and rooms available, and the greater freedom to come and go as you please. Catered chalets go one step further, offering prepared hot and cold meals, and a wonderful ‘home away from home’ feel. Skiing holidays are rarely considered ‘cheap’, and for some the additional cost of eating out during the stay makes the trip a financial impossibility. Booking a fully catered chalet will ultimately not only save you money, but will also feed you well, an... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

17. The 5 Best Snow-Sure Ski Resorts Near Geneva Airport
September 07, 2016

The time of year has come to book your ski holidays again. Without travelling too far from the international hub at Geneva airport, five inviting resorts are waiting nearby to welcome you with spectacular skiing opportunities and a promise of powdery snow. Chamonix Your first option is Chamonix, located about an hour from Geneva Airport. Ski transfers can bring you to this 1,035-metre high resort that offers 155 kilometres of pistes. As the only resort within 90 minutes of Geneva that has slopes over 3,000 metres, Chamonix is a rare gem. Situated in the north-eastern end of the va... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

18. Find Out Why Whistler is the Home of Activity Holidays for Families
May 25, 2016

If you believe that activity holidays for families should be about experiencing a genuine family adventure, then you should put Whistler at the top of your list of holiday destinations. The Ultimate Adventure Destination From downhill mountain biking through beautiful wilderness trails and skiing on a glacier to ziplining over breath-taking mountain scenery, an adventure holiday to Whistler can be a truly life changing experience for your family. Wilderness activities such as hiking and mountain biking create a unique opportunity for you and your family to get back in touch wit... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

19. It's All Uphill From Here: The Rise of Alpine Touring
April 27, 2016

Skiing holidays are a perfect blend of exercise and relaxation. You spend your days out on the mountain challenging yourself on the slopes and then return to your cosy catered chalet for a soak in a hot tub and a long, relaxing dinner. But for those looking to push themselves harder on the exercise side, the growing trend for Alpine Touring may be just what you’re looking for. What is Alpine Touring Alpine Touring (or randonnée as it’s sometimes known) is a combination of cross-country and downhill skiing which has been around for decades. One of the reasons it has now suddenly incre... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

20. St George's Bermuda - A Fascinating Blend of Colonial and Modern
March 29, 2016

Bermuda is a fantastic place for a luxurious holiday. The island, with a true treasure trove of stunning beaches – some large and open, others off the beaten track and secluded – has everything you could want. Sun and sea, sailing, water skiing, snorkelling, and plenty for the entire family (including children) to do. Add to this some of the most comfortable hotels, cottage colonies and guest houses around, plus top-grade restaurants and bars, and you’ve got the recipe for a successful holiday. Holidays to Bermuda are the perfect choice for singles, couples and families alike. The Island’... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

21. Making The Transfer from Geneva to Méribel More Fun for Kids
March 21, 2016

Skiing holidays are fantastic for all the family to enjoy, and Méribel, in the three Valleys, is one of the most family friendly destinations in the French Alps. After a flight from the UK that probably left before dawn, however, the last thing you need is a long transfer from Geneva to Méribel with grumpy tired children in tow. The transfer is over 2 hours, on a good run, but don’t despair, as here are some suggestions of how to survive the journey from Geneva to Méribel with kids. Games to Play on The Way It might seem somewhat old-fashioned, but everyone loves a family game, so ge... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

22. Perks of Late Season Skiing
March 21, 2016

While most people scramble to book a ski trip in the peak of the winter season (from early December to early April), there are plenty of advantages to waiting until a little later - or even sneaking in multiple weekend breaks at the tail end of the season. One thing to consider, however, is that you need to choose your resort with care. The Weather: It's Better! While you certainly won't have to pack your flip-flops, heading off on last minute ski holidays to the Alps later in the season means you'll enjoy far milder weather. The days are longer, the sun is, well, sunnier, and there... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

23. What to Pack When Taking Your Kids Skiing
February 29, 2016

A ski trip is one of the best ways your family can enjoy the winter months together. Sometimes as adults our inclination is to be inside by a warm fire on a snowy afternoon, but kids will always want to be outside, enjoying every minute, especially when there is a layer of snow covering the ground. Winter activity holidays for families can be a special time to bond while enjoying everything winter has to offer. Packing doesn’t have to be an arduous task but can start with a simple checklist to ensure a successful ski trip, even when it is your very first time. Clothing Most winter ac... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

24. What to Pack When Taking Your Kids Surfing
February 29, 2016

With the exciting range of adventure travel companies out there, a whole new world of child friendly activity holidays is opening up to ordinary families, which were previously inaccessible simply because of geography. Now, with bespoke activity holidays to exotic destinations all over the world - whether it's skiing in Norway, canoeing in Canada, or water sports off the coast of France or Portugal - practically any adventurous dream your family has can come true. A Surfing Safari While not every high-energy sport is suitable for younger children, surfing is a very child friendly act... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

25. Skiing Out of Season
February 22, 2016

With the ski season ending in April or May depending on the resort, last minute ski holidays aren’t out of the question. Whether you’re looking into holidays within the next few weeks, or leaving it for next season, or even hoping for some summer skiing, here’s our guide to the earliest and latest of the snow. Late-Season Skiing For a long ski season, head to the highest resorts you can find. Even when booking at the last minute, ski holidays far above sea level are often successful as these areas are the coldest and the most snow-sure. Holidays to Val Thorens and Orelle offer plenti... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

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