Take a break from work – ski in the Alps with friends or make new ones!
It’s the time of the year to enjoy adventure sports in Europe’s top ski destinations. If you choose to ski in the Alps, a ski chalet holiday in France will be the kind of experience you just can’t get enough of. You have a vast choice of ski slopes and ski lifts, snowboarding action and a well established sports tourism industry. Alone or with friends, make the most of skiing in Chamonix, Meribel and Courchevel. If adventure and night-life is what you’re looking for, the French Alps have it all.
Ski Holidays in France for Individuals and Groups – Need Last Minute Bookings?
It is possible! As a working professional, you don’t always have the luxury to plan a getaway in advance. Difficult as it may sound, last minute ski holidays in France are indeed a possibility.
• The benefits of booking a last minute ski holiday are that the accommodation is often discounted. You can select a ski resort where you know the snow will be in good condition when you arrive. Last minute rental deals are available in ski chalets, self catered apartments and sometimes in hotels too.
• A skiing holiday in France promises more fun when skiing in a group and of course, it’s a lot safer too. Some resorts can organise and advertise for other single people to share the cost of a holiday to avoid empty bed charges. Groups also advertise for single people to help fill the last available spot in a chalet.
• Spend quality time with your select clients, top-performing staff, or dealer network on a business ski trip. Plan a corporate ski trip to motivate your staff, for team building or to reward your best clients with some adventure skiing and après-ski partying.
You can search, compare and book online for a last minute ski exclusive in France.
Ski in the Alps at Some Top French Destinations
– Chamonix, Meribel and Courchevel
Chamonix is the top destination for adventure skiing, as well as for its spectacular scenery.
• Chamonix has groomed piste, unprepared piste and 74 lifts spread out onto various diverse and challenging ski areas.
• A large sports complex offers a sports hall, indoor and outdoor ice rink, speed skating rink, 19 tennis courts including 4 indoor courts, squash courts, swimming-pool complex with water-slide & fitness centre (saunas, Turkish baths, solarium).
• Chamonix city offers a lively centre with a pedestrian zone and a great après-ski scene.
Meribel, one of France’s most attractive ski resorts, forms part of the massive Les Trois Vallées ski area.
• Meribel caters to mixed skiing abilities and the range of accommodation suits anyone from individuals up to large groups.
• Meribel is known as the après-ski resort of the Three Valleys (for good reason!) with plenty of fantastic nightlife especially at Les Enfants Terribles (Funky 70s), Dicks T-bar and La Taverne.
• It has villages built in the traditional alpine style, with many picturesque freestanding chalets.
A Courchevel skiing holiday will ensure that you are skiing in one of the most extensive and impressive ski areas in the world.
• Courchevel is not just one resort but five.
• It offers the most varied terrain from long gentle blues to steep couloirs, and superb skiing both above and below the tree line. The lift system is also very modern, fast and efficient.
• There is plenty of off-slope activity with an Olympic ice rink, a climbing wall, a via-ferrata, snowshoeing, floodlight tobogganing, hot air ballooning, paragliding, snowmobiling etc.