The 2011 ski season started slowly with smaller numbers and some un-friendly conditions but now we have had weeks and weeks of fresh snow all over Europe the prime place is France with the Vally’s recording heavy levels of powder so get out there on the slopes.
Many French resorts are linked together, providing convenience and easy access to the many great mountains that France has to offer. The lift system ensures easy access to the best slopes the Alps have to offer. Lifts range from simple chairs to luxurious gondolas and cable cars, so that skiers can ride to the peaks in style.
Lift passes can cost a bit of money, but give skiers access to miles of trails that will keep them occupied for days. There is terrain for everyone’s needs, from beginner to expert. The peaks offer a variety of different options, from glacier skiing to off-piste terrain.
In addition to the great snow, there is are a variety of other activities for visitors to enjoy. France has incredible dining options and nightlife to keep the biggest party animal entertained. Everyone from couples to single skiers to families looking to give their children the experience of a lifetime can find their place in France.
Resorts like La Plagne offer convenience and comfort for families, with ski-in, ski-out residences that make slopeside travel a breeze even with the little ones. Chamoinx is the epitome of French skiing, known as the capitol of Alpine sport. It lies on Mont Blanc, a mountain that offers challenging terrain for the experienced skier looking to push themselves to the limits of the sport. These resorts, along with many others, have everything visitors need to fulfill their dreams.
The resorts and mountains of France offer an experience like no other. The unique atmosphere of the country offers the holiday of a lifetime for any traveller.