Due to current travel restrictions and closure of ski resorts for the foreseeable future we will not be operating this winter. All of our staff are furloughed and our phones are currently switched off. We are sincerely sorry for this inconvenience. We will re-open in good time to start taking bookings for the 2021/22 season.
Your ski week is sacrosanct, you probably book it months in advance, so you’ll want to be sure of the snow. Whether you choose Val d’Isère, Alpe d’Huez, La Plagne, Les Arc 1950, Méribel, Les Gets, Morzine, St Anton or Lech we can guarantee serious altitude, acres of snow cannons and world-class facilities, not to mention more ski miles than most of us could ever cover in a week.
The average altitude of our chalets & hotels is 1677m, more than two thirds are above 1850m and 12 are at the dizzying altitude of 2000m. If you are looking to stay at the top of the hill then you have come to the right place; complete piece of mind for Christmas or Easter skiing and rude amounts of snow in-between.
We all tend to look for ski areas far bigger than we are ever going to need. Nonetheless, nice to know Wikipedia rates five of our ski areas in the biggest Top 10 in the world. Whatever you barometer; piste length, number of lifts, capacity or number of snow cannons, we are top of the league.
You can ski to the back door of almost half of our chalets. Nice.
|Resort||Resort Altitude||Skiing Altitude||Pistes||Ski Area|
|Val d'Isere||1850m||1550-3465m||300km||L'Espace Killy|
|Morzine||1000m||950-2466m||650km||Portes du Soleil|
|Avoriaz||1800m||950-2466m||650km||Portes du Soleil|
|Les Gets||1172m||950-2466m||650km||Portes du Soleil|
|Alpe d'Huez||1860m||1860-3300m||237km||Rousses Massif|
|St Anton||1304m||1304-2811m||305km||Ski Arlberg|