Here are some of your reviews:
- “Excellent Service from Munich and Geneva”;
- “Impeccable transfer between Munich airport and St. Anton. Nice clean 8 seater minivans, very friendly punctual drivers”;
- “’Professional, affordable and super efficient”;
- “On time, reasonable and polite. What’s not to like”.
Thank you very much – such reviews is what keeps us going to provide the best possible service!
Ski Shop – Our Greatest Accomplishment of Ski Season 2017
We sure have had an amazing ski season 2017 with lots of adventures as well as great accomplishments – we are really proud of opening our ski shop!
- Ski rental;
- Snowboard rental;
- Equipment rental;
- Guided fittings;
- Useful advice from our staff who are all passionate skiers.
We’re very enthusiastic about our project “Ski Shop” and we are constantly working on it to be able to offer you the best possible ski rental option!
Overview of Ski Season 2017
But before we wrap ski season 2017 up, let’s have a look at some of our most favourite ski resorts. Here’s what we’ve summarized:
- Brief overview of how things went during ski season 2017;
- Amazing pictures taken by some of our best transfer drivers;
- When does the ski season end in those ski resorts.
Read on and see if we’ve included the one you visited!
Avoriaz, Portes du Soleil
Was ski season 2017 the one that you tried one of the steepest slopes in Europe – La Chavanette or “The Swiss Wall” in Avoriaz? If not, that’s OK, we’ll be happy to take you there next season! We are sure they’ll have another amazing music programme, because this year we had:
- Rock The Pistes Festival;
- France Bleu Live Festival;
- Rock On Snowboard Tour and Go Up Party.
End of ski season 2017 in Avoriaz: April 23.
Flaine, Grand Massif
What a blast we had at Flaine ski resort! This ski resort plans to end ski season 2017 on April 23, and it’s been our greatest pleasure (still is and will be next season, too) to provide you with airport transfers to this snowy paradise!
La Plagne, Paradiski
Everyone who spent a ski holiday in La Plagne during ski season 2017 will agree that it was a true winter wonderland! With so much snow and sun, could it be any different? The end of ski season in La Plagne will be celebrated with an amazing Closing Party on April 22.
Les Arcs, Paradiski
It’s a fact – Les Arcs has had a wonderful ski season 2017. Full of snow and many events like:
- Winter Film Festival
- Arc 1950 Freeride Week 2017
- The Great British Celebration
Flaine marks April 22 as the end of ski season, but we’re certain that the ski season 2017/2018 will just as impressive!
Les Menuires, 3 Valleys
The entire 3 Valleys area had a spectacular ski season 2017 and the laid back Les Menuires ski resort was no exception! End of April is one of the most popular ski resort closing dates in French Alps, and Les Menuires too will end ski season 2017 on April 21.
Megeve, Ski Pass Mont Blanc
When it comes to Megeve, no questions asked – we are sure you had some excellent #MegeveMoments! With all the luxury and first-class service one would have a great time even with no snow at all, right? They’ve already ended ski season 2017 on April 17, and we’ll be glad to take you there also next season 🙂
Meribel, 3 Valleys
Meribel, the Heart of the 3 Valleys, has decided on April 23 as the end of ski season. But they sure have had a swarming and diverse ski calendar on top of not only flawless slopes, but also countless après-ski possibilities.
Hope you enjoyed them all:
- Aérosnow show;
- 3 Vallées Enduro 2017 competition;
- Amazing facilities of the Olympic Centre;
- Museum in the village of Allues;
- Magical horse-sleigh tour.
Tignes, L’Espace Killy
There are two great news when it comes to Tignes. First, there is still time to have a ski holiday here, because the end of ski season is only on May 8! Second, although there is an official end date set to ski season 2017, Tignes is one of those snow-sure resorts that offers glacier skiing also during the summer!
Val Thorens, 3 Valleys
Val Thorens definitely was among the most popular airport transfer destinations during ski season 2017 and we were happy to drive you there. In fact, we still are, because they have market May 1 as their end of ski season. And, of course, we are more than certain that their ski calendar for the next ski season 2017/2018 will be as spectacular as this year’s!
Once again – thank you very much for an amazing ski season 2017 from the whole Alps2Alps Transfers team! It’s a wrap! See you next ski season in the Alps, friends! 🙂