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TOP 5 Family & Adventure French Alps Summer Holidays

Summer is the perfect family time – no school for kids and you’re probably counting hours until your vacation starts. If you love mountains and active recreation, we have 4 words for you: French Alps summer holidays! In this article we have summarized our TOP 5 of the best French Alps summer resorts. Read on, choose your favourite one and have amazing French Alps summer holidays with lots of adventures!   #5 Les Menuires – For Kids of All Ages

Thank you for an Amazing Ski Season 2017!

Ski season 2017 reaches its end and we wanted to say a huge thanks to everyone for being with us and rating us on platforms like TripAdvisor.com and Feefo.com. 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

Guide to Alpine Skiing Holiday from Australia

Northerners often dream about a never-ending summer. But for you, as an Australian, your dream vacation is probably some place full of snow. You’ve decided to go the the Alps – the perfect choice! Go on with this article and read some helpful advice on how to make your trip as easy as possible and what’s in offer around and about the Alps. Besides skiing, of course.   Top Tourist Attractions in the Alps Coming to the Alps from Australia

How to store ski & snowboard equipment in the off-season

It is official – the ski season is over, my friend. It is time to say goodbye to your awesome skis, snowboard, jacket and boots. So the next question is: how and where am I supposed to put all that stuff? Of course, you can just leave it in the garage and deal with it when the snow starts to fall, but you won’t be happy when you’ll see it next time. Why? Because moisture and dirt can do more

Alps2Alps choice: TOP 3 spa retreats in the Alps

Spring is the best time to renew and rejuvenate your body and soul for the upcoming summer season so it’s time for vacation! You can still ski in March and April and yet enjoy the nature’s awakening, but, we know, skiing probably isn’t the first thing on your mind when it comes to relaxing vacation. But what if we told you that you can have it all – an active day on the slopes, breathtaking views, bit of greenery peeking

Which ski town to choose? A guide for your next great ski trip to Alps!

One of the most frequently asked questions when planning a ski trip is “Where’s the best skiing in the Alps?” As you can imagine, it’s not a question with an easy answer. Given that the Alps are very broad and they cover eight different countries, it is very difficult to list the best ski resorts in one article. To make the task easier, we created 5 different categories – the most modern town, the most historic town, a wallet friendly

How to Organize the Best Skiing Holiday in The Alps

If you are a novice skier, you definitely have heard people going on and on about how much they love skiing. Have you decided it’s time to join in the fun? If so, then you should know a few things in order to really enjoy your skiing vacation. If you already have an experience in organizing a holiday trip, that’s alright, because repetition is the mother of all learning, right? Choose the right ski resort The first and most important

Want to be amazing at snowboarding? Here is how!

So you have mastered the basics of snowboarding, you’re linking turns and feel confident on your board? Great! Then you are ready to move on and try out some of our intermediate snowboarding tips, because there’s nothing better than nailing a new trick, tearing up a new run or hitting a new feature for the first time. Of course, these tips can’t take the place of a great snowboard instructor, but will give you some things to think about when

Alpine Learning Curves: The Fun Ski School in Portes du Soleil

Alpine Learning Curves is a ski school based in Les Gets, Morzine and Avoriaz. We had a chat with Joe Beer, who teaches Alpine & Telemark Skiing. Let’s learn more from an expert! 1) How long have you been qualified as a ski instructor? I’m into my 32nd season, with 3 in the southern hemisphere in NZ, the rest in Europe. 2) What’s the best thing about being a ski instructor? The travel opportunities, I’ve been around the world skiing and