Fifty shades of white
You don’t have to be a skier to enjoy the magic of winter in the mountains. Snow-shoeing will get you to places even skiers never see – or you can try dog-sledding, ski-joëring, ice-climbing, snow-skooting and a whole lot more.
More fun in the snow
Here are some great winter activities to experience - and where you'll find them.
French Pyrenees lead the way in this exhilarating sport
Try winter canyoning as part of a multi-activity holiday in the Luchon area in the French Pyrenees with The Adventure Creators adventure holiday specialists.
A Guide for Beginners
Simply Savoie’s snowshoe walks leader Mark Tennent gives us the snowshoe basics - technique, equipment and other tips for the beginner.
Challenge yourself and give it a go
When you feel the call of the wild nothing campares to the sensation of gliding silently through a snowy landscape behind an eager team of sled-dogs.
We take a look at how snowshoeing with a guide in the Pyrenees can give you the freedom to explore these magnificent peaks alongside a small group of people who share your sense of adventure.
Long distance walking in winter
Experience a six-day snowshoeing adventure traversing the Chartreuse, the stunning limestone massif and Natural Regional Park in the French Alps.
A different kind of vertical
Ice-climbing is a challenging but accessible sport which is possible during the coldest winter months in the Alps. A beginners' guide by specialists Undiscovered Alps.