SkiWeekends has launched its new 2021-22 winter holidays in the French and Swiss Alps, with 10 fully catered chalets in Courchevel Moriond (1650), Avoriaz and Morzine, plus a number of hotels across 21 resorts.
The writers at The Luxury Ski Show, the UK's only virtual luxury snow event, explain why ski chalets make a great investment, how to make the most money from your mountain property and the best ski resorts for your budget.
Proving that small can be beautiful, Albiez offers traditional family skiing amid truly dazzling scenery, with easy access to extra terrain in nearby Les Sybelles.
Sunshine guaranteed on this south-facing plateau in the Grandes Rousses Massif. Known for its vertical drops and the longest piste in the world.
Arêches-Beaufort ski station and authentic village in the unspoilt Beaufortain region of the Alps.
The small ski resort of Argentière is situated in the heart of the Chamonix Valley. Expert skiers come here for its off-piste skiing on Les Grand Montets. Skiers based in Chamonix can access the slopes via the free shuttle bus.
High altitude ski-in ski-out, car-free resort in the Portes du Soleil. Varied terrain for intermediates, plenty for advanced skiers and fantastic for boarders. Lively nightlife.
Situated in the Trois-Vallées (the world's biggest ski area), Brides-les-Bains offers great accommodation choices at low cost.
A well-planned selection of groomed pistes served by an efficient lift system will appeal to recreational family skiers looking for a relaxed, uncomplicated experience.
Modern skiing was born in the Chamonix Valley, and now it’s world famous among serious skiers - find out why.