Traverse a Alps from Courchevel to Chamonix on a Ski Safari

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Most ski holidays are spent in a same resort, skiing a same runs, apres during a same bars and a chalet horde rustling adult something sincerely identical each night. If we are a bit wearied of all that because not try a Ski Safari?

Ski Safaris are an sparkling approach to try some-more of a plateau and supplement a whole lot of journey to your ski holiday.

Touring in a Savoie
Touring in a Savoie (c) Mountain Tracks

One of a best Ski Safaris to start with is a Courchevel to Chamonix channel that takes 6 days. This travels from a far-reaching pistes of Courchevel in a French Alps on a corner of a World’s biggest ski area, Les Trois Vallées (The Three Valleys), before skiing over from La Plagne to Les Arcs in a outrageous Paradiski area with rolling meadows and tree skiing. From there we transport to Sainte Foy, a dark gem for off piste and furloughed for a day. Next adult on a bulletin is a desirable La Rosiere, from here we ski over into a Italian Alps review of La Thuile.

After La Thuile a Italian partial of a journey continues with a day debate around Punta Croce to Courmayeur where we spend a subsequent day enjoying a balmy tree skiing of one of Italy’s best resorts and substantially a best lunch of a trip!

Skinning in a Italian Alps
Skinning in a Italian Alps (c) Mountain Tracks

The grand culmination of this extraordinary journey is a bucket list skirmish of a Vallee Blanche to Chamonix where we can applaud a illusory area in a sharp-witted collateral of a Alps.

As good as being a good approach to try a Alps it is an ideal introduction to ski touring. Whilst many of a debate uses lift systems, a Sainte Foy day allows we to find your feet furloughed off piste and a Punta Croce is an glorious intro turn debate with only 500m of climb that rewards we with an 800m skirmish into Arpy. There’s zero severely technical on this channel and with IFMGA Mountain Guides heading a approach we won’t even have to lift out a piste map!.

Endless powder in Sainte Foy
Endless powder in Sainte Foy (c) Mountain Tracks

Whilst a journey of skiing right opposite a alps is apparently a prominence of a outing there will also be opportunities to try lots of internal speciality French and Italian food, suffer a opposite apres-ski on offer in a resorts and urge your off-piste technique along a way, and to tip it all off we don’t even need to worry about your luggage as that will be eliminated between a hotels during a trip.

The Courchevel to Chamonix Ski Safari runs from Saturday 27th Jan to Saturday 3rd Feb with Mountain Tracks for £1,595. The cost includes half-board hotel accommodation.

CLICK HERE to book a Mountain Tracks Ski Safari

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