During your holiday in Les Deux Alpes, don’t miss the chance to cross the ski area first thing in the morning with Premières Traces.
With “Operation Avalanche Rescue Dog”, discover a day in the life of a dog handler and his canine partner, and share some special time with a safety theme.
All of Europe has reserved Saturday, February 29th and Sunday, March 1st for a new edition of this first phase of the most popular amateur snowboard series in the Zillertal Alps.
Grandvalira is the largest ski resort in the Pyrenees and is a vast playing field for snow sport lovers. The entire family can become immersed in the joys of winter sports.
On 14 and 15 March, the well-known Austrian resort of Saalbach-Hinterglemm will be hosting the Freeride Testival, an event-packed celebration of freeriding.
Want to see the mountains from a new perspective? There’s an adventure to be had in Veysonnaz, with introductory sessions to ski touring available all season.
Perched at an altitude of 1,440 metres on the Italian side of the Petit Saint-Bernard pass, La Thuile has packed this season with events and activities.
Some say the Alps is where the Tour is won. Mountains stages are very hard on riders as steep roads require a higher cadence – not to mention the low-oxygen conditions. Such parameters make it the perfect place for riders to attack and put on a show for the crowd. On July 26th, the riders will cycle through Aussois, then face the mythical Col de la Madeleine and Col de l’Iseran to finally cross the finish line in Tignes in the afternoon.
The winter sports resort Gérardmer is often called “Pearl of the Vosges” and is a great place to discover. Just relax and take some time to appreciate how nice the scenery is.
Cauterets is not only a spa town with nice and beautiful houses from the nineteenth century, it is also known for its ski resort! Both alpine skiers (resort called Cirque de Lys) and nordic skiers (resort called Pont d’Espagne) will be pleased in Cauterets.