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Conquer the slopes and aprés ski in Chamonix

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March 14 - 19 2023

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French Alps and Apres Ski

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Adventure, and après-ski, awaits you in this quaint French village at the base of Mont Blanc.

Chamonix

Over My Head

Chamonix is home to two world-renowned cable cars, the Brevent line and Aiguille du Midi line. Both offer stunning 360° views of Mont Blanc and the valley. While the Brevent is often less crowded, the Aiguille du Midi is the highest point reachable by cable car in the area and holds the world record for highest vertical climb.

Mer de Glace

All aboard the ice train headed straight for the largest glacier in all of France. It's like a museum inside of an ice sculpture. Each summer it is recarved for tourists like us to marvel at all the shades of blue. Talk about a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Adrenaline Junkies

Alpine skiing isnt the only thrilling activity that Chamonix offers. In the winter, adventure seekers can find whatever their heart desires, from cross-country skiing, freeriding, snowshoeing, snowboarding, or if you want to get real fancy, skiing while being pulled by a horse, also known as skijoring.

Gold, Silver, Bronze

A bit of knowledge for you history lovers. Chamonix was the host of the 1924 Olympic Games in January and February, which went so well that it became officially known as the first ever Winter Olympics. An American speed skater won the first ever Winter gold. It's been a popular resort town ever since.

Ain’t No Mountain High Enough

There's no better place to get your European winter vibe fix than Chamonix, a quaint little village right at the base of Mont Blanc. You’ll be skiing down Western Europe's tallest peak; talk about big mountain energy. The Chamonix Valley contains multiple slope areas, making it one of the most popular destinations in Europe for powder shredders of all levels and an ideal location for a bumping daily après-ski. 

For those of you looking for a serious challenge, it’s a legendary location for some of the toughest off-piste skiing around the world. And if you’re a beginner snow bunny, Chamonix offers a few areas to hone your craft, one even including the famous magic carpet. With over 105 miles of terrain, no matter which trail you decide to take, the ride will be one to remember. 

Get in my belly

We'll be spending our days knocking back brew-skis with our fondue. It’s all about warming comfort food in the chilly Alps. The variety is almost as large as the different slopes. Feeling fancy? Check out some Michelin-star establishments. Or hit up a local French restaurant for their 'Plat du Jour' (dish of the day), usually made up of meat, potatoes, and veggies. The building blocks of every hearty meal.

Looking for a refreshing beverage post-meal? Good thing this is après-ski central. We wouldn’t be surprised if Chamonix invented the après-ski -- it’s that good. Expect tables to be danced on, drinks to flow freely, and a party scene that goes well into the wee hours. It’s a bad place to be a beer. 

We’ve Got What You Need

With the tallest mountain in Europe waiting for you to tear up, slope-front accommodation, lift tickets at the ready, fitness programming by some of the best coaches in the industry, spa access to relieve your sore muscles, and much more included in our Chamonix ski travel experience, there is no need for you to look further for your once-in-a-lifetime trip.

Chamonix is where nature and tradition blend with sports and leisure. It offers you the opportunity to take a step back, connect with your inner adrenaline junkie, and create moments you’ll share around the dinner table for years to come. It’s a place that reminds you that there really can be more to life than the 9-to-5. And who doesn’t need a little break from reality once in a while? Join us. The slopes are calling; will you answer?

HIGHLIGHTS

Glacier Trains

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Thermal Spas

Alpine Charcute

Snow Games

Mountain Hikes

Chalet Vibes

Mountain selfies

Ice Caves

Swiss Chocolate

Trick Daddies

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The Location

Fly to Geneva into Genève Aéroport (GVA); from there, you will be shuttled to the stunning Chamonix-Mont-Blanc. The base camp of Chamonix is the highest summit in the Alps - the panoramic views from the peaks are like non-other. 

The town of Chamonix is a bustling Alpine town surrounded by breathtaking scenery. With tons of bars, restaurants & shops, Chamonix has developed a reputation for being the sports capital of the world. 

Our Accomodations

Plan B Hotel has a view of Mont-Blanc and is a short 5-minute walk from the lift. There really is nothing more you want for a ski trip!

Money in the French Alps

The local currency in France is Euros. However, most French establishments do not accept international currency outside banks or money exchange institutions. 

We suggest bringing about €300 to €400 to use at bars and a few of our dinners (bring more if you're worried about running out!), but otherwise, we've got you covered! For reference, the average price of an alcoholic drink is €8. 

There are ATMs in the town of Chamonix, but we urge you to prepare and withdraw cash before the start of the trip!

Fuelling Our Bodies

Many local foods in the town of Chamonix are best-enjoyed post-winter activities! From raclette, grilled cheese cooked at your table, to fondue, to brasserie, grilled meat cooked at your table, or tartiflette, a layered potato, cheese, and bacon dish, these warm dishes are all best enjoyed with friends on a cold day! 

Don't forget about hot chocolate and warm drinks too! You'll need lots of those to warm up. 

There will also be non-cheesy dishes mixed into our diet - got to keep it balanced!

Let's Talk Water

Tap water is safe to drink, but it is heavily chlorinated. Often, it is suggested to drink filtered or mineral water. However, this is pure preference!

Safety in the French Alps

Chamonix is very safe for tourists, as it is located in a valley in the french alps. There is a very low crime. However, we suggest leaving all important items in the safe while we are out exploring - but maybe keep your Yeezys and nice jewelry at home!

With a trip of this nature, skiing can be dangerous. Make sure you feel comfortable on skis!

Fly to Geneva into Genève Aéroport (GVA); from there, you will be shuttled to the stunning Chamonix-Mont-Blanc. The base camp of Chamonix is the highest summit in the Alps - the panoramic views from the peaks are like non-other. 

The town of Chamonix is a bustling Alpine town surrounded by breathtaking scenery. With tons of bars, restaurants & shops, Chamonix has developed a reputation for being the sports capital of the world. 

Plan B Hotel has a view of Mont-Blanc and is a short 5-minute walk from the lift. There really is nothing more you want for a ski trip!

The local currency in France is Euros. However, most French establishments do not accept international currency outside banks or money exchange institutions. 

We suggest bringing about €300 to €400 to use at bars and a few of our dinners (bring more if you're worried about running out!), but otherwise, we've got you covered! For reference, the average price of an alcoholic drink is €8. 

There are ATMs in the town of Chamonix, but we urge you to prepare and withdraw cash before the start of the trip!

Many local foods in the town of Chamonix are best-enjoyed post-winter activities! From raclette, grilled cheese cooked at your table, to fondue, to brasserie, grilled meat cooked at your table, or tartiflette, a layered potato, cheese, and bacon dish, these warm dishes are all best enjoyed with friends on a cold day! 

Don't forget about hot chocolate and warm drinks too! You'll need lots of those to warm up. 

There will also be non-cheesy dishes mixed into our diet - got to keep it balanced!

Tap water is safe to drink, but it is heavily chlorinated. Often, it is suggested to drink filtered or mineral water. However, this is pure preference!

Chamonix is very safe for tourists, as it is located in a valley in the french alps. There is a very low crime. However, we suggest leaving all important items in the safe while we are out exploring - but maybe keep your Yeezys and nice jewelry at home!

With a trip of this nature, skiing can be dangerous. Make sure you feel comfortable on skis!

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