3 day Ski Midweek Itinerary
Now in our eleventh year, we know what works for a 3 day ski or snowboard break. Everything is designed to maximise you time on the slopes and minimise the amount you have to think about! Here is how it works:
Monday evening, arrive
We will meet you at Geneva airport for the free transfer back to resort – all under one hour away. You will arrive at the chalet in time to enjoy a 3 course dinner or late supper (depending on your arrival time) with a glass or two of wine. We will have your lift pass waiting for you with piste maps which you can discuss with our friendly team over a night cap, ensuring you are set to catch the first lift on Tuesday morning. A convenient ski hire solution is available either onsite or nearby, so as not to waste any of your time.
Tuesday, ski all day
After breakfast, you will be ready to head straight out to the slopes. You might like to join your ski host who will spend a sociable day showing you around the resort, ensuring you never need to look at your piste map unless you want to during your coffee or lunch stops.
The slopes will be a lot quieter during the week – with no queues and wide empty pistes, which is reason enough to take a ski midweek holiday we think!
At the end of the day, head back to the chalet for afternoon tea and cakes. If you have the energy, we also take people snow shoeing or sledging, complete with mulled wine. Otherwise relax in the lounge or take a sauna and shower before enjoying an aperitif followed by your 3 course dinner with wine.
Wednesday, ski all day
Spend the day skiing (with our ski hosts again if you wish), and arrive home for afternoon tea as normal. Wednesday night is kitchen night off allowing you to visit one of the excellent nearby restaurants to enjoy a local speciality.
Thursday, ski all day and return home
Enjoy the whole day skiing or snowboarding before returning to the chalet for tea and cakes. You can then shower and change before departing on our free transfer to catch your evening flight home from Geneva.
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|La Clusaz and Le Grand Bornand|
|Samoens and Grand Massif|
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