Ski Weekends, Midweeks & Short Ski Breaks for Winter 2022
With a choice of 3-day midweek (Monday – Thursday) and 4-day ski weekends (Thursday – Monday) in ski resorts close to Geneva airport, we offer some of the most convenient, good-value short ski break holidays in France. Our inclusive packages make it as easy as possible for you to enjoy 3 or 4 days’ skiing and snowboarding whilst making the most of your limited time off work.
Alongside our established catered chalet-hotel ski and snowboard weekends and short breaks in La Clusaz & Le Grand Bornand, we have also increased our choice of traditional French ski resorts with quick airport transfers, and expanded our range of ski chalet-hotels & hotels to include 2-star, 3-star and 4-star options.
Coronavirus & Skiing Update
19 Jan 2022 – Following the re-opening of borders we are optimistic about being able to offer our full Ski Weekender programme across all our resorts in France during the remaining months of Winter 2022.
We fully appreciate that there remains a degree of uncertainty around travel and we would like to reassure you that we understand those concerns. We have provided a range of information in order to openly and honestly inform you of the most important issues to consider when planning your short ski break, and when booking future international travel.
For details of our transparent and up-front approach and to see our Covid policy please visit our Covid Info here >>>
Ski Weekends, Ski Midweeks, Ski Weeklongs – Our 2022 Short Ski Breaks
4 days’ skiing
Just a few days off work
Thursday – Monday format
Prices from £529 pp
3 day ski breaks
Quiet slopes, cheaper travel
Monday – Thursday format
Prices from £339 pp
7 day skiing holidays
Same great service, for longer
Mon-Mon / Thur-Thur format
Prices from £839 pp
Included in all prices: ski lift pass (full region), a catered chalet-hotel or hotel stay & short airport transfers from Geneva
Amazing Resorts, Great Chalets & Hotels, Ski Lift Pass & Airport Transfers Included
Fully-Supported Ski Weekends & Short Ski Breaks at the Aravis Lodge
Our long-running ‘Classic’ format of fully-supported ski weekends and midweeks has been perfected at the Aravis Lodge, Ski Weekender’s home base in the stunning Annecy-Aravis mountains, which gives access to skiing in both La Clusaz and Le Grand Bornand.
It’s a fantastic choice for fun chalet-style ski holidays with a relaxed, sociable atmosphere and the full support of the dedicated, attentive Ski Weekender team onsite, which offers many extra benefits you won’t find anywhere else!
Also, the video below features the Aravis Lodge, and some of the 2018 – 2019 winter team who took such good care of our guests, as well as footage of the incredible scenery and skiing available in both Aravis-based ski resorts, that you can experience for yourself on one of our ski weekends and short ski breaks.
Independent Ski Weekends & Short Ski Breaks with all the Essentials Included
Alternatively, our ‘Lite‘ format runs at a range of carefully selected partner hotels, most of which are in a traditional Savoyarde style located in picturesque Alpine villages, with great access to the slopes.
The hotel teams offer our Ski Weekender guests a warm and friendly welcome, whilst providing a more authentic French ski holiday experience which you just don’t find in many of the larger resorts.
This is an ideal option for skiers still looking for a convenient ski weekend holiday or midweek break with all the essentials included in their package as standard, yet on a more independent basis, so that you can be sure of a great value short ski break in the French Alps.
How a Ski Weekender Short Ski Break or Weeklong Ski Holiday Works
All you need to do is choose ski holiday dates from one of our 3-day midweeks, 4-day weekends or 7-day weeklongs; pick a convenient resort in the French Alps and choose which of our outstanding accommodations you’d like to stay at.
Then arrange your own flights to Geneva to fit in with our transfer windows on our fixed Monday / Thursday change-over days – giving you more flexibility of where you fly from and when in that time period you choose to fly.
Find out more about travelling to your resort here >>>
So please contact us, we’d love to help make your next ski trip your best ever…
Ski Weekender breaks come with…
- Lift pass included and ready for you on arrival at your accommodation
- Airport transfer included in our generous transfer window, on our fixed Monday / Thursday change-over days
- Catered chalets / hotels – some are B&B-only, most are half-board
- Short airport transfers via Geneva of 1hr
…from just £339 per person
The Best Ski Resorts in the French Alps for Short Ski & Snowboard Weekend Breaks
Amazing skiing for all ability levels, great snow record, a picture-postcard village and all of this just 1 hour’s transfer from Geneva airport.
La Clusaz is a hidden-gem amongst ski resorts… come share the secret!
Le Grand Bornand
No lift queues, friendly locals, reasonable prices… not to mention skiing some of the best groomed, quietest ski slopes you can find.
Le Grand Bornand will show you a different side of skiing in France.
Access to a huge ski area, including Morillon, Les Carroz & Flaine, paired with a resort town that’s also classed as a historic monument!
Samoëns is the perfect base to explore the amazing Grand Massif ski area.
A traditional mountain town, with quick gondola access to the vast and varied skiing area covering 445km of the Evasion Mont Blanc.
Just an hour from Geneva – ski St Gervais, Megève and more!
An often under-rated ski area which benefits from its close proximity to Mont Blanc, providing an enviable snow record and stunning views.
A very convenient resort perfect for a ski short break!
Villages don’t get much more traditional than this – but with huge off-piste and ski touring potential, its an adventurers’ playground.
A quiet resort full of Alpine charm waiting to be discovered.
Our Latest News, Recent Articles and Videos, Direct from the Aravis Mountains…
The village of Le Grand Bornand has been confirmed as hosting World Cup Biathlon in future years.
Each December the resort will play host to a stage of the IBU Biathlon World Cup until 2025.
There’s so much uncertainty around skiing in 2020/21 – due to Covid-19 and travel challenges.
If you are able to make it – then here are our 10 Top-Tips for Skiing in France this coming winter ski season.
An update from Paul at Ski Weekender’s home base in the French Alps.
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