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Off-piste skiing in Champoluc

Off-piste skiing in Champoluc

Nicky Holford

Easy cruising in the shadow of the Matterhorn

Easy cruising in the shadow of the Matterhorn

On our approach to Cervinia, the banks of snow pushed up by snowploughs along the road and the trees coated in snow, gave great cause for excitement. I felt an early start coming on for the next morning……

Mountains and Roman ruins in the Aosta Valley ski resort of Pila

Mountains and Roman ruins in the Aosta Valley ski resort of Pila

The next stop on our Aosta Valley tour was Pila, a little-known resort reached either by road up a vast number of switchbacks, or by a gondola which starts in the stunning former Roman city of Aosta, the…

Off-piste in Courmayeur

Off-piste in Courmayeur

Courmayeur may be renowned for gourmet food and fur-clad weekending Milanese, but it also has some amazing off-piste

Loving Les Gets…all over again

Loving Les Gets…all over again

A decade since their first visit, the Moore family head back to French family ski resort Les Gets

Half-term family skiing in the Haute Maurienne Vanoise

Half-term family skiing in the Haute Maurienne Vanoise

By Jon Chittock, dad of Azara, 11 Twenty years of skiing in Alps and I’ve tried pretty much every combination of ski trip, from independent, budget self-catering to luxury packages. Luxury is relative…

Christmas family skiing in France

Christmas family skiing in France

By Ben Moore of family ski website paralleltrails.co.uk It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. Apologies Mr Dickens for stealing one of your opening lines, but it sums up perfectly what families…

Time to aim high for Easter

Time to aim high for Easter

I’m no meteorologist or climate change scientist but I have been family skiing for ten years and there have unquestionably been some changes to snow conditions over that period. For many years, when…

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