New tour op Ski Champoluc has launched

21st February 2022, by Dave Watts

Ski Champoluc founder Simon Brown (right) with his resort team

Ski Champoluc founder Simon Brown (right) with his resort team

There’s no better ski area in Europe for skiing perfectly groomed, very quiet pistes than Italy’s Monterosa ski area, which spans three lift- and piste-linked valleys . If you want a few days away doing that, then come here for a mid-week break (at weekends it gets busier with weekenders from Milan and Turin). It has wonderful off-piste to suit all standards too.

Stay in the charming, quiet, unspoilt, traditionally Italian resort of Champoluc and let tour operator Ski Champoluc organise your stay. I’ve enjoyed several stays there over the years (read my most recent blog here – that was when Ski 2 still existed but you can now get the same experiences staying with Ski Champoluc).

Ski Champoluc is a new, fully bonded, tour operator that specialises in Champoluc. It is run by Simon Brown who, for over 20 years, was co-owner of Ski 2, which also specialised in Champoluc. Sadly Ski-2 decided to close its operation last year. But thankfully Simon has now started up Ski Champoluc.

Simon and his small team know Champoluc like the backs of their hands, live in the resort during the winter and offer a choice of over 20 hotels from 2- to 5-star. All their holidays are fully flexible and can be for any number of nights.

Clients arrange their own flights to airports such as Milan and Turin and Ski Champoluc arranges transfers. It specialises in personal service and can advise on all aspects of the resort – such as where to go skiing, restaurants and bars. Its prices include a courtesy minibus service within the resort, lunch vouchers that are accepted at many mountain restaurants and a ski and boot room right below the main lift to leave your kit in overnight. Ski Champoluc also has its own ski and boot rental shop.

Simon says “It has been a challenge starting up a new business during the Covid crisis. But all in all, I am happy with the way the first year is going – January was quiet but we have about 150 guests over the February half term weeks and March and Easter are looking good. The locals have been very supportive, and we have some great deals on offer.”

“For three weeks over Easter, we’ve organised 10am to 3pm ski school sessions for kids, including lunchtime supervision.”

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