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James “Woodsy” Woods top tips : How to perfect tricks in the park.

James “Woodsy” Woods top 6 tips to nailing a trick

During this winter our resort reporter Eloise was lucky enough to meet up with  Team GB Olympian James “Woodsy” Woods. Woodsy was in Méribel for a bit of skiing shortly after bagging Gold in the Big Air at the 2017 Winter X Games Aspen.

James Woods Meribel

Woodsy started out on Sheffield Dry Ski Slope as a teenager and has quickly taken himself to the top of his game. On the way, he has won FIS medals, finished 5th in slopestyle at the Winter Olympics in Sochi and has legions of fans across the world.

When Eliose caught up with Woodsy at the Méribel Planks Clothing store she didn’t waste the opportunity and got him to share his top tips on perfecting tricks in the park.

1. Look where you are going & let your eyes do the trick:

Wherever the eyes go the body follows, looking where you are going and spotting your landing is the most important thing when setting out to do a trick.

2. Finger guns:

Point your fingers out in front of you as if you are going to shoot something – this is where your hands should be.

3. Hold the box:

Imagine you are holding the corners of a box in front of you, this helps to keep your shoulders and body open.

4. Z legs:

Your legs need to be z-shaped, pushing your shins into the front of your boots.

5. Imagine you’re an apple:

When you throw an apple it doesn’t change its rotation mid-air. You should do the same, imagine you are an apple and continue your rotation.

6. If landing switch look back up the hill:

When landing backwards it is easy to be nervous and land at an angle, spot your landing then immediately look back up the hill to straighten out the landing so you are on both feet.


Quick Guide to Méribel Snow Parks

Meribel is home to one of the best Freestyle Snow Parks in Europe…DC Area 43.

DC Area 43 currently has something for everyone, with a mini-pipe, super-pipe, side hips, rails, boxes  and kickers (jumps) for intermediate – advanced park skier/boarders. The main drop into the park has a choice of 4 courses, on the left beginner/intermediate boxes, next blue and red kickers and sectioned off on the right a pro-line set up with multiple features. This truly is a park for all standards.

A GUIDE TO SNOW PARKS IN THE 3 VALLEYS

Then you get to the hut/picnic area, this year it supports WiFi, weekly entertainment with prizes, such as DC merchandise, a fusball table and a perfect view of the whole park.

If you want to perfect your tricks in the parks of Méribel the give us a call on 0127 3466 535 or check out our catered ski chalets.

 


10 Inspiring Women in Winter Sports

In celebration of International Women’s Day this week, we researched some awesome female icons in the world of Winter Sports. These incredible women, dating back to the 1800’s, set the standards in all female mountain sports, ranging from; Mountain Climbing, Figure Skating, Alpine Ski Racing, Back Country Skiing and Freestyle.

In honour of International Women’s Day, here are 10 inspirational role models, giving Girl Power with an Alpine touch.

1. Marie Paradis and Henriette d’Angeville

Image from: wikipedia
Image from: wikipedia
Image from: wikipedia
Image from: wikipedia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marie Paradis was the first female to climb the famous Mont Blanc in 1808, during this time Chamonix was still under the reign of the Kingdom of Sardinia. This history changing female, succeeded the climb alongside mountain guide Jacques Balmat. The quirky fact in this story was the fashion… Marie Paradis did the whole thing in a dress! Thirty years later, Henriette d’Angeville was the second woman in history to climb Mont Blanc in 1883.

2. Sonja Henie

Image from: en.wikipedia.org -Sonja_Henie_1936
Image from: en.wikipedia.org -Sonja_Henie_1936

In 1924, the Winter Olympics was launched, women were only allowed to compete in one category – Figure Skating. At the young age of just 11 years old, Sonja Henie of Norway, competed alongside 13 other female competitors. In the 1928 Winter Olympics, Sonja went on to win Gold and in total won 3 Gold Medals over her Olympic career. There was controversy at the time around the length of her skirt, shorter than other competitors due to her age and size it was frowned upon. However, it is believed that a shorter skirt allowed her to incorporate more movement into her routine, such as spins and jumps. As a result, this iconic moment took Figure Skating to a new level with new attire!

3. Christl Cranz

Image from: europeana.eu
Image from: europeana.eu Christl Cranz

In 1936, the Winter Olympics was transformed with a new sport for females to take part in… Alpine Skiing: Alpine Combined (Slalom and Giant Slalom).
Christl Cranz of Germany was the first female to win a Gold Medal. This was the year for female competitors with over 500 women taking part. Christl Cranz then went on to win 13 World Championship titles.

4. Marielle Goitschel


This French female was originally born in Sainte-Maxine, however, moved to Val d’isere at a young age. The Goitschel family are well known for their talents in Alpine Ski racing, making it no surprise that Marielle became the second woman after Christl Cranz to win 11 World Championship medals in Alpine Ski Racing. To this day the Goitschel family are still based in the French Alps and have ski shops named after them in the resort of Val Thorens.

5. Janica Kostelic

Born in Croatia, Janica came from humble beginnings, during her European tour funding for accommodation was not available, so she and her family slept in a tent or their car during her competitions. Janica’s determination and drive to succeed landed her 4 Olympic Gold Medals. She is the only woman to have ever won 3 Gold Medals in one Winter Olympics (2002).

6. Julia Mancuso

World renowned American ski racer Julia Mancuso is a woman who never gives up, she is said to be one of the best female Alpine Ski Racers in the world. After 7 World Cup wins in Alpine Ski Racing, standing tall on the podium in 5 World Championships, winning 3 Olympic medals including GOLD in Giant Slalom in 2006, this lady knows how to win a ski race or two. Despite a hectic ski schedule she still finds time to enjoy surfing and paddling in Hawaii and is an ambassador for the High Fives Foundation supporting injured athletes.

7. Kelly Clark

This snowboarding role model has achieved the top of her game in Freestyle Snowboarding specialising in Half Pipe. She has had over 70 career wins – more than any Man or Woman. She is a 4 time Olympian and 3 time Medallist, wining Gold in the 2002 Winter Olympics Half Pipe. Kelly now focuses on her foundation, set up in 2010, her company motto is “Success starts with an opportunity to follow your dreams” and she is enabling young aspiring snowboarders to do just that.

8. Linsey Vonn

Possibly one of the most famous Female Alpine Skiers of this era, Lindsey Vonn is always making headlines. Vonn has just been granted the title of “most successful women’s skier of all time” by the Olympic organisation, after beating the World Record for 63 FIS World Cup victories which hasn’t been achieved since 1970’s by Austria’s Annemarie Moser-Pröll’s. Olympic Gold Medallist, and one of only 2 females to win the overall World Cup Championships, there really isn’t much this lady won’t do to succeed. She was awarded “Sports Woman of the year” at the Laureus World Sports Awards 2010 and despite her fair share of struggles due to injury has maintained her competitive drive and inspiring women.

9. Sarah Burke

This Canadian champion put Women’s Freestyle Skiing on the map. She campaigned for Freestyle Skiing to be in the 2014 Winter Olympics and succeeded in her cause. Four time Winter X Games Gold Medallist and World Championship skier in Half Pipe, Sarah Burke inspired thousands of women of all ages to follow their passion. Tragically Sarah Burke died during training in 2012. This devastating loss hit the Freestyle community hard, however, her legacy lives on inspiring females to take Freestyle skiing to another level. Lyndsey Dyer a creative film maker and famous Back Country skier dedicated her all female “Pretty Faces” ski film to Sarah Burke, this is a must see film for anyone who loves mountains, skiing and Girl Power.

10. Kelly Sildaru

The most recent female on our radar, Kelly Sildaru is a 14 year old Freestyle skier from Estonia.  Competing in Slopestyle, Sildaru is the youngest female to win a Gold medal in the 2017 Aspen Winter X Games. If that wasn’t enough she then continued being the first female to win 2 prizes at the X Games landing a Silver medal in Big Air. This talented teenager is one to watch for future Winter Olympics.

These inspiring women have excelled in the sport they love, and have motivated us to go out and challenge ourselves on the piste. This week we are very proud to announce that out of the 11 Alpine Action female staff that participated in the “Sheride Sessions, Slope Style competition” in Meribel’s Elements Park, 8 won prizes! Congratulations ladies representing International Women’s Day and Alpine Action. 


First ski holiday with children : Part 3 – Playing and relaxing

How I entertained my children when we weren’t skiing.

When you plan a holiday “relaxing” would probably appear in capital letters and a bold font in your word cloud. Another highlighted word will be your choice of activity, my guess is that for many people it would be “beach”. My choice is skiing. With its hot tubs, after exercise socialising and tranquil scenery this “extreme sport” holiday is a very relaxing way to spend a week, that is until you invite your young children along for the first time.

Read Part One      –       Read Part Two

The first few days of my holiday had already involved missed flights and manic rushes to ski school, allowing me to tick off the extreme part of my vacation checklist before I had even hit the slopes. I spent some time skiing with my wife, drinking wine and eating delicious food. Relaxing box ticked. This left me with only one part of the holiday brief left to fill, “Spending time with the Family”. Luckily in Méribel there is plenty to do to entertain the children.

Sledging

Playing with Albert Action

In my head sledging involved me standing around watching my 2 and 4 year old children slide down and then gleefully running back up with the sled in tow, repeatedly until exhausted. In reality it involved an argument over the sledge colour, me towing a convoy of child laden sledges across a variety of terrain followed by the children gleefully sliding down and me running back with a full sled in tow repeatedly until exhausted.

Like many other parents we also chose not to use the allocated tobogganing area to allow our children to play in. Instead we chose a spot that was less distance to get to but ultimately more perilous. This meant that in between being a human tow, I spent my time flinching and shouting “désolé” as a fine ballet of near misses involving skiers, snowboarders and underage sledgers was performed in front of me. Untill now I have often wondered who these type of families were.

Eating

In the UK there is no trust between restaurant owners and dinners, which is why we have seen a sharp decline, almost to the point of extinction, of the humble tablecloth. In France there is little evidence of the disappearance of either trust or tablecloths. For one lunch we headed to Le Refuge a favourite restaurant of mine that is full of tables with tablecloths on and delicious pizza.

I am the sort of parent that winces at badly behaved children in restaurants, when in fact it isn’t bad behaviour it is normal behaviour in an adult environment. When it comes to my own children I tend to eat fast, over compensate with politeness, while paralysed with embarrassment. With our children inevitably under the table tugging on a table cloth with more glassware than we currently own, I ate fast, apologised profusely and left with redder cheeks then I went in with.

Skiing

Outside of ski school I wanted to do some skiing with my daughter. The experience was similar to sledging in so much as I decided to return to the same location. Unsurprisingly after only two lessons she wasn’t quite ready for that mildly challenging red despite what my bravardad feelings were telling me. I spent a very happy afternoon towing my daughter up a mild incline and watching her straight line the slope while avoiding everyone that cut across her line.

Our 2 year old had made it abundantly clear that he wasn’t happy with the lack of skiing at the nursery he was attending. To make up for this I negotiated a loan of kit from my older child. He was thrilled and much better that I expected… maybe good enough for a difficult green?

Riding the lifts

It was agreed between us that on some of the afternoons one parent would head off and go skiing leaving the other to entertain the children. Sensibly, during her turn my wife opted for cake and games in the sanctity of the chalet. I thought I would show them the mountain. My goal was a voyage of discovery through the snowy peaks on gondola ships with a final destination of La Folie Douce. As a whole family we boarded the Saulire in Méribel centre.

Once at the top the doors opened and the wind rushed in to violate the safety of the telecabine. I realised quickly that this may not be the place for a 2 year old. Especially one that has a tendency to run towards the most perilous thing in the room, or beach, or field and now mountain top. As my wife skied away I bundled the children back into the lift where we spent an hour or so going round and round while we ate a picnic and spotted mummy an incredible amount of times.

For those of you that don’t know the Saluire Express passes over the top of the Folie Douce. We passed over it at least 6 times before I decide that it wasn’t my best idea to take the children there. They seemed happy enough in the bubble lift.

Just who you want share lift with!


There are loads of other things to do with your children when you are in Méribel : Ice Skating, swimming, soft play, Bowling and more. We were just too busy having our own fun to get round to doing it all.


Weekly Snow Report and Events in the 3 Valleys

The skies are looking moody in the 3 Valleys this week, as we eagerly anticipate the next snow fall. Conditions are still very good, with on-piste skiing compact and well groomed.

As we move into February, in preparation of the school holidays the children’s fun zones are really taking shape across the 3 Valleys. The Piste Inuit in Meribel’s Altiport is now up and running with lots of fun features and activities to entertain the whole family. The NEW Elements Park at the top of the Plan de l’homme chair lift, is also starting to take shape and we are awaiting the opening.

Temperatures are varied over the next 14 days with highs of around 8 degrees and lows of -3. However, towards the weekend we are seeing temperatures plummet with highs of -7 and lows of -11. Wind chill is forecast at a body shivering -18 for Saturday – don’t forget your ski buff!

Credit to: Snowforecast.com
Credit to: Le Meteo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Credit to: Le Meteo

The Meribel valley currently has a reading of 23cm of snow at resort level (1450m) and 100cm at Altitude (2700m).

The Courchevel valley currently has a reading of 80cm at resort level (1850m) and 170cm at Altitude (2700m).

Avalanche risk is 2 out of 5

We want to keep you up to date with weekly events and happenings in the 3 valleys so here are some of the best bits to get you in the winter holiday spirit…

What’s on this week in Meribel

Monday 30th
Live Music
Jacks Bar: Jay Tamkin – 5pm
Meribar: Conor Owen – 4:30pm
Evolution: Mardy Johnny Depps – 10pm

Tuesday 31st
Market day in Meribel centre

Live Music
Jacks Bar: Daisy B – 5pm
Lodge du Village: Bring Your Sisters – 4:30pm
Meribar: Hobo Chic – 4:30pm
Evolution: Hobo Chic – 10pm
Scotts: Sian Hayley-Smith – 10pm
Doron Pub: The Slopes 11pm
O’Sullivans: Bring Your Sisters – 12am

Wednesday 1st
Live Music
Jacks Bar: The Mardy Johnny Depps – 5pm & Wingmen – 6pm
Meribar: Bring Your Sisters – 4:30pm
The Rond Point: Bubble & Crisp – 5pm
Lodge du Village: Hobo Chic – 4:30pm
Doron Pub: Wingmen 11pm

Thursday 2nd
Himalaya by night: night sledging 5:30pm – 7:30pm Meribel Mottaret

♫Live Music♫
Jacks Bar: Hobo Chic – 5pm
Meribar: Blazin Strings – 4:30pm
Lodge du Village: Rob Cross – 4:30pm
Doron Pub: Gareth & Westy – 11pm
La Taverne: Bubble & Crisp – 10pm
Lodge du Village: Two Far Cajon – 10:30pm
O’Sullivan’s: Mountain Movers – 12am

Friday 3rd
♫Live Music♫
Meribar: Wingmen – 4:30pm

What’s on this week in La Tania

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Last minute availability

If you like what you see and want to escape rainy England for the snowy Alps, then check out our latest offers and availability. We have limited spaces in Meribel and La Tania from the 18th February onwards. Hopefully we will be welcoming you to the 3 Valleys soon!

 

 

 

 


Woodland Walks: Teppes Trail – La Tania

The beautiful thing about the 3 Valleys is there’s something for everyone. If you aren’t a skier/boarder or your body won’t allow the aches and pains that come with the sport, there is still so much to do. If  you love the mountains; scenery, crisp air, breath taking views and fabulous lunch spots, you can still experience this at a slower pace. There are some stunning walks around Meribel and La Tania to keep you more than entertained.

One of our hosts Adrian from Chalet Cote Coeur has been out of action due to injury. He and his partner Gemma decided to adventure around the local landscape and see what La Tania walking trails have to offer. We interviewed them to find out more, here is their account of the Teppes Trail a beautiful, snowy, woodland walk:

Teppes Trail, La Tania with Adrian and Gemma from Chalet Cote Coeur

Walking Trails: La Tania – CLICK PICTURE FOR FULL MAP

Starting out at the bottom of the Grand Bois lift, cross the bridge to the centre of the resort. Take a left towards the shops and walk up the steps between the Saucisse Savoyarde deli and and the Ski Lodge. Turn left at the top and follow the road for about 20 meters, then take a right up the steps leading to the Saboia residence. The top of these steps is the beginning of the Teppes trail. Follow the footpath through the woodland and enjoy your adventure!

 

 

 

 

 

Adrian and Gemma…What was your favourite part about the Teppes trail?
        When the trail went through the woods off the main track up to the picnic spot.

Those views!

Would you say this is an easy walk? If not what ability do you think suits this kind of walk?
       Yes I would say it was easy, Adrian managed to do it with a broken collarbone.

What attire would you recommend for the trail? For example: snow shoes, normal shoes, poles etc…                   We went in our snow boots, wore thermals, ski jackets and took ski poles. 

Are there any lunch/refreshment stops on the way?
       There is a picnic spot at the top of the trail with benches and a lovely view.

How long did the walk take you?
      It took us an hour to do the walk

 

Did you see any wildlife or interesting plants during your walk?
           We didn’t see any animals but we did see lots of animal tracks and there was an information board at the picnic spot telling you about the wildlife and plants. 

Would you say that La Tania is an easy access resort for non-skiers?
           Yes I would there are many walks that you can do in the woods and up the mountains so there is a lot of variety and there are many snow shoe walks in Le Praz that we want to do as well. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For more information on walking routes and alternative activities, check out our “Non-Skiers” pages on the Alpine Action website…
La Tania non-skiers: CLICK HERE

Meribel non-skiers: CLICK HERE


Weekly Snow Report and Events in the 3 Valleys

Coupe d’Europe de Ski Alpin: Credit to Merinet.com

It has been another fantastic week of skiing here in Meribel and La Tania after the dump of snow last week! We’ve been embracing the sunshine, cold temperatures and sharpening our ski edges in anticipation of welcoming the Alpine Skiing Europa Cup to Meribel.

We will be reporting on what is going on throughout the week in the Super G, Combined Super G / Slalom and Downhill racing. Keep an eye out on our Twitter @AlpineActionSki and Facebook for the latest news! The programme for the week is as follows:

Monday: Super G
Tuesday: Combined (Super G & Slalom
Wednesday: Downhill training
Thursday: Downhill
Friday: Downhill

The weather forecast is looking great for the event and anyone joining us in the Alps next week. This week light cloud coverage is in the valley until Tuesday. Wednesday on wards the cloud will lift leaving glorious sunshine for the rest of the week. Temperatures stay fairly cold for the first week with highs of – 1 and lows of – 7, wind chill is at – 12, still cold but warmer than last week.

Moving onto next week, we have highs of + 8 degrees and lows of – 9, so warming up slightly towards the end of the month.

Credit to: Snowforecast.com
7 day snow forecast Le Meteo
14 day forecast Le Meteo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Meribel valley currently has a reading of 30cm of snow at resort level (1450m) and 138cm at Altitude (2700m).

The Courchevel valley currently has a reading of 80cm at resort level (1850m) and 170cm at Altitude (2700m).

Avalanche risk is 3 out of 5

We want to keep you up to date with weekly events and happenings in the 3 valleys so here are some of the best bits to get you in the winter holiday spirit…

What’s on this week in Meribel

Monday 23rd

Europa Cup: Alpine Skiing – La Chaudanne, Stade below Roc de Fer chair lift

Live Music
Meribar: Conor Owen – 4:30pm
Jacks Bar: Rob Cross – 5pm
La Chaudanne: Celine Dos Santos – 7pm
Evolution: Mardy Johnny Depps – 10pm

Tuesday 24th

Live Music
Jacks Bar: Daisy B – 5pm
Lodge Du Village: Bring Yours Sisters – 4:30pm
Meribar: Hobo Chic
Evolution: Hobo Chic – 10pm
Scotts: Alex Davies – 10pm
Doron Pub: Bubble & Crisp 11pm

Wednesday 25th

Ice hockey match exhibition: 8:30pm at the Olympic centre 5 euros for adults, 3 euros for children.

Live Music
Jack Bar:The Mardy Johnny Depps – 5pm &  Wingmen – 6pm
Meribar: Bring Your Sisters – 4:30pm
The Rond Point: Bubble & Crisp – 5pm
Lodge Du Village: Sean Jackson – 4:30pm
Doron Pub: Wingmen – 11pm
La Chaudanne: Hobo Chic – 7pm

Thursday 26th

Himalaya by night: night sledging 5:30pm – 7:30pm, 1 run 5 euros 10 euros for the evening children under 13 go free!

Stand up Comedy: Jack Bars – 9pm

♫Live Music♫
Jacks Bar: Hobo Chic – 5pm
Meribar: Chop Shop – 4:30pm
Lodge Du Village: Buffos Wake – 4:30pm
Doron Pub: Bring Your Sisters – 11pm
La Taverne: Bubble & Crisp 10pm
Lodge Du Village: Wingmen 10:30pm

Friday 27th

La Follie Douce Meribel-Courchevel: Friday’s the place to ride party.

Saturday 28th

Chinese New Year @ La Follie Douce Meribel-Courchevel

♫Live Music♫
Evolution: Open mic night

Sunday 29th

♫Live Music♫
Doron Pub: DJ Kaya – 11pm
Evolution: Wingmen – 10pm
Jacks Bar: Shameless – 10:30pm
O’Sullivan’s: The Slopes – 11pm

What’s on in…La Tania

 

Last minute availability

We are booked up for the next couple of weeks but check out our last minute deals page for what availability we have from the 11th February in both Meribel and La Tania. It isn’t a hard decision with 600 km of piste to explore, stunning views, lively Apres Ski bands every day, a clean cosy chalet, fully catered with wine and a roaring fire… go on…treat yourself!


Weekly Snow Report and Events in the 3 Valleys

As 2016 comes to a close we are looking ahead to the New Year and eagerly anticipating snow. The snow and weather conditions in the 3 Valleys at present are the best in the French Alps. The team looking after the pistes really are performing miracles with the aid of cold temperatures and numerous snow canons.

We have been zooming around the 3 Valleys ski area this week to get you some footage and live information on what the pistes are actually like. Yesterday we skied the new blue run “Lory” snaking its’ way down to Orelle (the 4th hidden Valley) and it was fantastic! Well maintained, plenty of snow cover and quiet, this run drops in from the top of Thorens gondola, a beautiful hidden gem for cutting the lift queues to Orelle.

New piste “Lory” – Val Thorens

Our chosen route started by dropping into the Val Thorens valley and taking the new Stade chair lift up to the top, we hung a sharp left to join “Lauzes”. At the bottom, we took the Portette chair lift up, hoped on the 3-car gondola “Thorens” and took a left down “Lory”.

The 3 Valleys zip wire also goes across this little valley and gives you the perfect view of all the dare devils zipping their way across a shear drop!

Top of Pas du lac

 

On our way, back to Meribel we stopped to take in the sunset at the top of the Pas du lac chair lift. From here you can access the Creux dropping down into Courchevel. This run is fabulous at the moment and continues down to the bottom of the Aiguille du Fruit chair lift between 1650 and 1850.

 

Snow/weather forecast for the week…

Temperatures are at a high of minus 3 degrees and lows of minus 5, winds are at a high of 10kmph making the wind chill as low as minus 9. We have clear skies until Monday, where the clouds will slowly start to move in, Le Meteo are predicting light snow from Friday the 6th.

The Meribel valley currently has a reading of 15cm of snow at 1800m and 72cm of snow at 2700m.

The Courchevel Valley currently has a reading of 11cm at 1800m and 69cm at 2700m.

Avalanche risk is still 2/5 please remain on the piste due to the thin snow coverage and rocks off piste.

Credit to: Le Meteo forecast

Credit to: Snowforecast.com

 

What’s on this week NYE count down…

Meribel

La Tania

Saturday 31st December

NYE

You’re so 2017: Follie Douce all day party

 5:30 – 7:30pm:
70th Birthday of ESF – La Chaudanne

6 pm to 7.30pm:
Meribel and Meribel Village
 Torch-light descent and firework display

 COUNT DOWN TO THE NEW YEAR!

10pm – 1.30 am: Olympic Centre Ice-Rink Disco including 3 DJs

 Live Music

10pm:
La Taverne – Bubble and Crisp
Scott’s Bar – Sian Hayley Smith

10:30pm:
Olympic Centre Ice Rink – Audible 1, DJ Danz, DJ Kaya

11pm:
Doron Pub – Wingmen, DJ Kaya
Jack’s Bar – DJ Kaya, Audible 1, DJ Danz

1:30am:
Evolution – Hobo Chic

5.20pm:

NEW YEARS EVE
Torch lit decent for children – register at the Tourism office to join in.

 

Free Vin Chaud and hot chocolate available, followed by another torch lit decent performed by the local ski instructors.

Live Music

10pm:
Le Ski Lodge – BRING YOUR SISTERS

10.30pm – 1am :
SNOW PARTY
In front of the tourist office finishing with Fireworks.

 

Sunday 1st January 2pm – 4.30pm:

Complementary Hot Chocolate at La Chaudanne

5pm:
Jack’s Bar – Twin Kill

6pm:
English speaking Church service at Notre-Dame des Neiges Mussillon

 Live Music
10pm:
Evolution – Wingmen

10:30pm:
Jack’s Bar – Shamless

11pm:
Doron Pub – DJ Kaya

4.30 – 5.30pm:
Free Beaufort cheese and hot chocolate in front of the tourist office.Live Music

10pm:
Live wire unplugged – la Taïga

Monday 2nd January 8pm – 11 pm:
Ice Hockey – Gala Match, Meribel vs USA University at the Olympic Ice-Rink.
Adult: 15 €, Child: 10 €.10pm:
Evolution – The Mardy Johnny Depps
O’Sullivans – The Slopes

Live Music

5pm:
JRBB at Chrome Bar

5pm:
Real Relish – la Taïga

Tuesday 3rd January 10am – 4pm:
Initiation to Biathlon – opportunity to try out Biathlon for free on the Altiport snow front.Live Music
5pm:
Jack’s Bar – Daisy B10pm:
Evolution – Hobo ChicScott’s Bar – Alex Davies

11pm:
Doron Pub – The Slopes

10.30am – 12pm

YOGA at the Performance hall. 16 € session.

Live Music
5pm:
Freddy Fingers – La Taïga

10pm:
The Money – Le Ski Lodge

Wednesday 4th January

9am – 5pm: Seasonaire Squad – an all day party for Seasonaires.

 5pm:
Jack’s Bar – The Mardy Johnny Depps
Rond Point – Bubble & Crisps

11pm:
Doron Pub – Wingmen

Live Music
5pm:
Le Ski Lodge – The Sean Jackson Band10pm:
La Taïga – Al Jones
Thursday 5th January Mountain Movers
AUDIBLE 15pm:
Jack’s Bar – Thrill Collins

10pm:
La Taverne – Bubble & Crisp

11pm:
Doron Pub – GARETH & WESTY

Live Music
5pm:
Bring Your Sisters
Le Ski Lodge

5:15pm:
Night Sledging – Resort centre

Last minute availability…

4 Nights in the 3 Valleys for £299pp.

Departing 3rd January 2017.


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