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Chalet Facebook and Twitter Pages

Chalet Facebook and Twitter Pages

Do you want to get to know your chalet and the lovey people that run it? If you have answered yes to this then the good news is that you can. We want you to be able to get to find out as much as you can, so not only can you get in touch with our UK staff by calling the office. You can also get in contact with our staff running the chalets in Meribel and La Tania.

Each of our Chalets has its own Facebook and Twitter Page, these are managed by the chalet hosts, directly linking you with the people that will make your dinner, clean your rooms and generally look after you during your stay.

Take a look at the list below and find your chalet and make friends with the team.

Meribel Chalets 

 Chalet Telekie 

Twitter – @Chalettelekie 
Facebook – facebook.com/chalettelekie

Chalet Azalee

Twitter – @chaletazalee
Facebook – facebook.com/chaletazalee

Chalet Alysson

Twitter – @chaletalysson
Facebook – facebook.com/chaletalysson

Chalet Serpolet 

Twitter – @chaletserpolet
Facebook – facebook.com/chaletserpolet 

Chalet Trois Coeurs

Twitter – @troiscoeurs
Facebook – facebook.com/chalettroiscours 

Chalet Ecureuil

Twitter – @chaletecureuil
Facebook – facebook.com/chaletecureuil

Chalet Bouchot

Twitter – @chaletbouchot
Facebook – facebook.com/chaletbouchot

Chalet Chez Menor

Twitter – @chaletchezmenor
Facebook – facebook.com/chaletchezmenor

Chalet Rosalie 

Twitter – @chaletrosalie
Facebook – facebook.com/chaletrosalie

La Tania Chalets

Chalet Cote Coeur

Twitter – @chaletcotecoeur
Facebook – facebook.com/chaletcotecoeur

Chalet Attila 

Twitter – @chaletattila
Facebook – facebook.com/chaletattila

Chalet Toubkal One

Twitter – @chalettoubkal1
Facebook – facebook.com/chalettoubkalone

Chalet Toubkal Two

Twitter – @chalettoubkal2
Facebook – facebook.com/chalettoubkaltwo


You can also follow our main account – Twitter @alpineactionski – Facebook.com/alpineactionski – Instagram/alpineaction

How to stay safe on the slopes

How to stay safe on the slopes

How many of you know that there is a code of conduct for all slope users? In 2002 the Federation International de Ski (FIS) introduced a code that all skiers, snowboarder, telemarkers and all other disciplines should follow. Take our short quiz to see how much you know.

Quick FIS ski code quiz

Question #1: Which side can you overtake on?Question #2: According to the FIS what does respect for others mean?

Question #3: Where should you not stop on a piste?

Question #4: If you witness an accident what must you do?

Question #5: Where must you look before starting to ski on a piste?

How did you get on? You really should have scored 100% in that quiz. However, whatever your score you should still refresh your memory of what is in the code of conduct for skiers and snowboarders.

Respect for others – Every mountain user must conduct them self in a manner that does not prejudice or endangers others.

Skiing or snowboarding within your ability and conditions – At all times you must be in control of your movements allowing for the conditions and traffic on the piste.

Choice of route – The person on the slope below has the right of way. This means the uphill skier or snowboarder must choose a route that does not endanger the person below.

Overtaking – Overtaking is permitted from any direction. The person that is overtaking must allow enough space should the other person perform a voluntary or involuntary movement.

Entering or starting to ski on a piste – When entering a piste or starting to ski or snowboard from a stationary position on a piste, you must look up and down the slope and make sure it is safe to move.

Stopping on the slopes – Unless it is unavoidable you must never stop in a narrow section of the piste or in a place where there is restricted visibility. Should you fall at any point you should move to the side of the run when it is safe to do so.

Walking – Should you find the need to walk up or down the mountain you should do so at the side of the slope.

Follow signs and marking – Please take notice and follow directions on all signs and information boards.

Help others – you are duty bound to assist where possible at any accident involving fellow slope users.

Identification – If you witness an accident or are involved in one you must identify yourself and exchange details.

This code will help you and others stay safe on the mountains. So please follow them and make sure you have a safe and enjoyable holiday.

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