​Resort Team management Team

The company was originally started in 1993 because of a passion for skiing and is still run day to day by those same people.

Iain Macluskie

Resort Director

Iain has been in the holiday and skiing industry all his working life and has skied in Meribel for over 20 years. He has now made Meribel his family home living there with his wife and two children. A fully qualified ESF ski instructor his knowledge of the area is unmatchable. He is very much a part of the local community knowing most of the local tradesmen, business proprietors and chalet owners being a fluent French speaker and a well known face. He joined Alpine Action as the winter Resorts Manager in 2003 and has bought a wealth of experience to the company. So much so that he has become the full time Resort Director running all the overseas operation with a seasonal staff of around 34 arriving every year. He continues to improve the company's chalet program, operation and profile whilst still maintaining the companies valued reputation.

Favourite Run:   Off piste from the top of Roc du Fer and through the forrest to Raffort.

Favourite Restaurant: Adray Telebar, Meribel. The veal a la creme with hand cut chips is indulgent but irresistible.

Favourite Chalet:  Chalet Alysson with it superb location close to the Meribel slopes and its sunny terrace which is the ideal resting place after a Spring ski day.

Thomas Green

Resort Manager

Tom has been working in the Alps for 12 years and loves everything about the place. He has been a Chef for 19 years, loves food and working at the highest level. As Tom enters his 10th  Season with Alpine Action, there is not much he doesn't know. Well known and loved by all our returning clients, Tom is always on call to lend a helping hand.  The best thing he enjoys about the job is guest and staff satisfaction. Tom plays an important role is supporting all our fantastic chalet staff and drivers.  Tom takes pride in using local suppliers for the seasonal produce used in our menu and the selection of wines.  He looks forward to welcoming new and existing clients to the Three Valleys for a great chalet experience as well as some of the best skiing in the world.

Favourite Run: La Combe de Saulire

Favourite Restaurant: Ski Lodge, la Tania great value and good fun  I love the ribs!

Favourite Chalet: Bouchot is a great home from home, it’s renovations in the past couple of years have made it really stand out.

Eloise Rowe

Operations Manager 

Eloise is now entering her 7th season in Meribel and her 5th with Alpine Action. Having skied when she was young and the former President of her University Snow Sports Society she has continued her passion for skiing and love for the mountains throughout her life and now her career. She is lucky enough to have made life long friends whom like her return back to resort every winter.  Eloise said "There is always a new challenge each season and I just love welcoming guests to the 3 valleys and sharing my knowledge and passion for my work and surroundings. I definitely have the best job!"

Favourite chalet: Cote Coeur in La Tania it's your typical Chocolate Box Chalet, with lots of wood, wonky stairs, beams, cosy living room, nestled in the trees and just across the road from the Folyeres piste.

Favourite restaurant: Le Rastro in Meribel Mottaret - a little French gem owned by a family of famous Telemark skiers. This typical french restaurant is quirky, very affordable pricing with home cooked local food and a relaxed atmosphere. 

Favourite run: Creux this run was a red on my first season but was changed to a blue. No matter what the snow conditions this run has something for everyone; groomed, moguls, powder when it snows, side hits for the adventurous. A wide piste that cuts right into the valley between Courchevel 1650 and 1850. At the top you can really get some speed down here! As it narrows to the bottom you ski through a tree lined track where on a clear day you can see Mont Blanc. 



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