Spring skiing, doesn't it speak to you? Here are 5 good reasons to go!
Vacations in the mountains are a well-established ritual: every year, for the Christmas vacations or for the February vacations, it's the perfect time to go and recharge your batteries with family or friends. That's great, but have you tried going to the mountains in April? I can hear you from here: "with the nice weather, we prefer to go where it's warm". I offer you 5 reasons that will change your mind:
1. THE CONDITIONS ARE IDEAL FOR SKIING IN APRIL:
Good weather, great snow and ideal temperature. This is what awaits you in April. Don't worry, we are at 1850m altitude (2737m the summit of the Saulire), the snow is there and of good quality thanks to the teams of the station who do not spare their efforts to offer you groomed tracks until the end of the season.
2. YOU WON'T GET COLD:
No need to pile up layers of clothing and neckwear to stay warm. We take out the caps and sunglasses, you will be more comfortable to progress.
3. THE DAYS ARE LONGER:
Take time to lounge in your deck chair during your break and take your time on the trail because you have more time to enjoy. No long lines at the lifts. Your ski day will end later and you can even contemplate the sunset with a good beer on the terrace (It's for the recovery ;) ).
4. OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES ARE MORE NUMEROUS:
It's the opportunity to try things you've never done before: for example skiing with ski champions like Alexis Pinturault, water slide at the Aquamotion, concerts on the snow front or on the terrace of a high altitude restaurant, ... nice no?
5. THE LOW PRICES ARE NOW :
And yes, come and benefit from discounts at the end of the season on accommodation, activities and shopping with the destocking of sports equipment. So you can afford to treat yourself. The must-do's: a good spa to relax, the toboggan ride down Courchevel 1650 to laugh your head off, skating for the pleasure of sliding, a snowshoeing trip to disconnect from the world and a good restaurant to spend a convivial moment.