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Ski resorts are a hive of activity during the first few months of winter. But the fun doesn’t stop once spring arrives. The vast area covered by Savoie Mont Blanc means you can enjoy the slopes and bag a good deal to boot.
In spring, the weather gets milder, but the snow is yet to melt. Days become longer, offering the promise of many happy hours spent skiing or relaxing in the sunshine.
Where to go for spring skiing?
Ski resorts in Savoie and Haute-Savoie enjoy a long snow season due to their high altitude. In April, skiing is fun, as the slopes are transformed over the course of the day with the rising temperatures. An understanding of mountain terrain will help you pick the right run at the right time, enabling you to enjoy spring skiing to the full.
Spring skiing is different
Savoie Mont Blanc may have the largest ski area in the world, but the fun doesn’t stop there. A wide range of activities are on offer which will appeal to the whole family.
An even greater range of activities is on offer in spring: while hitting the slopes is still an option, you can also enjoy some relaxing and festive options.
Outdoor festivals and events pop up all over. After a morning’s skiing, it’s a real pleasure to enjoy a show in the sunshine or take in an exhibition in the local village. You could also enjoy some traditional mountain food or have a drink with friends at one of the many terrasses, take a relaxing dip in a Norwegian hot tub while soaking up some sun, or head for a walk to discover the plants and animals waking up after their long winter slumber.
Spring skiing truly is synonymous with wellbeing!
Spring skiing opens up new possibilities. But do you really know what makes spring skiing so special?
Texte : YPM