CORTINA D’AMPEZZO – Italy
Cortina, Queen of the Dolomites has a heritage of nature, tourism and glamour. A much loved Italian holiday destination for all seasons, Olympic town, cradle of alpine sports, and, for more than a century, a symbol of style, fashion and La Dolce Vita. International showcase of the Italian way of life, and exclusively positioned in the breathtaking UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Dolomite Alps.
Like any self-respecting classic, Cortina never goes out of fashion. With statistics like 8 hours of sunshine per day, on 8 out of 10 days, 3 ski areas, 33 lift facilities serving 115 km of piste on 62 well groomed slopes, and 95% coverage of snowmaking facilities, Cortina truly is a paradise for skiers. Part of Dolomiti Superski, the world’s number one ski carousel, the Ampezzo ski area also offers skiers the possibility of accessing total of 1.220 km of slopes and… Continue reading
This ski adventure begins in lovely Munich, and your transfer is 2.5 hours through Bavarian Germany into Austria. It’s a landscape right out of a winter postcard.
- Round trip transfers from the Munich airport to Innsbruck
- 7 night stay, standard double room at Hotel Grauer Baer****
- Buffet, breakfast, tax and service included
- 6 day Olympia World lift ticket
Prices start at $1100.00 per person based on double occupancy and subject to availability
January 7 – April 30, 2015
First completed in 1903 by the elder guides of La Compagnie des Guides, this route connects two historical alpine capitals. The notoriety of this route, taking part on glaciers for the most part, is based on the exceptional beauty of the landscapes.
Starting in Chamonix, at the foot of Mont Blanc and the great North faces of the Argentière cirque, your skis will lead you across the Wallis region of Switzerland, finishing with a unique ski descent just below the Matterhorn.
A dream for all touring skiers, this tour is a serious adventure, requiring a good experience of multi-day ski touring trips, and good off-piste skiing skills.
Skiing the” Haute Route” from Chamonix to Zermatt, and connecting the two mountaineering world capitals, is undoubtedly the most classic, not to be missed ski touring trip ever!
Located in the glacier Tour cirque and facing the Chardonnet peak, Refuge Albert 1er will remain… Continue reading
- 7 night stay, breakfast included
- 7 day lift tickets for St. Moritz
- Train transfers from/to Geneva or Zurich (2nd class)
Hotel La Margna is located conveniently close to St. Moritz railway station. It was built in 1907 by A. Robbi in typical Graubunden style.
The distinctive building has been frequently renovated yet has kept its original charm.
The carefully preserved architectural features of the art-nouveau hotel lobby with original wrought-iron chandeliers inspire a nuance of nostalgia. This is the hub of the hotel.