Ski Independence Blog

What’s New in the Three Valleys

Catherine October 19th, 2020

Meribel, France. Credit: 3Vallees, David Andre

With over 600km of pistes, the Three Valleys (Courchevel, Méribel and  Val Thorens) is the largest ski area in the world. This alone is reason enough to plan a trip there but there are also plenty of exciting developments in store this winter. Read the rest of this entry »

Our Favourite Quieter Resorts

Karen September 28th, 2020

Avoriaz, France. Credit: Avoriaz Tourism

Some of you might be looking to spend your time on the mountain in a slightly quieter resort with fewer lift queues this year. Or perhaps a resort where you can avoid using enclosed lifts like gondolas and cable cars. So here are a few of our suggestions for our top recommended quieter ski resorts: Read the rest of this entry »

La Dolce Vita – skiing in true Italian style

Catherine August 31st, 2020

San Cassiano, Italy

With a different pace of life and a rich and distinct culture, skiing in Italy is a truly unique experience. There are fantastic transport links, unrivalled hospitality, excellent food and truly spectacular ski areas Read the rest of this entry »

Our Tips for Driving to the Alps in Winter

The Team August 11th, 2020

Flaine, France. Credit: Kasya Shahovskaya on Unsplash

Not only is driving to the Alps cost effective, it gives you the freedom to travel at your own pace, stopping off en route at some lovely places. Read the rest of this entry »

Our Private Luxury Chalet Collection

Karen July 24th, 2020

Chalet Haapiti, Méribel

There’s something very special about an alpine chalet. Your very own beautiful home where you can totally relax and unwind in a cosy yet elegant setting Read the rest of this entry »

Family Friendly Ski Holidays in Canada

The Team July 21st, 2020

If you’re thinking about your next family ski holiday, you’ll find yourself spoilt for choice with these family friendly Canadian resorts. All of which have convenient villages, friendly service, and a range of accommodation options to choose from.

Whistler – Image: Mike Crane

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A Mammoth Adventure

Karen June 29th, 2020

If I’m going to sit on a plane for 10 hours I want to make it worth my while – and that usually means combining a ski trip with some kind of adventure.  This years trip was no different – even if our original plans had to change somewhat due to covid. Read the rest of this entry »

Exploring Europe: San Cassiano Resort Guide

Rebekah February 17th, 2020

The spectacular Dolomites are beautifully unique. With jaw-dropping scenery, the jagged peaks surrounding San Cassiano (also part of the Alta Badia ski area) have to be seen to be believed. An acclaimed culinary hotspot, San Cassiano and the Alta Badia ski area encapsulate a whole array of different culinary traditions and offer some of the world’ best cuisine. Here you’ll find a perfect mix of Austrian, Tyrolean and Mediterranean gastronomy – perfect for those who appreciate fine dining both on and off the slopes.

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Rebekah’s Ski Holiday to Flaine

Rebekah January 24th, 2020

Flaine is one of the most popular ski resorts in the Alps, and it’s easy to see why. It’s only a short transfer away from Geneva, has a good selection of accommodation, and is part of the impressive Grand Massif ski area. Our Marketing Executive Rebekah has just returned from a holiday with friends to Flaine and has written a blog about her time there. Read the rest of this entry »

The Best Ski Hotels in Switzerland

Rebekah January 7th, 2020

Offering the perfect mix of tradition and style, it’s easy to see why Switzerland is one of the world’s most popular ski destinations. From the buzz of Verbier to the charm of St Moritz, Switzerland has something to offer for everyone.

Escape to the extraordinary at the W Hotel, Verbier

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