The Montgenèvre Ski Resort lies in the southwest part of the Alps, in the Cottian Alps in southeast France in Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur. The Cottian Alps form the borderline between France and Italy and many Ski resorts have premises in both countries and they are interlinked. The Montgenèvre Ski Resort is part of the famous ''Milky Way'' Ski Area, which is a hosting arena for many national and international competitions.
Montgenevre is one of the smallest resorts, but also one of those rare resorts that have everything, perfect for families as everything is within walking distance. It takes about 15 minutes to walk from one side of the resort to the other and is home to 38 different lifts. The ski school for beginners is great as the instructors speak very good English and are very friendly. There is also a blue slope which is easy for beginners to learn on.
Although this is a great place for beginners and intermediate skiers, it’s not the best for expert riders, but does have a few black slopes for more experienced riders. There are lots of facilities here which make the resort the family friendly place that really is, with lots of restaurants, a cinema, bars and other snow facilities such as snow mobiling. The resort is located only at one hour 30 minutes from Turin and two hours 30 minutes from Grenoble.
Saint Mathieu is a municipality situated in the Monteregie region in Quebec, Canada. It is one of the most well-known tourist destinations. This spot invites all those people who want to get in touch with the snow environment and forget their worries by performing their best ski activity. Once you arrive at Parc du Saint Mathieu, you will realize that it is the best place to enjoy yourself.
Troodos is located in the centrer of Cyprus and is the highest mountain range on the island. With its highest peak reaching up to 6404 ft/1952 m above sea level, Troodos boasts amazing lanscapes, many ancient Byzantine monasteries and beautiful forests and rivers with rich and rare flora and fauna.
Stoneham Mountain Resort is one of the most well-known, all year round ski resorts in Quebec. Stoneham-et-Tewkesbury is a municipality in the Canadian province of Quebec and it is located north of Quebec City. The fact that this spot offers to its visitors easy access from Quebec City, Montreal and Ottawa, makes it always busy during winter as well as summer season.
Sunshine Village is a Canadian ski resort, located within Banff National Park in Alberta Canada. The fact that it is one of three major ski resorts in Banff National Park, makes this spot always busy. In order to satisfy your curiosity, visit this place as soon as possible and enjoy yourself in all fields.
The Les Deux Alpes ski resort is located in Isère Department in Rhone Alpes, southeast France near to Franco-Italian border. The resort, one of the oldest in France and in Europe, offers challenging and demanding runs both for winter snow activities and summer biking races.
Grenoble is the capital of the Isère department. It is situated in the Rhone-Alps region in southeastern France where the river Drac joins the Isère, right on the foot of the French Alps. Grenoble has a rich history to demonstrate, going back for more than 2000 years when it was just a small Gallic village. Now it is a big industrial and scientific center in Europe. However, Grenoble is a big sporting center where many extreme sports are being performed.
Saint-Crepin is situated in the Hautes-Alpes department (Provence-Alpes, Cote d'Azur region) in the south-east of France at 45 km/27 mi from Gap, the departmental capital. The village is located near the Durance River, ideal spot for whitewater kayaking or canoeing.
Nice is the administrative capital of the Alps – Maritime department, the second largest city on the Mediterranean coast after Marseille and the fifth most populous city in France, situated in the southeast coast of France by the Mediterranean Sea. The Nice urban area extends beyond the administrative city limits. The mild Mediterranean climate and the natural beauty of Nice along with the big sporting activity came to attention of various types of athletes.
Lac de Monteynard-Avignonet is an artificial water reservoir, serving the Électricité de France power station of Drac Station. The reservoir is bounded by the canyons of Ebron and Drac and belongs to the Isère department. It was created in 1961 after the built of a 145 m/476 ft dam. The reservoir is up to 10 km/6.3 mi long and in some places it reaches at 300 m/984 ft wide. On the lake, it is often windy and wavy, something that makes it one of the best places to practice water sports.
Lac de Monteynard-Avignonet is an artificial water reservoir, serving the Électricité de France power station of Drac Station. The reservoir is bounded by the canyons of Ebron and Drac and belongs to the Isère department. It was created in 1961 after the built of a 145 m / 476 ft dam. The reservoir is up to 10 km / 6.3 mi long and in some places it reaches at 300 m / 984 ft wide. On the lake, it is often windy and wavy, something that makes it one of the best places to practice water sports.
The Alpe d’Huez ski resort, in Isère Department at the Rhône-Alpes region, in southeast France, lies in the Oisans Alpes of the Central French Alps. The Resort is well known as home to many snow competitions and for the prestigious ''Tour de France'' cycle Tourneau.
L'Argentière-la-Bessée is a commune of the Hautes-Alpes department in the Alps in southeastern France. The spot is situated next to the Durance river, which is used for kayaking and other water sports. The town is located on the edge of the Ecris National Park.