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Free lift passes for all the family for Feb School Holidays 2020   At Le Chardon Mountain Lodges we specialise in luxury family holidays. Our home from home ambience is the ideal setting for an intimate family ski gathering. Where better to spend the February school holidays...

Years back, Val d'Isère had a reputation as a steep resort for good skiers. While these days there is far more to offer beginners and intermediates, it's when you start to get good at attacking the black pistes that this resort really comes into its...

In one of the world's best ski resorts, intermediates are never going to be short of skiing — and while Val d'Isere enjoys a reputation as a playground for those who like steep and deep skiing, there's plenty more on offer. Plenty to do Intermediates love mileage —...

Val d'Isère rightly enjoys a reputation as one of the mega resorts in the world and that means it has as much for beginners as it does the gnarly, ice-axe carrying ski mountaineers. It used to be better suited to strong, fit, experienced skiers — and...

When it comes to ski rental, it can be difficult to choose between the different options. For this reason, Le Chardon Mountain Lodges decided to catch up with the team at Oxyegene to find out more about their service and the new addition of rental...

There are two new lifts for the coming season and the Le Chardon team are very excited about both!   New gondola for la Daille A brand new 10-persons gondola has been built from La Daille up to La Folie Douce. The cost of the project was...

Whether you are visiting Val d'Isere for the first time or you are a returning snowsports enthusiast, you will be seeking those runs that make your heart sing.  Just because you have the Val d'Isere piste map doesn't guarantee that you understand which slopes suit...

When is the best time to go skiing? Answering this question is like asking which season is best — spring, summer, autumn or winter, or perhaps which is the best ski resort in the world? The answer, of course, depends on your personal preference. Each month...

Literally translated, Vallee Perdue is the Lost Valley. But ‘lost' it is not. Even before Leo Taillefer immortalised it by winning Go Pro's Line of the Winter for the first time in 2015, it was certainly not lost. (Watch it if you haven't already by...