1. Adventure - discover new resorts
When committing to a one-week ski holiday it can sometimes be more comforting to go with what you know. With resorts such as Chamonix, Les Gets and Morzine all around one hour from Geneva airport, use short breaks as a way to adventure. Discover other ski resorts. Test the water. Explore. If you love what you find, go back!
2. Have everything taken care of
Short ski breaks are specifically designed to take away all the fuss and organisational stress from the skier – that’s you! Their entire premise is to keep you on your skis, enjoying the mountain or off the piste and savoring delicious foods, or spas, or great après, while everyone else runs around after you. That sounds like something you should try!
3. Save your annual leave
A weekend ski break is the perfect way to save your annual leave for other wonderful holidays throughout the year. Don’t use up your holidays to get on the piste. You don’t need to. Ski Short. Ski often.
4. Maximise your piste time
Carefully planned short ski breaks will take you straight from the airport, direct to the piste, maximising your time on skis. You have your skis fitted on-piste, your luggage taken directly to your chalet and you’ll be picked up when you are done. On your last day go from the piste to the airport with your luggage once again following suit. Your job, is just, to ski.