Have you already experienced holiday in such classic summer break locations as Cadiz Apartments? Spend your summer somewhere a bit different, no matter what the season, Châtel is a realxing and charming corner of the French Alps. The Châtel ski region, situated between Monot Blanc and Lake Geneva in the French Alps, offers a great range of activities for the holiday maker, whether during the summer or winter months. With local history and cuisine to explore, as well as the stunning mountain ranges, people enjoying a stay in Châtel Haute-Savoie holiday rentals will be spoilt for choice. They can also enjoy local skiing on two massifs. There are 90 kilometres of ski routes to explore here, served by 45 ski lifts. The routes cover a range of ability categories, from beginners right up to the black routes that the most skilled skiers love to test themselves on. Ski passes are also available for other nearby areas, stretching into Switzerland. A Portes du Soleil ski pass opens up a vast range of options for keen skiers.
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Nordic skiers can also find plenty of routes to challenge themselves on. The routes here stretch the length of the River Dranse in the Abondance Valley. There are also five ski schools in the resort itself, meaning that children or beginners who are staying in Châtel Haute-Savoie apartments need not feel intimidated about heading out onto the slopes and enjoying the snow. The stunning Alpine scenery also offers much for summer visitors to Châtel (Haute-Savoie) holiday rentals. Hikers will find the slopes offer wonderful routes with breathtaking views. More serious mountaineers can scale some of the imposing peaks in the region, while rock climbers also flock to the area. Paragliders can ride on the thermals that rise from the valleys, while the river gorges and valleys offer great opportunities for canyoners and canoeists to participate in their chosen sports with a thrilling Alpine backdrop.
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Farm visits are also fun for people looking for something a little less intense, and visitors can explore the local cuisine of the area, especially cheese-making in this way. Horse drawn carriages are a charming and romantic way to travel around, while bars and restaurants mean that the evenings can be filled with French hospitality. A road-based ‘Little Train’ offers great access to the farms and settlements in the region, and is great fun to travel on, especially for families and children. Whatever, the season, a stay in Châtel (Haute-Savoie) holiday rentals can clear the head and stimulate the soul. Whether total relaxation or intense physical activity is being sought, travellers can undoubtedly find it in this part of France.