Autumn’s setting it   September 6th, 2007

Hope you all had a good summer, it’s been a pretty wet over here, but a fair amount of sun mixed in too. The village has been full of very muddy mountain bikers for the last few months.

As for next season we’re very pleased to announce we’ll be operating two catered chalets, Chalet Fleur D’Oranger has been fully refurbished this summer and will compliment Chalet Les Trois Canards in comfort and service. Both boasting real log fires and outdoor jacuzzis.

There are no major developements to report in the Portes du Soleil this summer, but last seasons upgrades worked very well. The upgraded Les Combes lift give the pistes from the top of Linga towards Pre La Joux a welcome facelift, and the upgrade to the Chaux Fleurie chair from Les Lindarets to Chatel along with the piste overhaul & new snow cannon totally removed the old bottleneck making the pistes a lot more fun especially in poor snow conditions.

The long talked about ski link from Super-Chatel to Linga looks all set to go ahead next summer, which would allow people to ski all the way back to Chatel at the end of the day.

 We’re starting to get booked up for next season especailly now everyones returning from their summer holidays, so its time to get organised and book your ski trip too.

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