Look at the lid of almost any tin of Swiss chocolates, and you’ll find a postcard-perfect village scene; the snow-sprinkled Alpine town of Adelboden could easily have posed for the picture.
Chamonix is the skier’s ski resort and it attracts dedicated Alpine thrill seekers year-round, just as it has done for centuries.
Courchevel has built a reputation as a high-altitude, high-living resort where the beautiful people come to see and be seen, yet every winter it’s the vastness of the Trois Vallées that steals the show.
Who could have predicted that this former rough-and-ready frontierland in Wyoming would have blossomed into an upscale ski resort?
Set on the banks of Lake Wakatipu, Queenstown is a picture-perfect town with a rich menu of restaurants and bars, amid a searingly beautiful mountain range setting.
Named for the river running through it and the mountains at its edge, Rhône-Alpes is a region of vinous valleys, mighty peaks, lakeside spa towns and scenic drives.