Le Sainte-Helene

Address: Sainte-Helene-Sur-Isere, Albertville, Savoie, Rhône-Alpes, 73460, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Sainte-Helene-Sur-Isere, Albertville.
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Travel Blogs from Albertville

Ski holiday 2015

A travel blog entry by davidwilko on Apr 01, 2015

13 photos

Just a few photos from the Ski holiday so far - won't bore you all with tales of daring red runs, lost snow chains (thankfully not this year, so far) or off piste escapades, but the attached photos are a way of sharing our holiday with family and friends ... Don't worry, there will be far more to come in the ...

Mont Blanc

A travel blog entry by libbycav on Mar 25, 2015

9 photos

... wonderful mountains against a clear blue sky. Alan took 104 photographs in about 3 hours!
Tuesday was also clear, so we drove to Chamonix, which is also at the base of Mont Blanc, for a view from another angle. We planned to take a telecabine up to Aillguille du Midii, the next door peak, but the web-cam showed it was too cloudy at the top to make it worthwhile, so we had lunch instead!
Today was fine but not sunny this ...

Final night and day

A travel blog entry by hollys-way on Mar 06, 2015

8 photos

... can no longer go out at night and snowboard on form the next day. Muriel, Jonas and I made a good go of it but my feet wouldn't remember how to ride and my board wouldn't do as I asked. We did make it up to the top of Glacier de la Vanoise. Tom recommended we head there, and the views were awesome. As was the snow. By this point it was mid afternoon and I'd finally learnt how to turn again. It was the ...

Blast from the past!

A travel blog entry by hollys-way on Mar 03, 2015

5 photos

... favourite conditions (mainly because it puts most other people off. And the least obstacles I need to avoid, more's the better for my snowboarding). And we were off piste in some trees which probably helped my enjoyment. The snow was unreal, I spent most of my day nose first in drifts up to my thighs. In fact I spent most of the day face first in the snow, but that doesn't matter (nor hurt so much) in lovely fresh snow. I just ...

Connie not the support I'd hoped for

A travel blog entry by kochwebb on Jul 04, 2014

4 comments, 14 photos

... her way up. I stayed around to snap a few pics and then started my way down. Once at the bottom I passed through a nice ski village and then realized that in planning my route I had inadvertently added another pass, the Col de la Aravis, which was 10km long and averaged 5%. After Colombiere this was childs play, except that the wind picked up and was in my face the whole way. Nonetheless I put that climb to bed fairly quickly and was at the top by ...