January Lift Pass Offer

Prices on request


If you book before 30 November you can save money on lift pass costs this January.

Get a 3 day lift pass for the price to 2!

Ski Weekend has been specialising in ski weekends to Chamonix in January – and every month of the season – since 1987.


Example Ski Weekend itinerary

This example itinerary is just a taster of how we can put together the perfect weekend for you and your group.

Remember this is just an example, we can tweak it exactly for your group, adding on or taking away to create the perfect ski weekend!

Day 1: Arrival

  • Flights from any gateway can be organised
  • Arrival in Geneva to be met by private transfer or the hourly shared services
  • Discussion and excitement en rout to your destination
  • From the airport it’s usually just an hour’s travel to Chamonix
  • Check-in to your accommodation – be it a chalet or hotel
  • Pre-arranged ski and boot fitting service for your group
  • Briefing from Ski Weekend on your itinerary, local conditions and chance to meet your guides (if booked)
  • Dinner at the hotel or a recommended restaurant, followed by drinks...


Day 2: First day skiing

  • Breakfast, then meet your guides
  • Morning ski with vin chaud/hot chocolate break
  • Lunch at a mountain restaurant
  • Afternoon ski followed by panoramic flight
  • Après-ski followed by massages and spa relaxation
  • Meet for pre-dinner drinks
  • Dinner options designed by a Michelin chef in a unique private dining location


Day 3: Second day skiing

  • Skiing in the morning
  • Alpine activities in the afternoon such as ski-joering or huski-sled riding
  • Return to the hotel before departure for dinner
  • Skidoo to the Maison Vieille in Courmayeur, Italy with classic Italian food and wine or snow shoeing to the Vieille Luge Alpina Chalet in Les Houches


Day 4: Heliski Day

  • Travel just 25 minutes over the border into Switzerland
  • A helicopter will take you up onto the glaciers for an unforgettable heli-ski day
  • Late lunch – homemade pasta in the Trient Valley
  • Ski back and return to hotel
  • Onward transfer to Geneva to make your flight home


How much does a ski weekend cost?

3 night twin/double rooms on a b&b basis with a transfer are available from as little as £399pp. 

January is a great time to book flights as with no school holidays, they tend to be the best prices throughout all the season.

You can book these directly yourself, or we can book them for you. All flight bookings will be protected under ATOL (Air Travel Organiser’s Licence) and the package itself is covered by ABTOT.


Special lift pass offer

If you book a ski weekend in January for at least three nights before the end of November, we will give you a three day lift pass for the price of a two day pass.


How to book a Ski Weekend

Give us a call on 01392 878 353 and tell us what you're looking for:

- 2 nights, 3 nights, 4 nights or more...

- 4 guests, 8 clients, 25 colleagues, 48 staff, 96 industry professionals, or any number...

- Something good value and to fit a small budget, or a lavish break with private jets, heli-transfers, private chalets and spas…

- Or anything in between!

We will start by suggesting what works well, what doesn’t, where the best snow will be, where the best restaurants or guides are and find the right Ski Weekend for you.

Just give us a call on 01392 878 3537 and start arranging your Ski Weekend for 2019/20 today.


Every package is tailormade to your requirements.

Ski Weekends in Chamonix, France Ski Weekends

Still run by the family that founded it in 1914, the Hotel Richemond is located right in the centre of Chamonix Mont-Blanc.

Ski Weekends in Chamonix, France Ski Weekends

Newly opened for the 2018/19 season, the huge brand that is the Folie Deuce has arrived in Chamonix! Located in one of the famous squares of the town, the Palace of Chamonix – the hotel benefits from being one of the few ‘ski in/ out’ being at the foot of the Savoy lift which links to the Brevent-Flegere ski area (conditions dependent).






Chamonix is our main base. The ski area itself is vast and spreads all along the valley and across to St Gervais, Megeve and Les Contamines. The variety of skiing on and off piste is well documented and in case you’re tempted to think the accolades are over-effusive we can tell you that they are not.

The town couldn’t be more different from the typical, purpose built French ski resort. It is steeped in both history and the towering mountain scape in which it sits. You don’t have to be an expert to enjoy the place, but it is the adventurous who really benefit from the range of activities available, and that indescribable vibe of being in the ‘home of Alpinism’.

Chamonix is a long established, year-round tourist town that has a large permanent population and hence great access to everything you may need. Spread along a linear valley, there are 5 distinctly different ski domains/resorts and some of Europe’s most renowned ski itineraries.

Explore the local area