C1 Chamonix, France
Downhill Ski and Snowboard
Enjoy 6 days Skiing / Riding, gourmet cuisine, all drinks and the nightlife of this fabulous French Club Med Resort!
- Ski or ride at world-renowned Chamonix resort!
- Stay 7 nights at the all-inclusive Club Med Chamonix 4-trident resort, in Club Rooms. Based Upon Double Occupancy
- All meals (think fabulous hospitality and cuisine) and drinks included!
- 6 days lifts and 5 full days of guiding included
- Flights from Toronto to Geneva via Montreal plus luxury private coach transfer
Cost: $2799 (cheque discounted price)
Based on Minimum of 32
Full cost if paid by Credit Card: $2899
All rates quoted in CAD dollars, are per person indicated above.
Exchange rate is guaranteed.
Dates: Saturday, January 27, 2018 to Sunday, February 4, 2018
Accommodation: Club Med Chamonix, double occupancy, Club Room with 2 twin beds at a 4 trident property, 7 nights
Altitude: Town 1035 m; Top ski lift: 3,842m
Includes: Club Med membership
Meals: All meals (buffet style) with wine, beer and soft drinks
Open bar and snacks
Deposit: $1000 + cost of insurance if taken due at time of booking. If paying by cheque please send 2 cheques for both deposit and final balance. All cheques payable to "Skidaddle Vacations Inc".
Balance due: October 27, 2017
Booking Deadline: TBD
(after this time unbooked space may be released)
NOTE – ALL DEPOSITS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE
Lifts: 6 day ski pass for Chamonix area
No Lifts: Not available
Land Only: Deduct $800. The transfer bus will not wait for passengers who are arranging their own air travel. No discount will be given for missed transfers and those passengers must make their own arrangements to get to the resort.
Single: Add $500 (limited rooms available)
Tours and Lessons: 5 day group classes for all levels, alpine skiing & snowboarding
Flights: (all times local)
Airline, Airports Air Canada, Toronto to Geneva via Montreal
27JAN AC834 YYZ/GVA 1800 / 1010
04FEB AC835 GVA/YYZ 1150 / 1734
Flights are subject to change.
Fuel charges and taxes are subject to change
Baggage Fees: (subject to change)
1 piece free up to 23kg,1 carry on bag and 1 personal item (such as a purse or laptop); 2nd checked piece costs $100.00.
Skis and boots are considered 1 pc even if in separate bags as long as nothing else is in the bags. (Subject to change, check with your airline.)
Deviation charges: Any person deviating from the group itinerary will be charged $50.00 CAD plus any additional charges imposed by the suppliers and airlines. Deviations are on a request basis. Members must abide by the prearranged transfer dates and times or arrange their own
transfers at their own cost.
Airport and Land Transfers:
Return dedicated ground transfers from airport to accommodation.
Passport / Travel Documents:
Canadian citizens need a Canadian passport that is valid until at least 6 months after the scheduled return date. Other nationalities may require different documents. It is necessary for such people to advise their nationality at the time of booking so that we can determine what travel documents they will require in order to participate in this trip. For all nationalities, please note that entry to another country may be refused even if the required information and travel documents are complete.
Note: Members are solely responsible to ensure that their travel documents are complete, valid and in order.
Cancellation Policies are set by the Tour Operators, not HPSC. Please consider your commitment carefully before booking your trip.
Before October 27, 2017 $1000.00 deposit is nonrefundable
On or after October 27, 2017 100% non-refundable
Insurance is nonrefundable from date of issuance.
Please note that any unused portion of a ski trip will not be refunded as per conditions above.
Passengers must submit a claim to their insurance company if they cancel after the above dates.
Optional Travel Insurance:
Comprehensive Travel Insurance is available to protect non-refundable payments in the event that participants are forced to cancel their vacation prior to departure or interrupt vacation due to medical reasons. See menu above for HPSC Insurance advice and Tour Operator’s Insurance Table. All Insurance payments must accompany deposit in order to be valid.
All-Inclusive Package Plan
$126.36 0-60, $143.64 61-65, $179.28 66-70, older ages by request
Insurance is nonrefundable from date of issuance. Please note that any unused portion of a ski trip will not be refunded as per conditions above. Passengers must submit a claim to their insurance company if they cancel after the above dates.
The Fine Print: Tickets are 100% nonrefundable once issued. Name changes and deviations are not permitted once ticketed. Individuals must ensure that all names are spelled correctly and match their personal identification on their passport. The Tour Operator and Airline will not be held liable for delays or cancellations caused by strikes, labor disputes, government actions, weather or any cause beyond the Tour Operator’s or Airline’s control. The Airline reserves the right to change equipment or schedules. The customer hereby releases and waives any claims against the Airline and Tour Operator regarding cancellation or schedule changes.
Situated near the massive peaks of the Aiguilles Rouges and most notably the Aiguille du Midi, Chamonix is one of the oldest ski resorts in France. The north side of the summit of Mont Blanc, and therefore the summit itself are part of the village of Chamonix. The Chamonix commune is popular with skiers and mountain enthusiasts, and via the cable car lift to the Aiguille du Midi it is possible to access the off-piste (backcountry) ski run of the Vallée Blanche. With an area of 245 km2 (95 sq mi), Chamonix is the fourth largest commune in area in mainland France.
A tranquil Alpine retreat it may not be, but Chamonix’s setting beneath the cliffs and tumbling glaciers of the Mont Blanc massif is tremendous, and the bustling town doesn't lack charm. Its old buildings have kept their sedate Victorian and more fanciful Belle Epoque look and, now that the centre is traffic-free, it offers pleasant strolling, with cafés overhanging the river Arve’s torrent and a wealth of interesting shops – galleries, bookshops and speciality food, as well as souvenirs and the latest technical snow-sports clothing and hardware.
The Chamonix Valley is considered by many to be the best freeride resort in the world. With its 5 ski resorts (Grands Montets, Les Houches, Le Tour/Balme, La Flegere and Le Brevent) Chamonix Mont-Blanc offers the perfect ski holiday.
The Club Med Resort of Chamonix Mont-Blanc has 249 rooms contained in 3 connecting hotel wings. The Resort is less than 5 minutes walking distance from the centre of Chamonix. The Savoy hotel: 5-floor main building with a lift where the restaurant, bar and Reception are situated. The Mont Blanc hotel: the second 5-floor building with an elevator is attached to the Savoy hotel. The Brévent hotel: a new 4-floor building with an elevator, has a Spa and direct access to the heated outdoor swimming pool. It is connected to two other buildings by a sheltered walkway. The refined ambiance of the main restaurant welcomes you to enjoy its general international buffets. The wide glass-panelled bay windows look out over the town, the ski-slopes of Savoy, over the peaks of Chamonix, or the mountains in the south of France, and even Mont Blanc. Price includes drinks served by the glass and at the bar only: water, fruit juices and sodas, hot drinks and cocktails with and without alcohol, wines and local and international spirits. On the ground floor of the Mont Blanc building, The Refuge restaurant offers a menu of savoy specialities: raclette, fondue or stone grill. Plus: after a morning on the slopes, just head for Le Flégère! 2,000 metres up on the pistes of La Flégère ski area, this is the perfect place for a well-deserved lunch in the mountains, with amazing views of Chamonix and Mont Blanc from the terrace. Club Med holidays include 6 days skiing, 5 days group ski and snowboard lessons, gourmet dining and open bar, after ski activities and entertainment, free wi-fi and gratuities.
The first morning, you will take a test in order to establish your level in order to put you in to the right group:
- · Beginners class: you have never skiied/snowboarded before
- · Class 1: you can regulate your speed and your trajectory on blue runs
- · Class 2: you ski/board at an average speed on red runs
- · Class 3: You ski/board easily down all slopes
- · Expert: You ski/board easily on any slopes and on any kind of snow
All applicable fuel surcharges and taxes in effect as of August have been included in the package price. However in these volatile times the tour operator reserves the right to charge for unanticipated increases in the cost of fuel and taxes imposed by the resort or airline.
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