The most expensive Ski of the World
The prestigious French ski brand Lacroix has manufactured what is definitely the most expensive ski in the world. This model has been presented by Bertrand Roy, manager of the Lacroix brand, accompanied by Jean-Luc Crétier, gold medalist in Nagano, who has collaborated in the development of this model. It is manufactured with the most technologically advanced materials (partly derived from the aerospace industry) and with the best wood. The curious thing about this ski is that among the materials with which it is built are white gold and several diamonds set, which gives it that touch of exclusivity and justifies the exorbitant price that will have to be paid for them. To get this wonderful ski we will have to pay a significant amount of 37000 pounds.
Now you wonder, this could be the best gift for a loved one on this specific season. What could be better than taking them to an amazing place to create the perfect bundle!
Best places for the Ski Season
There are many celebrities and personalities of European royalty who enjoy the luxury accommodations of the station, mainly hotels and villas, not to mention the shops and restaurants. It has 220 km of tracks located between 1000 and 3000 meters, also has 56 tracks suitable for beginners and intermediate levels.
Val d’Isère (France)
The station is located in the heart of the Alps a few kilometres from the Italian border, at the end of the Vanoise National Park, one of the most famous ski areas in Europe. It has a large number of chairlifts and artificial snow cannons as well as a couple of tracks for extreme skiing.
Sun Valley (Idaho, USA)
It is the first ski resort that was built in the United States, located near the Canadian border, hosts every season famous and millionaires who enjoy one of the best skiable mountains in the world, the Bald Mountain, 2789 m altitude and with a pronounced constant vertical descent of 1036 meters.
Telluride (Colorado, USA)
Located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains this station has a complicated access, almost as if it were a secret. It has 120 km of tracks with high-quality snow. The most affluent enjoy luxurious spas for an idyllic end of the day.
These are four locations we have selected, hopefully you are ready to plan a perfect holiday with our help!
Best Bars after a long day of Skiing!
1.Rond-Point, Meribel (France)
2. Mooserwirt, St.Anton (Austria)
3. Farinet, Verbier (Switzerland)
4. Folie Douce, Val d’Isere (France)
5. Trofana Alm, Ischgl (Austria)
6. Ice Bar, Mayrhofen (Austria)
Check them out if you are going to any of these countries and give us your personal opinion!