So you’ve arrived at your chalet. La Tania and all its delights await you. What can you expect when you are settled in and you are ready to explore the resort itself?
Learning how to ski
This area is ideal for all manner of skiers. If you are going to strap your skis on for the first time you will be glad to know there are several ski schools that can teach you how to ski properly. They have classes for both adults and children, and they can also provide private lessons if you prefer one-on-one attention.
Take part in cross country skiing
The resort also promises a full 26km of challenging and spectacular cross country tracks to follow if you prefer this activity to regular skiing. You can go across country all the way to Courchevel if you wish, before heading back to your chalet. La Tania shuttle buses are waiting to give you a lift if you cannot make it there and back!
A purpose built resort
There are apartments in the main part of the resort, but many will choose to stay in a chalet. La Tania boasts a pleasant green forest to house the chalets, yet you are still close to the slopes when you are ready to go skiing. Everything is on your doorstep.
Explore the snowpark
This is another feature that the resort has installed for the enjoyment of families. You can also explore the Red Indian Park together and stay safe in the Evolution Zones. These zones are put together to ensure novice skiers and children of all ages can be safe and enjoy themselves at all times – the perfect introduction to a skiing holiday.
Is it noisy at night?
If you are planning a skiing holiday with your family you want to know you can return to peace and quiet in your chalet. La Tania can offer just this, since it is not the noisiest destination you could choose. Other areas in the Three Valleys region, such as Meribel, offer far more in the way of entertainment at night. This means you can enjoy a day on the slopes with your children and get back to your chalet to settle them down for a good night’s sleep without any disturbance at night.
Are there other things to do except skiing?
Even the most hardened of skiers will want some time off from the slopes. There are some shops in town and plenty of walks to go on in the local area. There are also eight restaurants in total, offering a chance to sample some local dishes. Some have good views of the slopes so you can watch the world go by while you eat and relax.
In short, La Tania is an excellent choice for a family skiing holiday. But it is also ideal for adult skiers who want something a little more demanding and don’t like the noisy entertainment at nights.