We all have our own favourite places to go skiing. But what about for four-time Winter Olympian and Ski Club Honorary President Chemmy Alcott?
Sainte Foy (France)
Sainte Foy is a hidden gem is nestled amongst big hitting resorts such as Tignes and Val d’Isère in the Tarentaise region – but it should not be missed. Yes there are only four lifts, but these open up a huge amount of fantastic skiing, especially the off piste in the Vallon du Clou over the back. 10km powder faces and lines through the trees lead you down through ancient farming villages that are a world away from the mega resorts further up the valley. I’m looking forward to returning in late January with some sporting legends for another week in this awesome resort.