Combine Two Resorts with Haute Montagne
In time for the season, one of the Alps’ most prominent luxury chalet operators Haute Montagne launched its new twin-resort itineraries, enabling guests to stay at two Haute Montagne chalets in separate ski resorts within Switzerland and Italy. Helicopter transportation is provided between resorts and private guided skiing is offered in each place. An in-chalet dinner by a two-Michelin-star chef and sunrise ski touring are then some of the exclusive experiences that can be incorporated into the stay. Haute Montagne’s new lodge, Chalet 1936 in Verbier, and the recently opened 7 Heavens Chalet Elbrus in Zermatt are two of the possible locations. Haute Montagne has also just made its entrance to Meribel with the launch of Chalet Alpaca, which comes with space for up to 14 guests, a heated outdoor pool and even an indoor climbing wall.