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What was Val Thorens' most successful Facebook post last winter?

What was Val Thorens’ most successful Facebook post last winter?

The season hasn’t quite finished yet in Val Thorens – the resort remains open until 08 May – but their most successful Facebook post is unlikely to change. There is of course no absolute definition of ‘success’ – what ranks more highly between Clicks, Likes, Comments and Shares? When it snows in October… However, in...
Rossignol cook up marketing partnership with top chefs

Rossignol cook up marketing partnership with top chefs

Snowsports brand Rossignol has recently announced it will be starting a marketing partnership with four top quality French chefs. This innovative concept will see chefs Christophe Aribert, Edouard Loubet, Emmanuel Renaut, Jean Sulpice joining Rossignol at some of the brand’s events.   Challenge des Chefs Etoiles The new partnership was announced at the Challenge des...
13 of the Best (and Worst!) Snowsports April Fools from 2016

13 of the Best (and Worst!) Snowsports April Fools from 2016

Was April Fool’s Day really only a week ago?  We’ve been dreaming of Val Thorens’ teleportation and having nightmares about ‘Trump International Resort’ ever since… Here’s our round up of the best and worst snowsports April Fools from 2016: Teleportation by Val Thorens There’s no doubt that this effort from Val Thorens was the best...
Val Thorens article by Skipedia in 'Skier & Snowboarder Magazine'

Val Thorens article by Skipedia in ‘Skier & Snowboarder Magazine’

Skipedia doesn’t just create online content. In December 2015, Iain from Skipedia went out to Val Thorens to test out their new guided Ski Touring service for ‘Skier & Snowboarder‘ magazine.     The finished article has now been published – in their March issue – and is available for free in various locations around...
55% of La Folie Douce Val Thorens sold for €2.5m

55% of La Folie Douce Val Thorens sold for €2.5m

Most British skiers to France will have heard of the ‘clubbing at altitude’ concept of La Folie Douce. The first Folie Douce was established in Val d’Isere in 2007 by founder Luc Reversade. You can now party and eat in six resorts across the French Alps – Val d’Isere, Val Thorens, Meribel-Courchevel, Alpe d’Huez and...
The Top 5 Posts on Skipedia in 2015

The Top 5 Posts on Skipedia in 2015

While we don’t look at our Analytics anywhere near as much as we do for our clients, we thought it would be interesting to see which were the most viewed posts on Skipedia in 2015. Proving that ‘evergreen’ content is the best content, it turns out that 6 of the top 10 posts in 2015...