Our 10 Most-Viewed Blog Posts This Winter

Sadly, COVID-19 has put this season to bed early, but what were you reading on our website this winter?

We look at the top ten most-viewed blog posts on the Chaletline website this winter:

  1. Five of the Longest Ski Runs in Europe

We all love a list and this is one of the best on our site – which are the longest runs in Europe. Why not click above and find out for yourself…

2. The Bubble Lift Graveyard

With a title like that, it’s so tempting to find out more. Where do bubble lifts go when they die?

3. How Does a Piste Basher Work?

This is one of our favourite blog posts. Find out what hours the snow groomers work and how they create that perfect corduroy.

4. The 15 Most Visited Ski Resorts in the World

Another list that people love to read. Based on data from the 2013/14 ski season, can you guess which is the world’s most visited ski resort?

5. Jerusalem piste to St Martin regraded to ‘blue’ from ‘red’

Even though this post was from before the 2016/17 winter season, it’s still getting plenty of visits…maybe because Jerusalem (in the Les Menuires sector) is such a great run!

6. New lifts for Zell am See & Kaprun

This more recent post tells us about the new €81m investment to connect  Kaprun and the Kitzsteinhorn’s glacier that opened in winter 2019/20.

7. What’s New in Courchevel for 2019/20?

Another post with information about the 2019/20 was this post, packed full of detail about the changes coming up for Courchevel in Les 3 Vallées for this winter.

8. The new Alpinium in Courchevel

Clearly Courchevel is on your minds, perhaps with the 2023 World Alpine Ski Championships coming up…

9. 14 Fascinating Facts about Val Thorens

Written in 2015, but with plenty of facts that are still relevant today…

10. Are there wolves in Meribel?

Is it an urban myth or are there wolves in Meribel? Find out by reading this blog post.

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