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Getting dragged around mountains by a husky. You don’t get much odder than that. So we sent unwitting Staff Writer Mary to Rhone Alpes for a spot of Cani-Rando.
From the mountains of the Vercors right through to the Ardèche canyon, the south of the Rhône Alpes is a haven for avid adventurers, with everything from Husky-hiking though to canoeing. Perfect for a sporting trip of your own.
February in La Plagne – hard to think of anything but snow, skiing and Vin Chaud. But this weekend its all about crampons and ice towers as the Ice Climbing World Cup hits the ski resort of La Plagne.
A two day canoe trip down the Ardèche river, a night around the campfire sleeping under the stars followed by raft building and mountain biking all included in a 6-night adventure. Sounds good? PGL have introduced this and four other trips as being ‘altogether more adventurous’.
Brand new 110km trek through the Alpes opens this summer
The 8th edition of ‘La Gorzderette’, the truly iciest competition in the world, will be held in the valley of Champagny le Haut in the French ski resort of La Plagne.
The French resort of La Plagne, situated in the heart of the Alps, has opened up five new moutain bike trails for this winter
Last weekend Les 2 Alpes played host to the Mountain of Hell mountain bike event that saw amateurs and pros racing together the full 2500m descent from the Les 2 Alpes glacier.
Check the photo of the day and this little edit from the Nissan Outdoor Games in Chamonix, France
Check the photo of the day and a little action from the Nissan Outdoor Games in Chamonix, France.