Win a skiing trip for four in Val d’Isere
The Irish Times and Highlife are offering one lucky winner a holiday for four, plus annual membership of the Indoor Ski Centre in Dublin, and lessons before you go on your trip
Enjoy a week-long holiday for four people in a ski-in ski-out chalet in Val d’Isere, France
If you’ve been inspired by our ski special, here’s your chance to win a trip for four people to the French Alps this winter.
The Irish Times, in partnership with Highlife, is offering a fantastic prize of a week’s skiing in Val d’Isere for four people, plus a year’s membership – with a ski lesson pack – at the Indoor Ski Centre in Dublin.
Whether you’re an expert, or have never skied or snowboarded before, you can prepare for your trip with tuition at the Indoor Ski Centre, in Sandyford, Co Dublin. Learn or improve your skiing or snowboarding, and practice your turns here in Ireland, saving precious time on the slopes for the real fun.
Then you and your friends can head to the French Alps, and the chic village of Val d’Isere, with its sensational high-altitude skiing. It is linked to the neighbouring resort of Tignes to create L’Espace Killy, a ski area that offers a huge variety of terrain, both on and off piste, for skiers and snowboarders of all abilities.
At the end of the day you can ski directly back to your chalet – pictured above – to enjoy the treats on offer, thanks to Irish company Highlife, which specialises in arranging comprehensive ski holidays to world-class ski resorts, with an emphasis on delicious food and wine and an excellent level of service .
The full prize includes: Seven nights in a ski-in chalet in Val d’Isere; high quality food and wine; flights and transfers; ski and boot hire, ski lessons and lift passes; travel insurance; free yearly membership of the Indoor Ski Centre and six ski lessons for all four people before you go.
To be in with a chance of winning this prize, go to irishtimes.com/skicomp. Competition closes on November 6th.
See irishtimes.com/skicomp for terms and conditions.