Calories: how to burn them on the slopes!
Alpine holidays go hand in hand with excellent restaurants where you can indulge in deliciously rich, gourmet cuisine. But what’s the best way to burn those calories on the slopes? Here’s how!
200G of fondue
468 calories (without the bread!)
Feel free to have another helping! If you plan on a sealskin hike with an elevation difference of less than 1,000 metres for around three hours, you should burn almost 1,000 calories.
200G of raclette
734 calories (without the potatoes, charcuterie and salad)
You will already have burned 700 calories after two hours of skiing!
200G of crozet pasta
It’s not that hard! A mere hour of ski touring (around 850 calories burned) and your culinary excesses will be a distant memory.
200G of tartiflette
Grab a pair of poles, some good shoes, and set off along a groomed pedestrian track. After an hour of Nordic walking you can say goodbye to more than 300 calories.
A Savoyard platter with 100g of Beaufort and 100g of cured ham
Depending on your weight, we recommend between one and two hours of snowshoe hiking to get rid of them. An ideal way of discovering the winter wonderland from a different angle.
Sk’e-bike: Les 3 Vallées, all year round!
To discover what lies at the end of the road, of course! Whether breathtaking views, an unmissable picnic spot, or a jacuzzi (really!), the mountain has more than a few tricks in its hiking backpack to entice you onto its paths!