Cross-Country Skiing Guided Holidays
In one week through the Jura Mountains | 2018
Sunday, Monday and Saturday evening: Hotel La Haute Montagne in Lajoux
Your hotel is situated in Lajoux Village; it is not far from many Nordic ski trails and less than 2.5 kms from the start of one of the races. This 3-star hotel is owned by the Mermet family, whose patriarch participated in three Olympic games during the 1950s. There are 20 rooms with two, three, and four beds, each with a complete bathroom. The ambiance is comfortable and typically jurassienne. The hotel has a dining room with a panoramic view, a bar, a salon, a library, free Wi-Fi, boot warmers, and clothes warmers. In addition, there is a wax room and parking for private cars around the building. The “boss,” Gilles, will spoil you with great meals.
© Hotel de la Haute MontagneFine dining in Lajoux
© Hotel de la Haute MontagneDouble room of Haute Montagne
© Hotel de la Haute Montagne
Tuesday and Friday Evenings: Hôtel L’Arbezie in la Cure
Apparently, because Napoléon III walked the extra kilometer, two countries can sleep in the same room and eat at the same table. This no man’s land is where the hotel owners chose to build.Copious meals with a variety of food choices indeed, you will be enchanted by what you get to eat. It is a gourmet table from Gex countryside elaborated with local products and a passionate chef who adds to the warm French/Swiss atmosphere.
© Hôtel Arbez Franco-SuisseCosy living
© Hôtel Arbez Franco-SuisseFrench cuisine
© Hôtel Arbez Franco-Suisse
Wednesday and Thursday Evenings: Hôtel Le Grand Chalet in Foncine-le-Haut
In the heart of the Jura mountain range, this hotel is authentic with a warm atmosphere of a real chalet. The mood, the food, and the welcome are second to none. There are 52 rooms with all comforts included—each has a complete bathroom. The restaurant is on the ground floor right next to a bar, a fireplace, and a piano. There is an indoor swimming pool and a sauna at your disposal. WiFi is free.