Going Skiing For A Stag Do

by : Anna Stenning

Weekend breaks are good for people wanting to refresh themselves and make a quick getaway to clear their heads. Ski weekends in France have become an increasingly popular choice as there are more flights travelling over to France, offering cheap deals on transportation service (pick up and drop off from the airport to your accommodation) and cheaper prices on chalets. France is the best choice for many skiers, including those who are skiing for the first time.

Many people have also recognised that ski weekends in France can act as a perfect trip for a stag do or a hen night celebration. Some of resorts offer week long skiing holidays, which many people cannot afford to take nor take the time off from work to take part in. This plays a problem for those looking to take a break, which is different from any other holiday they have participated in and one that will keep them fit throughout their visit.

Short ski weekends in France make it possible for everyone of all different levels to try out something different without having to worry about breaking their bank accounts. Going away for a stag or hen do has fast become a popular concept for many brides or grooms to-be. Making the final day of the single life as memorable as possible is something people prefer to do abroad. There are still the same old traditions of a normal hen night or stag do, however it has become more about keeping a close bond between friends and celebrating the lead up to the wedding.

Some of the resorts that people can visit to enjoy a good stag-do is the Savoie Alps, Tignes. This is regarded as one of the best skiing holidays in Europe with people looking for more interaction, a unique experience and a stag or hen weekend that is active and fun. Skiing is a sport that almost everyone prefer to do during the winter season as a way of getting over the winter blues and keeping oneself active whilst on holiday.

The same idea has been adopted to celebrating a stag or hen weekend, with some of the older traditions being abandoned for a more active and friendly time together as a group. More people prefer to keep these weekends relatively friendly, with others wanting to keep the old tradition of going to the pub, getting drunk and then waking up to find themselves strapped to the lamp post with no clothes on.

Taking a break like spending time out on ski weekends in places like France makes the day enjoyable, fun and avoids the risk of seeing the groom waking up in some unwanted places. Instead of going through the traditional methods of celebrating an upcoming wedding, why not try skiing, ice-skating, mountain biking, trekking or kayaking abroad for a bit of a change.