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Catered and Self-Catered Apartments and Chalets, Peisey-Vallandry

Catered and self-catered apartments and chalets in Paradiski, available for ski holidays in the winter, or for cycling and hiking holidays in the summer. We also specialise in spring and autumn weekend getaways.


We are Mark and Cathy and we will be your hosts, we run everything ourselves so you have a more personal experience.

A marriage between a French native and a British native is unique and works so perfectly when accommodating our guests from all over Europe and the UK.

Between us, we have 30 years of combined experience in coordinating mountain holidays.

As skiers and mountain lovers ourselves, we have spent most of our adult lives skiing in the Tarentaise area. In 1999, we set up Go-Alpine in our favourite ski resort – Peisey-Vallandry.

Go-Alpine provides catered chalet accommodation, self-catered chalet accommodation, rental apartments or luxury half-board for families and groups of all sizes.

We are certain to have something that suits your needs and your budget.

Location of Our Chalets and Apartments in Paradiski

Accommodation is available for different group requirements and combinations. 

All our ski-in ski-out apartments are located a maximum of 150m from the ski lifts, shops and restaurants at the foot of the pistes in the Peisey-Vallandry ski resort at an altitude of 1600 metres 

We also have a beautiful 17th century renovated farmhouse Chalet Himalaya in the picture-postcard village of Peisey, located just 300 metres below. From here, the resort is quickly accessible via the local Lonzange (lobster pots) ski lift only 250 metres from our doorstep.

Peisey-Vallandry is part of the Les Arcs ski area and it is at the heart of the Paradiski resort. 

Skiers, hikers and bikers use the Vanoise Express to travel across the valley from Plan-Peisey to La Plagne. From Peisey-Vallandry you can access the whole 425km of pistes that make up the world-class Paradiski domain.

Peisey-Vallandry is also at the entrance to the famous Vanoise National Park – a cross country and nordic skiing wonderland in the winter and a beautiful hiking area during spring, summer and autumn.


What’s new in Les Arcs winter 2018/19

Quicker lifts and longer runs For the second year in a row, the most significant alterations to the landscape of Les Arcs…



Mark and Cathy are the perfect hosts, very welcoming, and nothing was any trouble. We could just relax and be looked after all week.

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