Win a snow shoeing holiday in the Val d'Azun !

The website "Complete France" which is your go-to reference site when you need to know anything about ' La Belle France ' is running an advent calendar competition this year, and the star prize is a fabulous 8 day guided snow shoeing holiday with Purely Pyrenees, what a treat !

The winner of the competition, which is free to enter, will be able to take a partner or a friend to discover the magic of snow shoeing in the Pyrenees.  Excellent, comfortable accomodation with meals included, a bi-lingual guide, equipment included. Once you touch down in France there is nothing to worry about other than soaking in your surroundings, meeting new people, and perfecting the very simple art of snow shoeing.
 

Winter walking
 

If you have never tried snow shoeing it really is worth a go. All our trips are with an experienced guide who will take you off the way marked snow shoe tracks and into the forests and pretty, peaceful hidden corners of the Pyrenees under it's coat of snow. It's a winter experience very far removed from the rush and crush of the ski slopes and mechanical lifts. 

The trip that we are giving away is The Best Pyrenean Winter Walks (FP6PUAZ) and make a note in your diary, it's only possible to enter this competition on Christmas Eve, 24th December 2018 ! 

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