WIN SWISS FLIGHTS WITH MOUNTAIN DROP-OFFS

by Mountain Drop-offs 14/Jul/2017
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Mountain Drop-offs has joined forces with its official airline partner SWISS to bring you a brilliant competition.

A prize draw with a PAIR of SWISS tickets from London to Geneva and shared airport transfers to anywhere in the Chamonix valley!

Wouldn't you like to enjoy an Autumn or Winter trip to Chamonix courtesy of Mountain Drop-offs? The chance for some hiking, climbing or high mountain routes once the summer hoards have gone home. Or how about some early winter season action in a valley that's legendary for its off piste skiing.

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Airport transfer specialists Mountain Drop-offs operate from Geneva to Chamonix and resorts across the French, Swiss and Italian Alps 365 days a year. Whether you want cost-effective, hassle free shared transfers from Geneva Airport to your destination, prefer a private transfer or want to live in the lap of luxury with their VIP option, then they have a door-to-door service to suit every budget.

They always put their customers first, which is why they've just been awarded the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence for 2017.

Now, wouldn't you like the person on the prize flights from SWISS to be you?

Just follow the link and ENTER for your chance to WIN and share the competition with your friends too.

You can always keep in touch with what's happening in Chamonix by following Mountain Drop-offs on Facebook or Twitter or follow #teamonthehill on Instagram for all the team's latest exploits.

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