Megève, France

Megève is a commune in the Haute-Savoie department in the Rhône-Alpes region in south-eastern France with a population of over 4,000 residents. The town is well-known due its popularity as a ski resort near the Mont-Blanc in theFrench Alps. Conceived in the 1920s as a French alternative to Saint-Moritz by the Rothschilds, it was the first purpose-built resort in the Alps. Originally it was a prime destination for the French Aristocracy. It remains one of the most famous and fanciest ski resort in the world.
Megève's Alpine skiing area, known as the "Domaine Évasion Montblanc", comprises Megève itself (Mont d'Arbois, L'Allpete, Rochebrune and Côte 2000); Saint-Gervais-les-BainsComblouxLa GiettazLes Contamines-Montjoie andSaint-Nicolas-de-Véroce. The "Evasion Mont-blanc" range covers approx 445 km of the ski slopes.
The "Megève Polo Masters" is an international polo tournament played on snow. The "Snow Golf Cup" is a unique golftournament, held on snow on Megève's Mont d'Arbois plateau.ève

Trophée des Champions Montblanc in Megève, France

The much-anticipated "Montblanc Champions Trophy" will take place between Tuesday and Thursday, February 12.-14. Along for the ride are the best French golfer Raphaël Jacquelin, the former Davis Cup captain Guy Forget, rugby players Sylvain Marconnet and Jean-François Tordo, footballers Alain Boghossian, David Ginola and Jerome Alonso as well as the hero of the Davis Cup final of 1991, Henri Leconte.