Anything to do with soaking up the good things in life would not be complete without paying homage to the rural Spa dens.
In the last of the series, GREEN & TONIC, we have dedicated this edit to the modern nomad seeking to claw back some of that rewarding, feel-good factor, being wrapped and cradled in a sea of fluffy white towels.
The landfill used to be an ensemble of slopes with earth covering the waste beneath but, until the moment of development of the project, without final capping.
Dalsnibba, National Tourist Route Geiranger-Trollstigen © Steinar Skaar
When you think of Norway beyond Oslo, you’re probably thinking about the dramatic landscapes of the fjords, and with good reason — there’s nowhere on Earth quite like them! There’s a lot more to Norway’s breathtaking beauty, though, and in 1997 Parliament decided on a way to help you get to it: The National Tourist Routes. After the municipalities nominated a total of 52 roads covering 8,000 kilometers, in 2004 18 were selected to receive the distinction. You’ll find White Line Hotels Edit Juvet Landskapshotell off Norwegian County Road 63, otherwise known as National Tourist Route Geiranger – Trollstigen.
“A place where the sun almost always shines”
What better way to kick off the winter festivities than with some serious downhill skiing, soothing spa treatments and superior gastronomy at Le Chalet Zannier in the French Alps? Fast approaching on the White Line Hotels calendar from the 14th to the 16th of December is the Lacroix Weekend, a mind-blowing mini-adventure for ski aficionados, mountain lovers and those who simply need to get away.