SKI CHAMONIX

The cosmopolitan resort of Chamonix lies at the foot of the majestic Mont Blanc, Europe’s highest mountain. The town centre of Chamonix is magical, oozing an exciting vibe, surrounded by dramatic peaks it’s no wonder visitors fall in love with the town as well as the amazing skiing. Offering some of the most luxurious ski chalets catered to the highest standard and come with your own chauffeur driven vehicle to take you around the valley. Read more

Take advantage of the challenging pistes and off-piste including the famous “Vallée Blanche” boasting 24km of breathtaking scenery. The resort is also fantastic for families with many activities for young and old, the choices are endless! Chamonix has a haven of shops, bars, restaurants, non-skiing activities, and apres-ski haunts making it an unforgettable destination for all....all you need is the perfect luxury chalet!

Region

Mont Blanc Region

Altitude

1,035 m

Highest Peak

Aiguille de Midi – 3,842m

Ski Terrain

Chamonix local has 108km of Piste. Grand Montets 28km, Brevent & Flegere 56km and Les Houches 55km

Number of runs in Chamonix locally;
8 Green runs
28 Blue runs
20 Red runs
10 Black runs

Cross Country: 40km

Closest Airport

Geneva 1 hour
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