About the Resort
If you’re a serious skier, mountaineer or winter sports lover, there’s no doubt that Chamonix will be on your wish list. Renowned for its amazing alpine scenery and challenging steep runs, it also has some pretty extreme off-piste to experience too. Getting to Chamonix If you’re looking at Chamonix transfer times, the
The Chamonix piste map features four main resorts and its valley is the location for some of world’s top lift-served off-piste terrain, particularly with the infamous Vallée Blanche situated here. Read More
It can definitely be said that Chamonix isn’t your traditional ski resort. It’s a valley town, nestled below Mont Blanc. Packed full of history, it’s seen as the birthplace of modern mountaineering. And now the world’s leading mountain skiers have Chamonix on their list for its superb pistes and in particular, its hugely challenging off-piste terrain. Read More
If you’re thinking about Chamonix ski accommodation, you’ve got lots of choice here. There’s something for all budgets, whether you’re looking for apartments, chalets or Chamonix hotels. Read More
When it comes to altitude, Chamonix reaches 3840m at highest point. And thinking about Chamonix weather, traditionally,the best month for snow at the top of the ski area tends to be March when they experience around an average of 379cm per month. Read More
There’s no doubt about it, Chamonix is a world-class ski resort, with outstanding off-piste and brilliantly steep terrain. It’s probably a better location if you’re an advanced skier or a confident intermediate as there aren’t many dedicated areas for beginners. Read More
+Stunning views and picturesque surroundings.
+Not your typical purpose built French Resort, its steeped in Alpine tradition.
+Lots of tough terrain, on and off piste perfect for advanced/expert skiers,
Things to think about
– Ski areas are not well linked.
– Some Lifts need updating.
– Lots of road traffic.
– The ski areas don’t cater well for groups of mixed abilities that would like to ski in the same area/resort together.
The CHAMONIX LePass pass opens the doors to all Chamonix ski areas (off the Grands Montets summit)
for fun skiing on slopes between 1000 and 2765 m altitude.
Chamonix ski areas : Brévent-Flégère area, Grands Montets area (Except top), Balme – Le Tour – Vallorcine area.
Childs Ski Pass 5-14 Years.
894km 8hr 9min
Travel from Calais
Geneva Airport | 99.3km | 1hr 12min