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Is a valley located in the border of France between Switzerland and Italy, and is divided into 5 sectors: Domaine de Balme, Grands Montets, Brevent Flegere, Montenvers Mer de Glace et Aiguille du Midi. It’s nested in the shadow of Mont Blanc that with its 4.810m of rocks, snow, ice and fun for everybody, it’s a breathtaking sight.

● Skiing kms: 115
● KmSki area: 308
● haMaximum altitude: 3275
● mMinimum altitude: 1252
● mSki slope: 2.023 m

Tracks: 106

● Green slopes: 15
● Blue slopes: 36
● Red slopes: 40
● Black slopes: 15
● Longest Run: 19 Km

Ski Lifts: 65

● Telecabin: 20
● Chairlifts: 27
● TeleSkis: 18

Getting there

the nearest airports are:

● Geneva Airport (80 km) -Switzerland
● Chambery Savoie Airport (139 km) - France
● Milan Malpensa Airport (225 km)– Italy
● Cuneo Levaldigi Airport (258 km)– Italy
● Milan Linate Airport (265 km)– Italy
● Bergamo Orio al Serio (282 km) – Italy

the nearest train station are:

● Geneva -Switzerland
● Martigny - France
● Milan – Italy


The Chamonix Le Pass ski pass fits all the Chamonix-Mont Blanc (except the Grands Montets summit) ski area with a single ski pass. The price will vary depending on the option you choose:

Forfait First Sow –to be used between 24/11 and 21/12, from4 hours to 1 day;

Forfait High Season -to be used between 22/12 and 05/04, from 4 hours or 21 days;

Annual Forfait –for the entire year.


In addition to skiing you can enjoy activities such as:

● Paragliding –alone or in a tandem flight with a qualified pilot, you can experience the Alps from a different perspective
● Speed Riding -a blend of paragliding and skiing that lets you ride/fly the slopes at incredible speeds
● Snowshoeig -Snowshoeing is agreat way for people of all ages to experience the beauty of nature. There are many trails perfect for Snowshoeing in Chamonix, with or without a mountain guide.
● Dog Sledding -If you like dogs even just a little bit, then dog sledding is exciting. With a team of Alaskan Huskies or Greenland Huskies pulling your sled, you can sit back and enjoy the ride and the views.
● Ski Joëring –derived from the Norwegian and meaning ski driving, a horse wears a harness with rectangular flap for the skier to hold and be pulled by the strength of the horse, giving a sensation similar to a drag lift but much more rewarding.
● Chamonix Amusement Park -Summer toboggan, trampolines, jet nautic, slides, chair lift, Komet, sky dive, loops and much more can be found at Leisure Park Planards in Chamonix Mont Blanc.
● Spa -after a hard day of skiing you can enjoy a relaxing session in one of Chamonix's Spa, the Résidence & Spa Vallorcine Mont-Blanc, Spa of the Grand Hotel des Alpes, Spa Le Bachal -Hotel Albert 1er Chamonix and the Richard Bozon Sports Centre in Chamonix. In the ski season it is advisable to make your reservation in advance.
● Ice skating -Within easy walking distance of the town centre, the Richard Bozon Sports Centre includes an indoor Olympic sized rink (60 x 30m), open daily, and an outdoor rink (26 x 56 m) open for the winter season.