From inspiring slopes for beginners to some of best off piste in the world, There is something for all skiers in Chamonix.

 

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PISTE MAP

Chamonix consists of four ski domains with additional access to Verbier, Courmayeur, Les Houches and the Aiguilles du Midi with a Mont Blanc Unlimited pass. Each domain has its own individual feel whether it sunny south facing slopes, tree runs or challenging off-piste areas Chamonix truely has something for everyone. 

Brevent/Flegere: Access to these two linked ski domains is just a short walk from the chalet. They offer sunny skiing on south facing slopes and cater for all capabilities. Both of these areas have slopes a number of greens and blues where first steps can be made. They both have more challenging areas too both for pisted and off piste and is perfect for groups with mixed abilities. 

Le Tour - Domain de Balme: Access to these two linked ski domains is just a short walk from the chalet. They offer sunny skiing on south facing slopes and cater for all capabilities. Both of these areas have slopes a number of greens and blues where beginners can learn. They both have more challenging areas too both for pisted and off piste. These areas are perfect for groups with mixed abilities.

Les Grand Montets: This domain is perhaps the most renowned of the Chamonix ski domains due to its fearsome reputation as a mountain with some of the best and most challenging off piste in the Alps. The pistes here are more steep and challenging than the rest of the domains but there is plenty here for the intermediate skier looking for a challenge including Europe's longest ski run. The mountain is positioned perfectly for optimum snow conditions and is perfect for any skier looking to push themselves a little and conquer these legendary slopes!  

Les Houches: This underrated ski area has some of the most fantastic views from the pistes and lifts in the valley, popular with families and the host of the Kandahar World Cup ski event it has beautiful wide runs and some the the best piste side restaurants in Chamonix. It also Caters for experienced skiers and snowboarders with some more challenging reds and blacks with plenty of tree runs to satisfy off piste enthusiasts. 

The Valle Blanche: If the incredible "valle blanche" is something you have always wanted to do we can recommend the best guides to do it with. This unique experience takes you up one of the world's highest cable cars (3842m) to ski with a guide off piste for 22km. The views are simply fantastic and the snow is incredible.

Courmeyeur/Verbier: If you puchase the Chamonix Unlimited Pass, you can also visit Italy's exclusive ski resort Courmayeur and Switzerland's world famous resort, Verbier. Please ask us for more information on special excursions.