Freeride Skiing
Skier in Chamonix
Skiing Family
Skiing family in Chamonix
Skiers Relaxing Mont Blanc
Skiers relaxing in Chamonix with Mont Blanc in the background
Skiers Mont Blanc
Skiers at the foot of Mont Blanc
Dog Sledding Chamonix
Dog sledding in Chamonix
Mont Blanc in Chamonix
Cross Country Skiers
Snow shoeing in Chamonix
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Centre of Chamonix at night
Apres With View Of Mont Blanc
Apres ski in Chamonix in view of Mont Blanc
Skiing in Chamonix
Grands Montets
Grands Montets in Chamonix
Town Centre
Centre of Chamonix
View Of Mont Blanc In Sunset
View Of Mont Blanc In Sunset
View Of Grandes Jorasses
View Of Grandes Jorasses
Skiing Into Sunset
Skiing Into the sunset
Chamonix Sunset
Sunset in Chamonix over Mont Blanc
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Skiers in Chamonix
Chamonix Ski Piste Map
Chamonix Ski Piste Map
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 Otchamonix Mdalmasso
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Dog Sledding Huskydalen
HIV14 Freeride Chamonix Tourist Office Christophe Henry
HIV26 Raquettes Chamonix Tourist Office Patrice Labarbe
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Les Houches Mont Blanc
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Skiing Le Tour
View Of Grandes Jorasses From Flegere
ESF Children In Front Of Sapiniere
Children Kindergarten in front of Chalet Hotel Sapinère


Challenging skiing and a vibrant collection of resorts make this valley a favourite among many keen skiers

With much of the terrain above 2000m, the skiing in Chamonix valley has for many years attracted skiers looking for good snow and who also want to ski the famous Vallée Blanche - or tackle the rest of the extensive off-piste skiing. But there is a lot more to skiing Chamonix than just challenging slopes, and skiers and snowboarders of all levels should find runs to the suit them. And you certainly don’t need to be an expert to enjoy the truly spectacular scenery. There’s an efficient ski bus which links the five main ski areas. At the foot of the majestic Mont Blanc massif, the resort’s setting is both unique and breathtaking. The town of Chamonix offers an excellent range of sporting and leisure facilities, and the nightlife, complete with an excellent choice of restaurants, is unrivalled, The choice of skiing is remarkable, with testing slopes for ambitious skiers at Argentière, cruisy blues and fun reds at Brévent-Flégère and Le Tour and skiing for beginners in Chamonix and at the pretty nearby village of Les Houches.

Insiders guide
  • High altitude skiing & guaranteed snow
  • Mont Blanc scenery & the Vallée Blanche
  • Short transfers from Geneva Airport


Chalet Hotel Sapinière

Arguably the best located hotel in Chamonix. The Savoy nursery slopes are literally just over the road from the hotel, from where the Savoy téléski lift whisks you up to the Brévent gondola, to access one of the best intermediate areas in the resort.

£ 652.5 Per person
Rockypop Hotel

Retro inspired hotel with a fun and niche style.

£ 549 Per person
Hotel Heliopic

We are delighted to feature this state-of-the-art, chic, yet comfortable hotel at the foot of the Aiguille du Midi cable-car.

£ 849 Per person
Refuge des Aiglons

The Refuge des Aiglons is a newly refurbished, stylish and modern hotel with excellent facilities, superb levels of service and cuisine and a friendly, relaxed atmosphere.

£ 819 Per person
Hotel Excelsior

The Hotel Excelsior has recently undergone a complete refurbishment providing a traditional, yet stylish hotel with great facilities. Now a 4* hotel, it boasts a fantastic spa with sauna, steam room and jacuzzi.  It is located in the picturesque hamlet of Les Tines, half way between the fantastic ski areas of Les Grands Montets and Flégère. 

£ 699 Per person
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