Chamonix is home to Mont Blanc and is widely regarded as the original birthplace of alpine skiing.
The resort is justifiably famous for its' high altitude off-piste skiing and breathtaking scenery. Chamonix was home to the first ever Winter Olympics in 1924, hence it's reputation as a world class ski resort.
Ever since the discovery of the spectacular Mer de Glace, mountaineers and outdoor enthusiasts have flocked to the magical ‘Chamouni Valley’. With five unique and varied ski areas Chamonix offers something for all levels of skier, all with the majestic backdrop of the Mont Blanc Massif.
More experienced skiers shouldn’t miss the Vallee Blanche, a 20km off piste route through some of the most spectacular glacial scenery in the world. Add to all this a short transfer time and a wide choice of accommodation and restaurants and it’s easy to see why Chamonix is the stuff of legends.
Ski Altitude 1035 – 3842m
Total Pistes 157km
Black Runs 12
Red Runs 26
Blue Runs 43
Ski Lifts 122
International Airport: Geneva International (1 hour)
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