Ski holidays in Chamonix
The Vallée de Chamonix Mont-Blanc is known as one of the best and largest ski resorts in Europe. Do you have an unforgettable ski trip in mind? With these offers to ski in Chamonix you have no excuse to make it real.
The alpine domain of Vallée de Chamonix Mont-Blanc
On the border of the French Alps with Italy and Switzerland, in the middle of the mountain range, we find what is probably one of the largest ski areas on the European continent. With the different forfait options you can find in Estiber, you can access a domain that goes from 114 kilometers of Chamonix, up to more than 800 kilometers offered by the Montblanc Unlimited forfait to ski, among others, Courmayeur, Funivie Monte-Blanco (Italy), Verbier (Switzerland) ...
A domain for all tastes
Within the Chamonix ski resort, whatever the ski area according to the different Chamonix Le Pass or Mont-Blanc Unlimited forfaits, you will find options for all skiers. 114 km of slopes and 40 available lifts contain from areas specially designed for beginners, like Col de Balme or on the gentle slopes of the south of La Flégère, to the endless off-piste possibilities and steep slopes of the Grands Montets area in Brévent. In addition, there are numerous descents through fir forests, snowparks with all kinds of modules and structures and other options for everyone to enjoy. The Chamonix le Pass pass gives access to the Domaine de Balme Tour Vallorcine, Brévent-Flégère, Les Grands Montets, Les Planards, La Vormaine, Les Chosalets and Le Savoy, but you can also access these tracks and many more, including Courmayeur, Funivie Monte-Blanco (Italy), Verbier (Switzerland) ... with the Montblanc Unlimited pass.
Àpres - ski in Chamonix, a real 'religion' for some
The alpine resorts and mountain villages are known for their impressive apes-ski proposals. And Chamonix, of course, is not less. Known as the centre for all the sportsmen, adventurers and party-lovers of the area. The options, as in the tracks, almost infinite. Bars and pubs with live music, nightclubs, bars and cafes of typical and traditional atmosphere, casino, cinema and a long list of restaurants is what you will find in Chamonix.
When is the best time to ski in Chamonix?
You will always have a great time on the ski slopes of Chamonix, all through the ski season. However, since we are travelling to the Alps, it is worth waiting until the snow conditions are better. We recommend going after the Christmas holidays. In January and February, the snow conditions are ideal and there is a great atmosphere in Chamonix.
Does Chamonix have snowparks and off-piste areas?
Yes, in the Chamonix ski resort there is the Grands Montets Snowpark with two boardercrosses, the Brevent & Flégère Snowpark near the Altitude 2000 restaurant, the snowpark Le Tour-Balme and the Bellevue Snowpark - Les Houches, which is suitable for beginners and experts. For those looking for off-piste, one of the most famous places is the Vallée Blanche ( good ski level required).
How to sleep in Chamonix on a budget?
Sleeping on a budget in Chamonix has never been so easy. Stop searching for ski pass prices and accommodation in Chamonix on your own, it is much cheaper to book a package deal with a specialised agency that includes hotel + ski pass in Chamonix. Check out our offers, with a variety of hotels and flats, and make your dream of skiing in the French Alps come true.
How many skiable kilometres and slopes does it have?
The Chamonix resort currently has 182km of skiable slopes divided into 100km of blue, 60km of red and 22km of black.