Chamonix Mont Blanc ski holidays Skiing & snowboarding around the Chamonix Mont Blanc Valley
The Chamonix-Mont-Blanc Valley sits under the gaze of Europe's highest mountain at 4810m. There are several ski areas from Servoz at the entrance to the valley to Argentiere, famous for its Grand Montets off-piste ski terrain.
|5 ski resorts|
Families & children
The Chamonix Mont Blanc ski area, whilst known for extreme skiing, is also particularly well suited to family ski holidays and first time skiers and snowboarders. Ski areas such as Les Houches and La Flegere are ideal spots to learn to ski with their gentle beginner slopes.
Each resort around Paradiski offers something different in terms of the type and quantity of apres-ski venues. For lively apres-ski bars and clubs that stay open until the early hours, Les Arcs and La Plagne are the places to stay. In these two ski resorts, there are many cafes, bars and restaurants serving up local and international dishes.
For a more relaxed apres-ski scene, the best resorts are Les Coches and Montchavin. These smaller villages are much quieter than Les Arcs and La Plange which is more attractive for families.
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With a mixture of traditional chalets and new style apartments, the accommodation options around the Chamonix Mont Blanc Valley cater for all budgets and tastes. Each of the ski resorts have various hamlets and villages which together, provide 20 different destinations all with their own charm and character.
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Offering a warm and very friendly stay, the Chamonix Mont Blanc Valley ski resorts provide nothing less than the highest quality in service and fantastic chalets and apartments for you to enjoy for your ski holidays.
Things to See & do around the Chamonix Valley
Ski holidays in Chamonix Mont Blanc offer so much variety in terms of what do see and do for all ages. From day trips to one of the nearby lakes to visting one of the other ski resorts covered by the Mont Blanc Unlimited ski pass such as Megeve, Courmayeur or Verbier, there is never a dull moment in Chamonix Mont Blanc. With cultural events and an abundance of places of natural beauty, Chamonix Mont Blanc Valley is a treasure chest of surprises waiting to be explored. The towering peaks, countless rivers and not to mention the Savoie culture and heritage, the choice is as wide as gets. However there are a few things that you shouldn’t miss during your stay such as...
|A few suggestions...|
|Aiguille du Midi at 3,842m and see the 24km Vallée Blanche||✔|
|Montenvers cog & pin railway to the Mer du Glace||✔|
|Take the chairlify to the mouth of the Glacier des Bossons||✔|
|Visit tye Emosson dam just past Vallorcine and see dinosaur footprints||✔|
|Spa & wellness at QC Termechamonix||✔|
|Explore the Diosaz gorges at Savoz||✔|
|Spend a day skiing in Courmayeur in Italy||✔|
Featured chalets for sale
Whilst on you holiday in Chamonix Mont Blanc Valley, you may be interested in buying a chalet or apartment. The choice is wide from studio apartments to luxury chalets including several new developments where you can buy off-plan.
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Our view on ski holidays in the Chamonix Mont Blanc Valley
Skiing holiday in the Chamonix Mont Blanc Valley takes some beating with its excellent high altitude ski terrain and world famous nightlife. The down side is that only 2 of the 5 ski areas in the valley are lift linked. Having said that, the free ski buses are frequent so getting around the valley is not a problem. With short transfer times of just over 1 hour from Geneva airport, skiing holidays in the Chamonix Mont Blanc valley can easily be packed into a long weekend break.
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