Chamrousse in France Resort Guide
Part of the reason why the area has become so popular is its incredible hospitality and hotels, which are based just a short distance away from the slopes.
If you are searching for a peaceful stay away from it all, this amazing region of France continues to be a big attraction for wintersports fans and Britons looking to try the sport for the first time in a fantastic environment.
Across the resort there are 90km of runs, along with a snowpark and three nursery areas for newcomers to the area. One of the most challenging areas is Croix de Chamrousse, which is the highest point of the resort and features two of the most challenging routes.
On top of this, cross-country skiing is available throughout the resort and the Roche Beranger area provides some great options for both beginners and intermediates. Expect some brilliant forest runs, too, providing incredible views of the alps region.
Chamroussse is very close to Grenoble so easy to access via Lyon, Geneva and Greobble airports or Train
Accomodation & Après Ski
There are lots of restaurants and bars across the resort for visitors to explore, though the atmosphere is relatively quiet. When it comes to other activities, there is snowmobiling, paragliding and dog sledding to keep visitors occupied after a day on the slopes. There is a local market held in the area every Tuesday, alternating between the Chamrousse 1650 and Chamrousse 1750 areas.
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|RESORT HEIGHT||1650m||VERTICAL DESCENT||810m||OPENS|
|TOP STATION||2250m||DRAG LIFTS||8||EXPERT RATING|
|BOTTOM STATION||1440||CHAIR LIFTS||7||INTERMEDIATE RATING|
|GONDOLAS/CABLE CARS||1||BEGINNER RATING|
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