Profile Chamonix

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Brevent Flegere

Valley Chamonix valley
Mountain range Mont Blanc Gruppe
Vertical drop 1035 - 3300 meters
Descent 2265 meters

Slopes

Total slopes (n) 80
Total slopes (km) 56
  • novice13km
  • intermediate7km
  • expert7km

Ski routes (km) 41.0
Loipes (km) 20

Lifts

drag- chair- gondolas
21228
Total lifts (n) 52
capacity: 58000 persons/hour

Skipass

Currency: euro
Daycard adult 55.00
6-day card 275.00
Daycard child 46.80
6-day card 233.80

Altitude

Interm. altitude 45%
High altitude 55%

Angle

Bit steep 19%
Steep 19%
Very steep 19%
Extrem. steep 2%

Orientation

North 4%
East 48%
South 45%
West 3%

Ski resort ratings

Ski resort ratings for Chamonix compared to all other ski resorts. Based on 202 reviews.

Overall 80 Skiing 84
BeginnerIntermediateAdvancedOff-PisteSnow
8.1 6.97.6 7.68.5 7.78.9 7.18.6 7.0
FamilyAtmosphereNatureWalkingLifts
8.2 7.67.1 7.87.6 6.78.9 7.77.8 7.0

Reviews

Basically, I would say if you are a beginner or a timid intermediate there are much better resorts for you to visit. The only "proper" runs are at Le Tour (Domaine La Balme). There you will find nicely pisted slopes with a fair grading system which will enable you to***ess what you can expect from a run accurately. There is also a nice wee beginner area at the bottom. The home run is black icy steep track which is not recommended for anyone but experts. The Grand Montets area is world renowned for its high off piste skiing. Taken as a whole the Chamonix area is hard skiing, inconveniently dispersed, hard to get to and ridiculously expensive, even without the added burden of the exc
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Address
Office de Tourisme de la vallee de Chamonix-Mont-Blanc Place du Triangle de l'Amitie, 85 74400 Chamonix-Mont-Blanc France Tel.: +33 / 450 / 530024 Fax: +33 / 450 / 535890 Email: info@chamonix.com
Chamonix Haute Savoie France

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