Chamonix Mont Blanc
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Chamonix-Mont-Blanc or more commonly known as Chamonix needs no introduction. It is one of the most famous resorts in the French Alps. It held the very first Winter Olympics in 1924. The village is situated at the foot of the highest peak in the Alps, Le Mont Blanc. It is a picturesque commune located in the Haute Savoie department of the Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes region of France at the junction of Italy and Switzerland. Situated to the North of the Mont Blanc mountain, the village is over looked by the famous peaks Aiguille de Midi and Aiguille Rouges.
World renowned for its amazing off piste and steep technical ski areas. A mecca for the expert skiers and snowboarders. The ski domain consists of five different areas, but only two are directly linked by lift systems. The others spread along the valley from the southern area of Les Houches at an altitude of 1000m to the more northern area of Le Tour sitting at an elevation of 1450m. Offering 150km of ski pistes served by 65 ski lifts with some taking to an altitude of more than 3000m. Ski areas range from an altitude of 950m to 3300m.
Le Brevent and La Flegere ski areas situated on the more sunny south side of the valley are the closest to the main village of Chamonix. The ski area is commonly referred to as Chamonix in regards to the village, however the domain actually consists of a number of small villages stretching along the valley. The villages are Servoz, Les Houches, Les Bosson, Les Praz, Les tines, Argentière, Montroc, Le Tour and finally Vallorcine. A free local bus service provides the link to access the different ski areas of the valley.
101km from Geneva airport transfer approximately 1h15m
145km from Chambery airport transfer approximately 1h40m
221km from Lyon airport transfer approximately 2h15m
224km from Grenoble airport transfer approximately 2h15m