Chamonix, France

Apr├Ęs-ski facilities in Chamonix

Chamonix in France offers 145 ski trails in a cosmopolitan and busy town with lots of facilities for apres ski enjoyment. With plenty of beginner pistes and options for more advanced skiers, Chamonix is a great skiing resort for a relaxing yet exciting getaway.

The Chamonix ski resort
Chamonix is set at the foot of Mont Blanc and is a picturesque ski resort with a cosmopolitan town center. There are 145 trails weaving throughout the area, and there are fantastic off-piste skiing and snowboarding opportunities. The skiing in Chamonix attracts the best skiers wanting to challenge themselves, but there are also good beginner pistes for those new to the snow.

Skiing in Chamonix

Après-ski in Chamonix
Aside from its beauty and winter sports, it is the après-ski that brings visitors flocking in huge numbers. There are 14 bars and seven clubs – so plenty to choose from after the ski lifts have closed. You could even fritter away your hard earned cash in the Casino of Chamonix. Many bars open well into the small hours. The Ice Rock Café and the Bar du Moulin are two of the most popular meeting points.

If you want to eat out, you won’t be disappointed. There are more than 80 restaurants ranging from classic French cuisine to Latin and Japanese. The prices vary from affordable to shockingly expensive, so whatever your budget – you won’t struggle for choice.

Other activities in Chamonix
It's not all skiing in Chamonix. More than 280 shops, weekly markets, the Alpine Museum, mountain treks, helicopter flights, paragliding, sports center, sauna, Turkish bath, sleigh rides and an ice skating rink.

The ski season in Chamonix
Skiing in Chamonix usually starts early December and ends first week in May.

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