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Located just a 5 minute drive away, this is the closest ski resort to our chalet, with a shuttle bus running daily right outside our door. This is a small but good resort used by the locals that is far from the hustle and bustle and never overcrowded with tourists.
There are 15 km of slopes available and 4 lifts at altitudes between 1,595 m and 2,267 m. There are 7 km of easy slopes, 5 km of intermediate and 3 km of difficult, making it the perfect place for beginner to intermediate skiers.
It doesn't have a designated learning area so it's not ideal for beginner skiers, but there is a complete beginner slope less than 10 minutes away so first timers can train there before joining the others.
When it comes to taking a break, grabbing a bite to eat or heading for a well deserved beer or vin chaud after the day's skiing, the resort has a small bar / restaurant at the top of the main lift and a larger one at the bottom, both have a decent selection as well as more than reasonable prices for Switzerland.
And of course, let's not forget the beautiful view of the Alps!
Located a 30 minute drive away with a view of the Mount Blanc Massif, La Fouly is the most varied of our local ski resorts. With something for all ages and ability levels. There are 3 lifts and 20 km of pistes, as well as additional freeride routes that can only be conquered with a guide. There are also excellent options for cross country skiing and snowshoeing in the valley.
For those needing to rent equipment, we're good friends with the owners of the rental store at the entrance of the resort, so you're sure to get kitted out for a good price. The bar & restaurant is reasonably priced and often hosts a DJ during the weekends. However, if you're looking to grab a cheaper bite to eat, there's also a small supermarket next to the rental shop.
Located about 15-20 minutes drive away next to one of neighbouring villages, this ski resort has 25 km of pistes, and while there is one decent blue run, the majority are red and black slopes designed for intermediates and upper-intermediates. There are also plenty of cross country tracks groomed for both classic and skating techniques.
When it comes to eating and drinking, there are 2 restaurants, one at the top of the lift and one at the bottom, as well as a refreshments hut next to the nursery slope.
From our Chalet it takes 20 minutes by car to Le Châble, the starting point to the world's third biggest skiing area.