The Chamrousse ski resort is at the situated just at the entrance to an area known as the Belledonne, only 30km from Grenoble. It is made up of two small towns: Chamrousse 1650 (Nook) and Chamrousse 1750-1700 (Roche Beranger - Arselle Ski Area) which are interconnected by ski slopes. The resort is cleverly built within the forest and has exceptional panoramic views overlooking Grenoble on the valley floor...
To help you get around town a little bit easier there is a free shuttle bus connecting the different parts of the resort: Chamrousse 1650 (Nook), Chamrousse 1700 (Arselle ski Area), Chamrousse 1750 (Roche Beranger) and Chamrousse 1600 (For Cross Country Skiing in Arselle).
For those looking for alpine skiing the resort will not be disappointed. New and intermediate skiers will be seduced by the easy, accessible skiing through the gladded forest on groomed ski slopes. Skiers can benefit from a half day pass which allows 4 consecutive hours of skiing which can start from any desired time throughout the day.
Skiers here can discover or rediscover the Olympic slopes and the technical Casserousse Couloir which provides over 850 metres of vertical ski descent.
The diverse resort has a place for everyone, even the ‘Free Stylers' who can amuse themselves in the easily accessible fun zones.
It is well worth noting that during the February holidays the Gaboureaux ski run is floodlit, lending itself to watching amazing sunsets over the Alps whilst night skiing: simply unforgettable!
As you would imagine Chamrousse is not only for skiers, there are many outdoor activities on offer for example; Paragliding, Snowshoeing, Snow mobiling and Ice driving. To really relax there is also a spa-wellness centre in resort.