Chamrousse ski resort consists of two charming towns: Chamrousse 1650 and Chamrousse 1750-1700, seamlessly connected by ski slopes. Cleverly integrated into the forested landscape, the resort offers stunning panoramic views of Grenoble from its vantage point. A convenient free shuttle bus links different parts of the resort, including Chamrousse 1650, Chamrousse 1700, Chamrousse 1750, and Chamrousse 1600 (for Cross Country Skiing in Arselle). With options like a half-day pass for flexible skiing, the resort caters to both new and intermediate skiers, inviting them to explore groomed slopes winding through the forest. Noteworthy is the illuminated Gaboureaux ski run during February holidays, creating an unforgettable experience of night skiing against the backdrop of Alpine sunsets. Beyond skiing, Chamrousse presents a variety of outdoor activities, including paragliding, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, and ice driving. For those seeking relaxation, the resort features a spa-wellness center, rounding out the perfect mountain retreat.
Chamrousse is located in the Belledonne mountain range in the French Alps, approximately 30 kilometers southeast of Grenoble. It is situated in the Isère department of the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region in southeastern France.
The nearest major airport to Chamrousse is Grenoble Alpes-Isère Airport (GNB), which is approximately 100 kilometers away. Other airports that can be considered, though they are farther away, include Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport (LYS) and Geneva Airport (GVA). Travelers can choose the airport that best suits their travel plans and preferences, considering factors such as flight availability, transportation options, and proximity to their final destination.
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