St-Luc Chandolin

Valais (Wallis)

St Luc/Chandolin constitutes one of the four skiing domains within the expansive Val d'Anniviers ski resort. The entire region offers access to 220 km of ski slopes accessible through a unified ski pass, featuring runs spanning altitudes from 1,680m to 2,980m above sea level. St Luc/Chandolin extensive 60 km network of pistes, accessible by chairlifts, rack railway, and 10 ski lifts, promises a winter wonderland with breathtaking views. It provides a more traditional Swiss Alps ski experience without the flashy elements of resorts like Verbier and Zermatt. It has smaller crowds, classic villages, and access to freeride terrain. The ski resort offers excellent snow quality due to its high altitude. However, some terrain faces a sunny southwest aspect, which can affect snow conditions during warmer temperatures.

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Where is St-Luc Chandolin located?

St-Luc and Chandolin are situated in the Val d’Anniviers, which is a valley in the canton of Valais in Switzerland. Specifically, these two villages are on the sunny eastern slope of the Val d’Anniviers. The closest major international airport is Geneva (GVA), approximately 185km away. Zurich (ZRH) and Milan Malpensa (MXP) are also within reach. Train travel from Geneva to Sierre/Siders is recommended, followed by a bus, taxi, or private transfer to the resort.

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