Chamonix is surrounded by the Mont Blanc's (4,810 m) impressive mountain scenery. This region's largest resort offers its guests perfect access to the ski region. Challenging and diverse ski areas, stretching up to an altitude of 3,842 m, all group around the resort of "Cham", as the town is lovingly also referred. However, the real fun starts off-piste. Every year extreme skiers and freeriders from all over the world compete here. Chamonix, venue for the 1924 Olympic Games, is retrospective of a long tradition and is distinctive in its outstanding activities available to tourists, as well as its spectacular scenery. Situated at 1,035 m, there is a fabulous panoramic view for visitors to enjoy. The "Large Beauty", as she is called by the locals, dominates the valley with its 4,810 m high snow and ice covered summit. However, even wild and rugged summits such as Drus (3,754 m) or Aiguille du Midi (3,842 m) are not easily overlooked. The city offers a lively centre with a pedestrian zone, numerous restaurants and cafés, as well as a great aprés ski scene. All the same, Chamonix has retained its typical Savoyard village character.
Remember if you don't find quite what you are looking for you can always give us a call. We are ready to help you find your perfect alpine holiday. Or perhaps you might like to consider an alternative destination? For example have you considered Fugen in Austria? - If you choose to stay in one of our Fugen chalets, you can look forward to an unspoiled Zillertal village with a road up to the satellite Hochfugen which is part of the fair sized ski optimal area along with Kaltentbach. Or perhaps as a possible alternative suggestion how about Val Thorens in France? - The Val Thorens lakes & mountains resort is Europe’s highest resort, with guaranteed good snow – and other attractions including stylish lodgings and good restaurants to name but a few. Check out our sister site www.summer-chalets-france.co.uk for some great deals on chalets and apartment rentals in Val Thorens. [Less]