Skiing in Champery Switzerland PDS

Ultimate Skiing Guide – Champery Ski Resort Switzerland

Winter in Champery Switzerland is both a postcard-perfect alpine village and a modern-day ski resort. With the Dents du Midi & Dents Blanches being your backdrop, some would say it has the best views in Portes du Soleil. Combine this with ultra-quiet pistes makes for a great ski destination.

Skiing in Champery was my last stop during my ski safari across France and Switzerland through the Portes Du Soleil area. After continuously skiing for 10 days, I was exhausted and was looking forward to my 4-day stay.

Panoramic view of Dents Blanches from skiing Champery resort
Dents Blanches mountains, Champery Ski Resort

About Champéry Ski Resort

Champery is a small working village with a population of 1300 people and an altitude of 1,050m. It is an across-border ski resort located in Switzerland and bordering France.

The village has that warm welcoming feel about it and the people don’t hesitate to assist you. When I was there they would stop, talk to me and ask me if I needed anything.

Champery is ideal for someone who wishes to ski/board on good long and sometimes steep runs with scenic surroundings. As well as wanting to indulge in great traditional food and wine.

Don’t worry if you’re not keen on steep runs as Champery is one of five villages that make up the Swiss side of the Portes Du Soleil. Your Champery lift pass will cover all these villages, apart from Torgon.

Skiing Champery Switzerland

Portes du Soleil – Swiss Side

The Portes Du Soleil ski area is interlinked by 12 resorts across France and Switzerland. With access to over 600kms of pistes, it is considered to be one of the biggest ski areas in the world. Meaning there is something for everyone, from a complete beginner to seasoned skiers.

The villages in the Portes Du Soleil on the Swiss side are Champery – Les Crosets – Champoussin – Foilleuse/Morgins and Torgon. They are all easily accessible to each other, as well as to the French side, like Chatel and Avoriaz.

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Other resorts in the Portes du Soleil Ski area

Things to do in Winter Champery Skiing Switzerland PDS

Ski Slopes & Pass

Champery Skiing Pass

Champery skiing passes are flexible, you can get one for the Champery and Swiss resorts. Or for the whole 12 resorts in the Portes du Soleil which is 600kms of ski pistes. If you want to ski in Avoriaz ski resort on the border located above the Swiss wall. Then you will need to make sure that get a Portes Du Soleil pass.

You can buy your lift pass online to miss the queue and pick it up from the ski office or they can send it to you. Once you have your Champery ski pass, you can recharge it online.

Champery Ski Slopes

Champery covers 165kms of marked ski slopes connected with 37 ski lifts. If you combined this with the Portes du Soleil ski area other resorts, there is over 600kms of pistes across 280 ski slopes interlinked by 196 ski lifts.

The combined Swiss area contains a vast range of wide, sunny, long intermediate runs, typically far quieter than over on the French side of the Portes du Soleil like Avoriaz. With this in mind, I noticed that there were more intermediate to advanced skiers and boarders in the area.

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For snowboarders, there is a terrain park and a half pipe. If you are a super confident skier and are looking for a challenge, Champery is also home to one of the worlds most dangerous runs, The Swiss Wall.

My Skiing experience in Champery

One of my favourite days’ skiing was when I transferred from the resort of Chatel to Champery. I skied over the border from France to Switzerland through both Morgins and Les Crosets. Most of the piste was red and are atop the Swiss mountains overlooking the Dents du Midi and the Dents Blanches.

It would have to be one of the most scenic areas in the Portes Du Soleil. The best bit about skiing in Champery is a cross-border ski resort, meaning you can ski in both Switzerland or France. 

Signpost on the ski slopes of Champery
Skiing near the France & Swiss boarder – Champery Switzerland

Overview of skiing in the Champery area

  • The Champery Ski Pass (Known as the CLCF) covers four Swiss resorts 
  • 37 Ski lifts & 165 km of ski runs
  • Plenty of on and off-piste skiing, especially after a fresh dump of snow
  • The famous Swiss Wall – Ungroomed
  • Superpark based in Les Crosets
  • Night skiing every Wednesday & Saturday in Champery
  • If you have time, definitely ski over to both Morgins and Les Crosets Ski Resorts. It is included in your Champery ski pass.

Whether you are a confident skier or a beginner, it is always best to wear a ski helmet when skiing.

Off-piste skiing at the top of the mountains – Champery

The Famous Swiss Wall

The Champery ski resort is home to the infamous “Swiss Wall” officially known as the Le Pas de Chavanette. Situated on the Swiss-French border, this 1km run with a 400-metre drop is not for the fainthearted and is considered to be one of the world’s toughest runs.

This run is so steep that the snow grooming machines cannot go down it, meaning that the run is consistently covered in moguls from the start of the season until the snow melts.

If you don’t want to ski down but still want to see the views and watch other skiers and boarders. Then you can take the Chavanette chairlift to the top of the Swiss Wall and have lunch at O’Padcha. The restaurant sits right on the French and Swiss border and not only can you have lunch in both countries, there is also an amazing view to enjoy over the Alps.

Winter skiing in Champery Switzerland

Non-skiing Activities in Champery

There is so much more you can do during winter other than skiing at Champery ski resort. From dog sledging, curling to simply just enjoy the food and Swiss wine. I like to mix up my days by skiing half a day and doing an activity for the other half. 

Here are just a few other activities you can do in winter;

Non Ski activities across the Portes du Soleil

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Red Bull ‘Bataille des Bosses’ Switzerland challenge

I attended the Red Bull ‘Bataille des Bosses’ Switzerland challenge, a few years ago now. It is where skiers race against the clock and an opponent on the Swiss Wall. It was such a fun and intense race to watch and was worth attending, it was cool to watch the skiers go underneath you while you’re on the chairlift.

Starting point of the Red Bull, Face the Wall Switzerland challenge with Dent du Midi in the background
The starting point of the Red Bull  Bataille des Bosses Switzerland challenge

Take a Boarding Lesson

I am a skier but have always wanted to try snowboarding, however, I just have never had the time. When the opportunity came up that I could try my hand at snowboarding in the Champery, I thought I would give it a go and see if I could be converted.

My boarding instructor was Nicolas (or Nick for short) from Freeride Company. Even though I was on a red run (on the flat bit) learning, he made me feel at ease. I had a great lesson and it was fun learning something new on the slopes. I was completely exhausted afterwards but satisfied with what I had achieved.

 ⇒  Have I been converted? No, but I have taken another Snowboarding lesson at The SnowCentre in England. 

MelBtravel getting a snowboard lesson
MelB learning how to Snowboard with Nick – Champery Ski Resort Switzerland

Try your hand at curling

I underestimated just how hard Curling was until I tried it at Palladium Sports and Cultural Centre in Champery. The only thing I knew about it was it’s competed at the Winter Olympics. Curling is a sport in which players slide a granite stone on a sheet of ice. While trying to get as close as possible to the target area at the end of the ice route.

Palladium Sports and Cultural Centre offered an intro-to-curling workshop, which is what I did. It is a great activity to do with family or a group of friends, especially when it is snowing heavily. It is a game of skill and strategy but also a lot of fun too.

Addition Information:

  • Groups of 7 to 50 people: 40 CHF per person for 2 hours
  • Have a drink in the Palladium bar and restaurant when you’ve finished slip-sliding on the ice
  • The centre also offers a variety of other activities, like indoor ice-skating and indoor rock climbing.
MelBtravel getting ready to curl on the ice
Learning how to curl at Palladium Sports Centre- Champery Switzerland

Take a well-deserved break at The Thermes Parc Spa

Nothing beats taking a well-deserved break at a Spa, especially after a hard day of skiing in Champery. The Thermes Parc Spa is the perfect place for families or on your own. It is made up of a large indoor Spa pool, an outdoor pool and an unfiltered outdoor Spa water pool. Which can be accessed via an indoor/outdoor plastic flap interface.

All the pools are heated at various temperatures from 41c to around 31c, meaning you should always stay warm. I went to the Thermes Parc Spa after skiing for nearly two weeks straight. It was just what I needed to put my feet up and relax with a swim.

Additional Information

  • The train from Champery stops on the hill and it’s a 5-7 min walk down.
  • The towels and robes are available to rent.
  • Remember – To take your Swimwear 
Thermes Par Spa building showing outdoor heated pools in the foreground
Outside The Thermes Parc Spa

Attend the Rock the Pistes Festival

If you only ever attend one ski festival in your lifetime, then it will have to be Rock the Pistes. It is an annual music festival spread across the entire Portes Du Soleil ski area, held over a week. Each resort hosts a series of both indoor and outdoor events, with the drawcard being the on-piste concerts.

Read the full review of Ski Rock the Piste Festival which has tips and useful information.

The festival provides the perfect opportunity to ski or snowboard while enjoying music from international acts. The best bit is the concerts are FREE as they are included in your ski pass. 

I attended Rock the Pistes for a few days and experienced exactly what it is like to attend a concert at high altitude in Portes Du Soleil. I had such a wonderful time, the atmosphere was electric, the bands were great and the views across the Alps as the backdrop were stunning.

There is no doubt in my mind that this is one of the best ski festivals in Europe.

Most of the concerts start in the afternoon after lunch. So if you don’t want to miss out on skiing, get up for the first run of the morning. Then you get the best of both worlds, skiing and music.

Ski racks are provided at each concert venue on the slopes, for your equipment. As skis and snowboards need to be removed for entering the concert areas.


  • The lifts will stay open half an hour later than usual during the week of the music festival.

360 in the VIP area at Rock the Pistes Festival

Accommodation in Champery

Given the size, there are plenty of different types of accommodation in Champéry available. With everything being within 10-15mins walking distance from the centre of town and also the main gondola Télépherique Champéry – Croix-de-Culet.

You can choose from bed and breakfast, luxury chalets, hotels and BnB’s. On a budget, there is even a cute hosteLe Petit Baroudeur which is perfect. Feel free to check current availability for accommodation in Champery.

 ⇒ Electrical equipment: Switzerland uses two different types of plugs. Plug type C (which has two round pins) and type J ( which has three round pins).

Le Chalet de l’Atelier 

Situated in the centre of Champery Village at the foot of the Dents du Midi is Le Chalet de l’Atelier. A stylish chalet hotel with only four rooms that made it feel cosy. The hotel also has two restaurants and a bar that is open during the winter season. The Télépherique Champéry – Croix-de-Culet Cable Car was only 5 minutes walk away.

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I stayed here during my first trip skiing in Champery and loved my chalet styled room with views of the Dents du Midi. I enjoyed coming back in the afternoon and having a relaxing drink in the bar. Click to check for availability and prices for Le Chalet de l’Atelier.  

• Address; Rue du Village 106, 1874 Champéry, Switzerland

Le Chalet de l'Atelier room with wood pile under window
My room at the Le Chalet de l’Atelier – Champery Ski Village

The Lodge Champéry by Mrs Miggins

If you close your eyes and imagine a luxury chalet with your own private hot tub and amazing views of the Swiss Alps, then The Lodge Champery by Mrs Miggins is definitely your place. Not only does this place have everything you want from a private chalet but it is in the prime position. Just 1-minute walk to the Télépherique Champéry – Croix-de-Culet and to the Palladium Centre and supermarket. 

 Read a full review on The Lodge Champery by Mrs Miggins 

I stayed here during the summer season and loved everything about this accommodation, especially the hot tub. During the winter season, there is a drying room and storage for your skis and boards. Click to check for availability and prices for The Lodge Champery by Mrs Miggins. 

• Address; Route des Tavys 8, 1874 Champéry, Switzerland

Where to eat in Champery 

There are lots of yummy restaurants and cafe places to eat in Champery village and on the ski slopes. There are also some great options in the surrounding villages especially if you have a car. Here are just a few places where to eat in Champery.

Additionally, if you like more food options then take a read Resort On the Up, Chatel Ski Resort. It is located just across the border on the French side not too far from Champery.

The Croix de Culet

Address; Route de Planachaux 160, 1874 Champéry, Switzerland

Situated at the top of the Télépherique Champéry – Croix-de-Culet is the Restaurant de La Croix-de-Culet, just outside from the Gondola. It has views overlooking both Dents du Midi and the Dents Blanches and the Swiss Wall. This modern Swiss restaurant has all your traditional Swiss specialities. However, it boasts a great terrace to take advantage of the amazing views of the Alps.

If you are not hungry but still want to enjoy the views that is not a problem, as you can also stop in there for a coffee or apres-ski while taking in the views. 


  • You don’t have to have a ski pass either, you can just get a pass to go up on the gondola separately.
Lunch of Croute au fromage
Croute au fromage -Croix-de-Culet – Champery Switzerland

L’Alta Restaurant- Pizzeria- Wine Bar

Address:  Rue du Village 71, 1874 Champéry, Switzerland

Looking for somewhere to eat in Champery village, then try Alta restaurant. A wood-fired pizzeria restaurant and wine bar, located in the village on the main street. It also has some pretty nice views of the Dents du Midi. 

There was a great selection of wine and food, as well a friendly welcoming atmosphere. I had delicious crumbled cheese for a starter and then a mouth watering risotto paired with local Swiss wine. This is a great spot to come in the afternoon after skiing in Champery. 

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Le Nord Cafe

Address: Rue du Village 106, 1874 Champéry, Switzerland

Situated in the centre of Champery village underneath Le Chalet de l’Atelier is the cosy Le Nord Cafe restaurant. It is definitely one of the best places to eat in town and it is easy to see why, with its selections of fondue and other traditional Swiss food.

My problem was deciding on what to have and when I did choose(steak tartare with salad), I was not disappointed.


  • I definitely recommend booking as it only has two sitting times 11:30 to 14:00 and 18:30 to 21:30.
Goats cheese salad at Le Nord Cafe
Goats Cheese Salad  –  Le Nord Cafe restaurant – Champery Ski Resort

Getting to Champery Ski

Champery is located on the Swiss side of the Portes Du Soleil on the border between France and Switzerland. With Geneva being the closest international airport. Sion Airport is closer but only a couple of airlines go there and they are limited. Your options for getting to Champery are via car, transfer or train.

Going via train, you will need to change at which Aigle to get to Champery village. 

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Geneva to Champery

Geneva to Champery is roughly around 124 km. If you are going by car it should take an hour and a half via A1 and A9. Making it super easy to get to for a weekend trip.

Hiring a Car

Alternatively, if you are hiring a car, Geneva Airport has plenty of options. Just make sure to check if you booked it on either the French or Swiss side. As the airport is based on both sides it is easy to do if you don’t know the airport. As well as use it for day trips to places like Chambery, Annecy or even Geneva. 

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Winter Champéry Switzerland Skiing

Tips before heading to Champery Resort

  • FREE WIFI is available at the tourism office.
  • I always carry a day backpack when skiing, as well as a water bottle. It keeps me hydrated, especially with my rare heart condition and pacemaker/ICD.
  • Children under the age of 5 can ski for FREE
  • Exploring other parts of Switzerland while there? Think about getting a 4 day Swiss Travel Pass.
  • There is a little courtesy train that goes from Croix de Culet Cable Car to your desired hotel. You can take your skis and snowboard on if you’re too tired to walk.
  • The currency used is both the Swiss Francs and the Euro
  • Transfer; Book a transfer in advance from Geneva to Champery in the winter

Would I recommend skiing in Champery? 

Skiing in Champery Switzerland is a place I would not hesitate to go back time again. From the moment I arrived until the moment I left, everyone made me feel welcome. The atmosphere is relaxed and I love the fact you can ski in two countries. Not to mention there are plenty of places to eat and things to do. 

Getting around the Champery village is easy too, especially with the courtesy train. Which goes from the main gondola to your desired hotel. As I said earlier, Champery Ski Resort is a postcard perfect alpine village with beautifully styled hotels and chalets. 

Being only around an hour and a half from Geneva airport and a gateway to the Swiss side of Portes du Soleil, makes it a great ski destination not just for a week skiing but for a weekend too.

A selfie on the chairlift in Champery Switzerland Skiing
A selfie on the chairlift – Champery

Other Ski Resorts in Switzerland

Unsure about your next skiing destination? Here are some other great options for other ski resorts in Switzerland. Read about the ski area and things that you can do.

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Staying there before or after your ski holiday. Or maybe simply want to take a break from skiing. Geneva has plenty of activities to do if you are 

Thank you for reading my article about skiing in Champery Switzerland. I hope that it helps you decide on where to take your next ski this season.

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66 thoughts on “Ultimate Skiing Guide – Champery Ski Resort Switzerland

  1. Gem Hayes says:

    Great ski guide Mel, I always enjoy reading your posts. They male me feel like I’m there. Have a great weekend

  2. Kylie Mcdonald says:

    Just beautiful photos as always. Champers looks exactly you said like a postcard. I never skied before but I would go here because I love Switzerland and it’s food. I have to admit I never heard of this place before.

  3. Kerry-Anne Wells says:

    I have heard of the Swiss Wall before but I have never seen pictures of it. Wow it looks scary even when you do look up at it. Great post and cute village

  4. Dada says:

    Can you belive it, 15 years of living in Switzerland and I dont know still how to ski! But your post about skiing does makes me want to hit the slopes this coming winter!

  5. Deimarys says:

    I have mixed feelings about this. I don’t know if i want to go for the view or the spa!!! Everything is just wonderful.

  6. Lisa says:

    I always feel so useless when reading posts about ski resorts, simply because I can’t ski 🙁 I would like to try however, but not sure I’ll be fit enough! Champery looks great though, and I’d like to visit for myself. The spa is more my thing, and I love your private hot tub, looks lush in the mountain scenery!

    • Melbtravel says:

      There is so much more to do in Ski Resorts these days than just Ski. Both Champery and the Spa were so good, you can actually stay at one of the apartments at the Spa with the Alps in the background. The private hot tube was amazing and I stayed in their for hours 🙂

  7. Fiona Maclean says:

    I can’t ski – though I have now been to a few ski resorts. The food looks excellent in Champery and I’d love to visit the Spa. That’s my kind of place for a winter break

    • Melbtravel says:

      The is a working village so there is plenty to do here apart from skiing, you could easily spend the weekend here just taking in the views and easting the food.

  8. Maggie says:

    So beautiful! Europe really does have some of the best ski destinations. I love the pool! When we went to a ski resort in Colorado earlier this year, they too had an outdoor pool. Even though it was heated, it was still too cold for us but lots of people were using it!

    • Melbtravel says:

      I really want to ski in Colorado it is definitely on my ski bucketlist. I didn’t go outside in the spa I stayed in the indoor pool and that was heated.

  9. Mariella says:

    Oh, wow. What a coincidence! This place looked so familiar and now I believe is one of the places I used to go skiing when I was in boarding school in Switzerland seven years ago. I love skiing and I had the opportunity to go skiing all over this marvelous country when I was attending school. Such a great experience! Thank you for sharing. xo, – Mariella

    • Melbtravel says:

      I use to go skiing to went I was at school in Australia but the resort was nowhere like the ones in Switzerland. I hope that you get to go skiing still now.

  10. Joella says:

    I have not been skiing since I was a little girl and would love to go again. This seems like a fantastic place for it. I love that they have so many different activities. Would love to give snow boarding a try as well as curling. And that spa looks heavenly. Maybe one day we can go visit as a family ski trip.

  11. James says:

    The Swiss Wall run sounds like something out of a Bond movie with the drop! All the runs on the Swiss side sound better than the French side if they are quieter, it makes a huge difference to me. The whole area looks stunning, you’ve photographed it beautifully!

    • Melbtravel says:

      You are so right it definitely looks like something out of a bond flim, I was tempered to go down it and I might one day. Thank you to about the photos.

  12. Ha says:

    I love Switzerland! I was there in July and there was no snow so could not try skiing :(. Must agree that skiing in Switzerland is the best <3 Love Swiss Alps!

  13. Cynthia Nicoletti says:

    Fabulous photos you took !! I would love to visit Switzerland. I have heard and just what you have said that it is beautiful.

  14. Rose says:

    I love this! I have never went sking but would love to try. A ski safari sounds fun. I like that you have the opportunity between France and Switzerland. The views would be all different as well as lodging but what an amazing experience everytime.

    • Melbtravel says:

      I love ski boarder resorts it is so much saying you having lunch in one country and then in the other for dinner after ski. You should definitely try it as once you start you will never go back.

  15. Nadalie Bardowell says:

    Holy crap, this looks like an experience of a lifetime. That hotel looks luxurious, I would love to go to Switzerland. I really enjoy skiing in the winter months, Canada has some great skiing resorts.

  16. Sindhu says:

    Skiing in the Swiss alps has been a dream for me. Going by your pics, looks like you have literally lived my dream during your trip. The Thermes par spa looks so inviting set in such a cute location. Like a picture-perfect postcard location. All your choices of accommodation look amazing. I m saving this post for my future reference.

  17. Nicole Anderson | Camping for Women says:

    I just love the photos you have taken and included here – what a beautiful place. Although I have never been into skiing or snowboarding, being among the beauty and awe of such a wonderful region would be a great break. Plus the spa and the village to explore would be things I would love to do, not to mention trying their cuisine which looks yummy.

  18. Cat says:

    The Champery Ski Resort looks pretty when covered in snow! I don’t ski or snowboard, but I’d love to try learning curling. The indoor pool would be a great place to chill after a long day!

    • Melbtravel says:

      I was also there in Summer and it looks just as beautiful without all the snow. Curling was a lot of fun once I knew what I was doing… I kept slipping on the ice

  19. Ivy says:

    I think this is my first time hearing about a ski safari- that sounds wicked! I love that you were graced with blue skies. I’m 2hrs away from Whistler in BC Canada and it’s usually so foggy there. Champery looks like the perfect ski getaway- I’d love to ride the pow there some day! That private hot tub is GOALS.

  20. Jana says:

    Wow! This is just insane! We are from Vail, Colorado and have spent 12 winters there snowboarding. Your pictures and descriptions really inspired us to go there. Thanks so much for sharing!

  21. Abhinav Singh says:

    I have been intrigued by ski resorts off late. They have a charm of their own. I have never been to an Alpine village. There are many ski resorts in India. Maybe I should practice here and head to Alps once I perfect it! Ski vacations have eluded me so far.

  22. Tom H says:

    Hey great post, l have skied in Morzine & Avorzia a bit but never over to the Swiss side & I am not sure why to be honest. However, l never realised how nice it was or that the slopes are quiter. Definitely going to ski over next time and check it out.

  23. FS Page says:

    I would love to stay at one of these hills for a month or so and learn skiing. Champery ski resort indeed looks like a picture postcard. A spa at such a resort would be great. Excellent review.

  24. Bee says:

    this place looks amazing and the accommodation looks so cozy and ideal. the menu looks appetising as well. so great they offer ski and snowboard lessons too. the views looks amazing! loosk like a great getaway.

  25. Ami says:

    This place really looks amazing. I have never tried skiing but I loved this post for the numerous things I learnt. I for example, did not realize that night skiing was allowed. I like the idea of curling when the weather is rough out there. Have done ice skating so I suppose this should be easy for me. And those spa facilities are perfect. Cheers

    • Melbtravel says:

      Once you try it, you won’t want to stop 🙂 Skiing and boardering are bot so much fun. Curling is much harder than it looks, I kept slipping over 🙂

  26. Anosa says:

    Skiing is one of my bucket list and I can’t wait to try this out. Reading your post makes me more excited to try it. Hopefully I can finally tick it off before the year ends.

  27. Ana Ojha says:

    Champery Ski Resort looks like an ultimate paradise! I don’t know how to ski but would love to visit Switzerland someday in my life just for its breathtaking landscapes, food and chocolates!

  28. Beverly says:

    Omg, this place looks absolutely amazing girl. I haven’t skied in my life, definitely, it is on my bucket list.
    I just can’t stand the cold weather, haha but I will have to try it one day.

  29. Christie Sultemeier says:

    I don’t ski or snowboard but this place looks amazing! I’d like to go even just to take photos. Or I could just spend all of my time at the Thermes Parc Spa which looks to die for. I just love Switzerland 🙂

  30. Tatum says:

    I feel like I’m having déjà vu because your trip looks exactly like the one I took when I went to France. Switzerland is literally my favorite country ever so I’m super jealous to start. Even though I suck at skiing my first time ever was in the French Alps. It’s so nice to know that such a large place like this allows you to ski in both countries with all of the runs that it has. Switzerland is truly a dream and it looks like you had the best time. The chalets are amazing especially after a long day of trying to hit the slopes ha ha .

    • Melbtravel says:

      I love France too and this resort is right on the boarder of Switzerland & France. This place is so big that there is plenty for you to do even if you don’t ski to much.

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