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Thinking of skiing in Chamrousse? Chamrousse is located just 30km from Grenoble and features a varied alpine ski area set among attractive fir trees.

Why Chamrousse Ski Resort in Isere?

  • Easily accessible resort
  • Attractive village with stunning views
  • Plenty of activities on offer
  • 'Famille Plus' resort - good children’s facilities and great for families
  • A decent size Nordic Park - classic, skating and snowshoeing

Chamrousse Resort Information

Chamrousse is a relatively small ski resort and at an altitude of 2250m it dominates Grenoble. This resort is located south of the Belledonne Massif to Oisans, Vercors and Chartreuse, in the Northern Alps. The village of Chamrousse is attractively placed offering stunning views and is surrounded by trees allowing for forest skiing. A ski resort where nature reigns, it will ensure you make the most of what it offers in this fabulous setting. A relatively short drive from Grenoble, it is one of the most accessible ski resorts in the Alps.

Chamrousse is a varied alpine ski area where it's fun to ski among fir trees, a large and preserved Nordic plateau looking like a small Canada, a 360°C panorama with breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and Grenoble. It extends on two levels: Chamrousse 1650 (Recoin) and Chamrousse 1750-1700 (Roche Béranger - Bachat-Bouloud) linked by ski slopes and forest tracks, for an overall area of 1300 hectares. The resort was built in the forest, offering an outstanding overview of the Grenoble valley. At 2250m, the Croix de Chamrousse is the highest point.

There are many activities in Chamrousse - downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, sledging, snow games, dog sledding, ice diving, snowmobiling, and ice skating... activities for all tastes and ages to escape and take a big breath of fresh air.

Chamrousse is the first resort in Isere to get the Flocon Vert label (in 2017), which guarantees the sustainable commitment of mountain resorts.


This resort is famous for being the host of the winter Olympic Games in 1968 when the famous French skier Jean-Claude KILLY won three gold medals. Chamrousse was also a stage of the “Tour de France” in 2001. One of the resort’s attractions is its beautiful sunsets.

The ski resort is made up of two villages:

  • Chamrousse Recoin - Located at CHAMROUSSE 1650m is convenient for athletic skiing
  • Chamrousse Roche-Béranger - Located at CHAMROUSSE 1750m is more suitable for family skiing

Also, each area is more suitable for certain skiers:

  • Chamrousse 1650 – Recoin: area is better for confirmed skiers with mainly red slopes
    Chamrousse 1750 – Roche-Béranger: area is better for intermediate skiers with mainly blue slopes
    Chamrousse 1700 – Village du Bachat (former Domaine de l’Arselle): area is better for beginner skiers/families with mainly green slopes

Skiers can pass from one area to another on the slopes. The resort also offers interesting opportunities such as night skiing.

Chamrousse holds an efficient lift system which means that there are rarely any queues, and offers access to excellent pistes for beginners and intermediates, with a number of off-piste runs for the more advanced. 

At La Croix de Chamrousse (2250m), take some time to enjoy the 360° panorama: a magical view of all surrounding mountain ranges (Oisans, Vercors and Chartreuse), and of Grenoble and its valleys. From there, you can reach all parts of the resort.



The mini-domaine area allows beginners to discover skiing at a low cost and in area with adapted lifts and slopes.

In Chamrousse, the mini-domaine skipass is valid:

  • In 3 parts of the resort (Chamrousse 1650, 1700 and 1750)
  • On 1 detachable chairlift with a ski conveyor mat: Arselle
  • On 4 drag lifts: Aiguille, Croisette, Lauze and Totem
  • Access to the playful area Family Park - Teo's mountain

It allows you to ski peacefully on green and blue slopes. 


The majority of green and blue runs are also found at 1700 and 1750 so this sector is ideal for those progressing from beginner to intermediate level.  As you near the 1650 side there are plenty of red runs to challenge your new-found intermediate status!


The black runs at Chamrousse are located in the 1650 sector - long runs from the top of the mountain at 2250m, or just further down. The 1650 area is more geared towards the good intermediate and experts (however there are some nursery slopes at the bottom). This is the most wooded part of the area, with skiing among fir trees.

Some areas are left ungroomed to enable skiers looking for powder to practice safely. In Chamrousse 1650, you’ll also find the famous runs from the 1968 Olympics (six events here witnessed the arrival of some great new ski champions). You can start from the summit of the ski area, called la Croix de Chamrousse, and ski them down to the heart of the resort. 


Snowboarders will enjoy Chamrousse’s new facilities and snowparks especially designed for them such as the “Sunset Park” or the “Kid’s park”.

The “Sunset Park” is composed of a boardercross and a slopestyle. This 6.3-hectare area is fitted with modules for all tastes and levels.

The "Kid’s park" is a snowpark area especially designed and dedicated to children.

Snowmaking is available on 40 hectares of the Chamrousse slopes.


Chamrousse Nordic Park consists of classic, skating and snowshoeing. 

The Nordic ski area in Chamrousse opens in early December.

133km of track
13 tracks

6 green
3 blue
3 red
1 black

Chamrousse Ski Hire

Pre-book your Chamrousse ski hire with Peak Retreats.

To download the ski extras form, see 'Helpful links' further down the page.

Please note, these Pound Sterling prices are for indication only. They will fluctuate based on Euro/£ exchange rate. Please call us for the latest prices.

Special offers: *7 days for the price of 6.  Free Skis/snowboard & boots (Blue/Red) for party leaders of groups of 10 or more all taking equipment. 1 Free helmet per child aged 6 and under for every adult booking skis or snowboards & boots (must be under same booking reference and requested on form above). Other duration prices on request - Cross Country ski prices on request.

Chamrousse Ski Passes

Pre-book your Chamrousse lift passes with Peak Retreats. Find out more about Peak Retreats ski passes

To download the ski extras form, see 'Helpful links' further down the page.

Please note, these Pound Sterling prices are for indication only. They will fluctuate based on Euro/£ exchange rate. Please call us for the latest prices.

Other lift passes on offer (to buy locally in resort in Euros):

If you wish to book only half day or a day pass, or perhaps a few days consecutive or non-consecutive (Peak Retreats usually only pre-book 6+ days passes), then these can be bought in resort at the lift pass office, in €'s. This may suit those who only ski a few times during the week or who only want to ski the immediate local area rather than the full area (there are usually various lift passes on offer that cover different parts of the ski area). Each resort usually has a beginner's pass too which covers a small area in which to learn, which may be all you need for a few days as a beginner (some areas are even free). Prices can be found on the tourist office website if you need a guide.

For the beginners pass (mini domaine) in Chamrousse, you can use:

  • Recoin: Aiguille, Col de Balme, Roche
  • Béranger: Lauze, Totem, Arselle chairlift, Croisette
  • Access to the playful area 'Family Park - Teo's mountain'

It allows you to ski peacefully on green and blue slopes.

Chamrousse Ski School

Chamrousse group ski school (pre-bookable)

Pre-book your Chamrousse ESF group ski school with Peak Retreats. Find out more about Peak Retreats ski school

Group ski school for children is available to book from 4 years to 13 years, in Chamrousse, with Peak Retreats. Children can learn to snowboard from 7 years+. Please ask about booking lessons for 3 year olds.

For ski school times and prices, please download the ski extras form from the 'Helpful links' further down the page. Please note these are just guiding prices. Please call us for the latest prices.

Please note that lesson times are subject to change right until the last minute - you will be advised. Outside French school holidays the ski school reserves the right to cancel group lessons should numbers be insufficient.  For peak periods - Christmas, New Year, February half-term and Easter - we strongly recommend that you book as early as possible and in any case at least 6 weeks prior to the required dates. Morning lessons tend to get booked up first and therefore we may only be able to offer afternoon classes within 6 weeks of departure. In some resorts English speaking instructors may not always be available, particularly at peak times.

We cannot always guarantee that prices will be cheaper than in resort. When ski packs prices are calculated, the currency is bought at the exchange rates that apply at the time. You can be assured that once you have booked your extras, if the pound depreciates, you will not be charged more for your ski packs, enabling you to budget for your holiday in advance.

Chamrousse private lessons (not pre-bookable, book direct):

Individual tuition can only be purchased directly from the ESF ski school. Peak Retreats cannot pre-book these. Private lessons usually start from 2 years old and have no maximum age.

How to book:
You can book online with ESF Chamrousse or contact them by phone on 0033 4 76 89 94 25 It is advisable to book before you go and in good time as instructors get very busy, especially in Peak times.

Prices vary from resort to resort but are around €40-80 per 1 hour lesson for 1 or 2 people (the more people you have the cheaper it usually is so you can split the cost). Most resorts offer a choice of 1 hour, 1.5 hours or 2 hour lessons. These may be in the morning or afternoon and are usually at select times. If you only fancy just one private lesson, this is usually fine. Otherwise, you can book a course of private lessons over as many days (consecutive or non-consecutive) as you'd like. However, it is more cost-effective to book group lessons for the week (which we pre-book).

Chamrousse non-skiing childcare (not pre-bookable, book direct)

Chamrousse has acquired the Famille Plus label for its childcare facilities. Please view here for more information on the Famille Plus label.

'Les Marmots' creche and kids club (Chamrousse 1750)
Children from 3 months to 6 years. Children, in winter, are divided by age group:

  • A baby group from 3 months to 18 months (10 places)
  • A medium group from 18 months to 3 years (20 places)
  • A group of 3 to 6 years (-1 days) (20 places)

They offer nurseries activities every day. The medium group has a large terrace in order to enjoy the sun. Equipped with "Famille Plus" certification label.

How to book:
Please contact them direct for prices and to book. It is advisable to book before you go and in good time as spaces get filled quickly, especially in Peak times.

642 av du père Tasse
Chamrouse 1750 
0033 4 76 89 96 14

Top winter activities to experience in Chamrousse

Please note Peak Retreats do not book any activities and most activities are payable.

Snowsport activities:

Arva Park
At the top of the ski resort, you will find an area for free use to train in search and rescue of avalanche victims. Please bring your own equipment and ask the ski and rescue patrolmen for information. This area is not always open to the public, please contact the tourist office.

Snow Park
With a boardercross course and all the usual jumps you expect, the park also has a mini timed speed skiing run - a kilometre long and suitable for those comfortable on green and blue slopes.

Dog sledging
Take your first tours with sledge dogs in a Taiga-like setting.

Chamrousse 1600
At the Arselle plateau: gentle slope adapted to 2-6 years old.
Chamrousse 1650
On the left of Aiguille button lift: like a boardercross, adapted to 6-12 years old.
Chamrousse 1700
In front of the restaurant Le Bachat: gentle slope adapted to 2-6 years old.
Chamrousse 1750
Next to the conveyor mat: narrow slope adapted to 6-12 years old.

Sledge and yooner descent
Accompanied descent every day at lift closing, from the top of the resort at 2250m to the bottom of the gondola at 1650m. More than 3km of sporting descent, sometimes dizzying on blue and red slopes. Depending on weather and snow conditions.

Snow tubing
Inflatables and different sizes buoys, a dedicated ski lift, for some sensational descents guaranteed! Activity for everyone.

Accompanied snowshoe outings
Accompanied by a qualified ESF instructor, enjoy the many walks accessible for all to travel around. Follow our trails and learn all about the region! Snowshoeing outing + mountain meal.

Accompanied snow biking
Discover the pleasure of riding or contemplating the snow-capped mountains, from the top of the resort (2250m) or across the forests on our “Scandinavian” tracks, with a smoother terrain.

Night Skiing
Night skiing from 3.30pm to 8.30pm every Saturday night and Thursday night during the French school holidays from the top of the resort to Chamrousse 1650. Depending on weather conditions. DJs to add to the atmosphere.

Ski touring
One ski touring track marked from Chamrousse 1750 to the Croix de Chamrousse (2250m) on about 4km and 510m difference in height and new access to the off-piste departure on 1.1km and 400m difference in height from Casserousse parking area (confirmed level). Reminder: ski touring is forbidden on ski slopes (free access).

Ice climbing
Discover ice climbing in Casserousse gully. Activity accompanied by a mountain guide (ice axes, crampons, helmet and harness provided). From 18 years old.

Ice diving

Chamrousse is the only site in Isère where you can experience ice diving. Explore the underwater world beneath layers of ice ranging from 50cm to 2m thick. Discover bubbles, lights, reflections, colours and contrasts in the safe hands of qualified instructors.

Ice driving
Discover the pleasure of ice driving on an adapted natural ice circuit with specialized instructors, to have fun and feel safe in everyday driving. Practical sessions from 2h to 4 half days.

Ice rink
An outdoor skating rink with the possibility to hire skates on site. Open every day. Night sessions and each Wednesday during French ski holidays, entertainment hockey introduction (please sign up in Tourist Office).

Other activities:

2km Long Zipline
New in December 2022, a 2km long zipline has opened. Soaring from 2253m high and descending 600 vertical metres alongside the main gondola to the resort base, it makes for an exhilarating ride!

Two-seater flights, discovery days, private lessons, equipment sale, journeys. Film making is possible.

Helicopter flights
Get higher flying above Belledonne mountain range with a helicopter! Private panoramic flights by reservation, only by daylight or sunset.

Spa les flocons de chamrousse 1650
Come and relax in the heart of our SPA with panoramic view on the Vercors mountains and treat yourself peacefully with a soothing, well-being and serenity moment.

Indoor archery
Introduction to archery with qualified instructors. Come and discover an activity gathering technique, concentration and relaxation. One-hour sessions, by reservation.

Photo sessions
Organisation of photography initiation sessions every week with your own camera. From 12 years.

Open Monday to Friday. During French school holidays: 3 showings* per day. Outside French school holidays and during the Easter holidays: 2 showings per day

Library and games
Choice of books in children, adult literature and DVDs. Novels, biographies, thrillers, comic strips, albums, local collection, new books... Free access and consultation at the library. New: Borrow some board games or play on the spot.

Guided visits of St Esprit church and Chalet des Cîmes, buildings labelled as 20th-century regional contemporary heritage, every Friday all winter. Meet in front of the church, opposite the building l’Arlésienne.

Please note: All the above information is for information only. For the most up-to-date information please visit the resort tourist office website. All prices for activities are in local currency (€ Euros) and are bookable and payable locally in resort.

Chamrousse Tourist Office

Office de Tourisme
42 place de Belledonne
38410 Chamrousse
0033 476 89 92 65

Chamrousse news and events

What's new for 2023/24 season:

  • Project 2030 - rather than focusing only on winter sports, the new plans which have been unveiled reveal a ski village for all seasons. Set to be completed in 2030, by diversifying the type of tourism they offer, they can secure the future of their village. Beginning in the main village, Le Recoin, where €10 million has already been invested and set to extend to Chamrousse 1650, these bold plans include: business centres, 100% renewable energy plans, creation of a new outdoor sports centre which encourages sports which you can undertake at all times of the year,  installation of a fibre optic cable network to make Chamrousse a hyper-connected smart-station, a new aquatic centre open year-round, an increase in the number of hotels, apartment buildings, shops and restaurants all with a similar style of architecture which complements the natural surroundings whilst increasing the resorts capacity,
  • Chairlift replacement - the Berangere chairlift is being replaced after 37 years by a detachable
    6-seater detachable chairlift which will be quicker than its predecessor,
  • Ice rink renovations - the ice rink is now covered!

Events taking place in the 2023/24 season:

  • Christmas Eve Festivities - 24th December 2023 - In a magical atmosphere, come and meet Santa Claus at Chamrousse 1650 and 1750, with entertainment all day long. Christmas market,
  • Bear story exhibition - 18th December 2023-7th January 2024 - Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday - Monday and Sunday: from 2.30 to 5.30 pm (afternoons only). Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday: 10am to 12.30pm and 2.30pm to 5.30pm. A 12-panel illustrated exhibition on the polar bear, the poles, hunting, the mating season, cubs, the polar night, the fearsome predator and icebergs, at the Environment centre in Chamrousse 1650 - Recoin,
  • New Year's Eve - 31st December 2023 - party in Chamrousse,
  • Sports Days - 19th January-21st January 2024 - a weekend of ski to give to amputees people the opportunity to discover or rediscover the pleasure of gliding on ski or snowboard.
  • Riders first tour - 17th February 2024 - competition in snowpark
  • Chamrousse party - 13th/27th February + 5th March 2024
  • Chamrousse family challenge - 14th/21st/28th February + 6th March 2024 - friendly ski and snowboard rally and competition for families at the “Family Park: Teo mountain” in Chamrousse, organized by Wise Ride,
  • Top to bottom - 30th March-31st March 2024 - the biggest gathering of snowboarders in France
    on a series of modules occupying the entire length of a ski lift.

Further details can be found on the tourist office website:

Chamrousse Après-ski, Bars & Restaurants

The après-ski in Chamrousse is rather quiet. It has a small selection of bars and restaurants and previous clients have recommended Chez Igor et Doudou as a great bar/restaurant with a very friendly atmosphere. To broaden the range of places to eat out or for those looking for a more lively après-ski visiting the nearby city of Grenoble would be recommended.

Bars in Chamrousse

L'Iceberg Café

Mr et Mme Ratelet
478 avenue du Père Tasse
galerie commerciale 1750
Billiards, VIP lounge, cocktails, evening buffet, all of this at the shopping centre's basement

From 6pm to 3am


Gérard Josserand
avenue du Père Tasse
galerie commerciale 1750
Phone: +33 (0)4 76 89 94 54 

90 seats inside, 50 seats outside 
Maier Charlon
100 rue des orcettes
Phone: +33 (0)4 76 51 16 96 
Close to the ice rink.
Terrace with panoramic view with view of the Vercors and Chartreuse mountain range.
Restaurant-wine bar (more than 100 different wines), unusual cooking ans mountain sepcialities, with the UNIQUE possibility of eating on a covered pool.
Musical evenings on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Free shuttle (9 people) for all our clients.
From 11am to 2am non stop, everyday

Mountain restaurants in Chamrousse

La Croix de Chamrousse 
264 seats inside, 271 seats outside

télécabine de La croix
Phone: +33 (0)4 76 59 09 31 
Located at 2250m of altitude and accessible by gondola, the new restaurant of La Croix de Chamrousse offers traditional food in self-service and snack.
Open from 9am to 4pm, enjoy its terrace with a panoramic view of the Grenoble valley and the surrounding mountains.

Le Malamute 
50 seats inside, 180 seats outside 
Gérard Menuel
BP2 route de la croisette
Phone: +33 (0)4 76 89 94 05
Located at 1840m high, on the slopes, and 200m from the road, "le Malamute" is the oldest chalet of "Roche Béranger". It offers a magnificient view on the valley. The terrace is heated in case of bad weather. Sunny terrace.

From 10am to 5pm

La Salinière 
70 seats inside, 170 seats outside 
Pascal Plessis
Domaine de ski nordique
Plateau de l'Arselle
Phone: +33 (0)4 76 89 95 94
Located on the nordic skiing area, south facing panoramic terrace.
9am to 6pm - evening on request

Restaurants in Chamrousse

Chez Igor et Doudou
Fondue restaurant
1124 Route de Bacha Boulou
Phone: +33 4 76 03 17 26

Le Chalet des Neiges 
45 seats inside, 80 seats outside

478 avenue du Père Tasse
centre commercial
Roche Béranger
Phone: +33 (0)4 76 59 39 82 
Restaurant at the bottom of the slopes for lunchtime.

Le Bachat 
180 seats inside, 80 seats outside

Le Domaine de l'Arselle
Phone: +33 (0)4 76 54 07 19 

In the centre of the residence/club "Le Domaine de l'Arselle", at the bottom of the slopes, the bar/snack/restaurant welcomes you all day long and in the evening in a friendly setting.

Uninterrupted service from 8 am to midnight (subject to change)

Le petit Salé 
40 seats inside, 50 seats outside

76 avenue henry duhamel
immeuble le Chamois
Phone: +33 (0)4 76 59 06 19

40 seats inside, 70 seats outside 
Richard Cholat - Mauduech
478 avenue du Père Tasse
galerie marchande
Phone: +33 (0)4 76 00 92 11 
Located in the shopping centre. Sunset on the terrace with a view of the Vercors mountains.

Le Boucanier 
26 seats inside, 40 seats outside 
Sarah Guilloteau - Roattino Sébastien
178 avenue Henri Duhamel
Phone: +33 (0)4 76 89 92 01
Restauramt-pizzeria will be delighted to welcome you and offer its delicious pizzas, salads, and mountain specialities.
Every day (except Tuesday outside school holidays) from 10am to 10.30pm

Le Petit Resto 
30 seats inside, 50 seats outside 
Barrère Françoise
178 avenue Henri Duhamel
immeuble les jonquilles
Phone: +33 (0)4 76 01 96 35 
Mountain chalet-looking restaurant, with south-facing terrace and view of the Vercors and the valley. Located place Henri Duhamel in Recoin, building Les Jonquilles.
From 8am to 11pm

La Bérangère 
130 seats inside, 80 seats outside 
Tatiana Andrianarivelo
733 route de la croisette
Phone: +33 (0)4 76 89 91 11
Fax : +33 (0)4 76 89 91 20 
Bar, family restaurant with an outstanding view of the valley.
Possibility to take part in the evening entertainment.
Take away. Themed evenings.
130 seats inside, 80 seats outside.

Le Chalet - Creperie 
25 seats inside 
Céline et Jean-Jacques Goulot
Domaine de l'Arselle
1184 route de Bachat Bouloud
Phone: +33 (0)4 76 01 19 84
Beautiful chalet located at the heart of the "Domaine de l'Arselle", in Chamrousse 1700, gathering a creperie, souvenirs, local products and T-Shirts.
From 9am to 7pm

A la bonne pomme 
32 seats inside, 60 seats outside 
BIDEGAIN Audrey et BOUGON Arnaud
178 avenue Henri Duhamel
immeuble les jonquilles
Phone: +33 (0)4 76 59 05 37 
Typical restaurant just a few steps away from the gondola.

From 10am to 11pm 7days/7

La Bonne Pâte 
27 seats inside, 20 seats outside 
HERRERA Fernando
74 rue des gentianes
Phone: +33 (0)4 76 89 01 27 
50 metres from the slopes, next to the community hall, home-made pizzas to eat or take away, in a friendly and warm setting.

Chez Georges 
70 seats inside, 160 seats outside 
Georges Pourrez
478 avenue du père Tasse
galerie marchande
roche béranger
Phone: +33 (0)4 76 89 95 52 
Restaurant located at the bottom of the slopes. South facing, sunny terrace and access to the Chamrousse 1750 shopping gallery.

L'Auberge du Virage 
50 seats inside, 20 seats outside 
David Mas
10 rue de la Cembraie
Phone: +33 (0)4 76 89 90 63 
In a large and warm dining room, we suggest you a regularly renewed menu.

La Cheminée 
50 seats inside, 80 seats outside 
Sophie Acerra
534 avenue du père Tasse
Phone: +33 (0)4 76 89 91 93
The restaurant "la Cheminée" and its south-facing terrace welcomes you in its warm mountain setting.

Le Club Sandwich's - Chez Igor et Doudou 
60 seats inside, 40 seats outside 
Igor Roudier
Domaine de l'Arselle - Les Droséras
1124 avenue des Martinets
Phone: +33 (0)4 76 03 17 26

La Taverne du Gaulois 
90 seats inside 
Georges Pourrez
rue des chardons bleus
immeuble les marmottes
Phone : +33 (0)4 76 89 95 52 
Friendly and warm atmosphere. We can welcome up to 90 people around a "pierrade-raclette". You can eat as much as you like.

Le Sorbier 
30 seats inside, 80 seats outside

480 avenue du Père Tasse
galerie marchande
Phone: +33 (0)6 52 42 64 59
The Sorbier offers a large choice of sweet  and salted crepes and sandwiches at anytime.

La Sandwicherie 
20 seats inside, 130 seats outside 
Mr et Mme Ratelet
478 avenue du Père Tasse
galerie commerciale
Fast food at the bottom of the slopes, at the shopping centre of Chamrousse 1750.

From 9am to 7pm

Chez Nano - Hard Bosses Café 
35 seats inside, 45 seats outside

76 avenue Henri Duhamel
immeuble les Myrtilles
Phone: +33 (0)4 76 89 96 38 
Open in winter and summer, located at the bottom of the slopes, eat in or take away, you will find a large choice of snacks (paninis, fresh pasta, pizzas, pancakes, waffles...) 


Chamrousse Amenities

Chamrousse tourist office

Two free WIFI hot spots
One at each Tourist Office in Chamrousse 1650 and in Chamrousse 1750 (inside the shopping gallery)

Pocket ashtrays
Available at the Tourist Offices to protect our beautiful mountain (free, by request)

Baby bracelets
A coloured bracelet for children under 6 only, for the parents to write their name and phone number. Tied on to the arm or the ski suit, it makes it easier to contact the parents in the event of a loss or an accident (bracelet available on request at the Tourist Office in Chamrousse 1650 only. Restricted to one bracelet per child per week).

Chamrousse Petrol Station

Mairie de Chamrousse
route des Trolles


Le Vernon
Chamrousse 1650 - Recoin
Coin laundry in self-service.

Open everyday from 9 am to 9 pm.

Chamrousse Post Office 
480 avenue du Père Tasse
galerie commerciale 1750


Joël Vaucher
avenue du Père Tasse
galerie marchande 1750

Getting to Chamrousse, France

By Road:

Driving distance from Calais 563 miles (9 hrs)

From Calais, take A26 Motorway towards Reims and Troyes, then Dijon, Lyon, Grenoble. When you are at Grenoble tollbooth, take the "Rocade Sud". On the Rocade Sud, take exit n°2: "Uriage". Drive up to Uriage. In Uriage, you will find two roads to Chamrousse (RD 111) The first one leads you to Chamrousse 1650 (Recoin) and the second one to Chamrousse 1750 (Roche Béranger). These two roundabouts in Uriage are 2km away Chamrousse 1650 and Chamrousse 1750 are 2,5km away.

By Rail:


Grenoble train station is 30 km away from Chamrousse.
See French National Train Company (SNCF) website.

Flights to Chamrousse:

Chamrousse is served by a number of airports:

Chambery is 90km from Chamrousse (1 ½ hours)

Grenoble is 80km from Chamrousse (1 ½ hours)

Lyon Saint-Exupery is 128km from Chamrousse (2 hours)

Geneva is 168km from Chamrousse (2 ¼ hours)  

Public shuttle bus transfers from airport

Lyon Airport - Chamrousse via Grenoble ( 

Grenoble Airport - Chamrousse:

Transisere Bus
- Daily bus Chamrousse - Grenoble station all year round (n° 6010)
Please book your seat directly online on
Tel. : +33(0)8 20 08 38 38

Grenoble Airport - Chamrousse - "Bensbus"

Departure from Grenoble airport to Chamrousse: every Saturday and Sunday morning (& Sunday afternoons and Fridays on request)
Departure from Chamrousse to Grenoble airport: every Saturday and Sunday morning (and Mondays on request). 

Geneva Airport - Chamrouse 
Book your ticket in advance, to be sure you have a seat on the bus. Buy your ticket online or at the airport, at the ticket offices of the bus stations and at the resort.

Chamrousse Airport Transfer

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Access around Chamrousse

To make your transfers easier, a free shuttle bus links the different parts of the resort:
Chamrousse 1650 (Recoin)
Chamrousse 1700 (Villages du Bachat)
Chamrousse 1750 (Roche Béranger)
Chamrousse 1600 (Nordic ski area, "Arselle plateau")

Chamrousse Opening Dates

Chamrousse ski area is open: 03/12/22 - 16/04/23

Accommodation in Chamrousse

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