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La Rosière Ski Resort

La Rosiere Ski Resort
LA ROSIÈRE FACTS
Compact family friendly resort on a sunny plateau
Beginner:        
Panoramic views from the village and throughout the ski area
Intermediate:
Link with Italy makes for great mountain restaurants and chance to heli-ski

Advanced:       

Excellent ski school and plenty of children's facilities
Snowboard:     
Quiet slopes and very few lift queues
Off Piste:        

 

La Rosière is a small and friendly family resort is situated on a sunny south-facing plateau 1850 metres above sea level. La Rosière is linked with the Italian resort of La Thuile to form the Espace San Bernardo ski area.

 

Although not the largest of ski areas (150km in total), lift queues are virtually unheard of, slopes are uncrowded even during peak weeks and there is an excellent range of slopes for all ability levels. The nursery slopes are easily accessible and there are plenty of wide blues and cruisy reds, as well as some more serious blacks on the La Thuile side. The link with Italy also means that more adventurous skiers have the chance to give heli-skiing a go. Mountain restaurants are particulary abundant and good value on the Italian side - what could be better than skiing over to Italy for a pasta or pizza lunch, admiring the close up views of Mont Blanc and the Matterhorn further afield?

 

La Rosière itself boasts fabulous views of the Tarantaise valley and across to Les Arcs. The resort's compact feel and fantastic ski school make it a great destination for families and beginners. There are several friendly bars for those in search of après entertainment, as well as a night club in the area of Les Eucherts, a bowling alley with live music and a weekly torchlit descent and firework display.