Chamonix Mont Blanc, an international ski resort located
In the heart of the French Alps...


Chamonix is an exceptional XXL international ski resort at the foot of the highest mountain in Western Europe, Mont Blanc (4810 meters).


Dotted with a multitude of glaciers, the resort offers 90 pistes for all levels above 2000 meters altitude and the reassurance that you will be able to make the most of exceptional snow conditions throughout the winter season!


Not to mention the incomparable off-piste skiing in the Chamonix Mont Blanc ski area (The Vallée Blanche, for example).

6 major ski areas are accessible from Chamonix Valley—Les Grands Montets, Brévent/Flégère, Domaine de Balme, and Les Houches.


The Intersport 4810 by Pitte shop is located in the centre of Chamonix town, near the Post Office, just a stone’s throw from the Brévent/Flégère ski area (locate the shop on a map of Chamonix).





Nestled amid the mountains of Aiguilles Rouges and Mont Blanc, Chamonix is located in the heart of the French Alps, in the Rhones Alpes region.


At the foot of the highest peak in Western Europe (Mont Blanc, 4810 meters), Chamonix is very popular with skiers, mountaineers, and all who love the mountains and mountain sports.

As an international ski resort, Chamonix offers a multitude of surprises and sports and cultural events throughout the year!


Extending over 17 km, from the summit of Montets mountain pass to Taconnaz river, Chamonix is located in a valley of glacial origin, hence its international reputation among mountaineers throughout the world!

At the rooftop of Europe, Mont Blanc is one of the world's most visited natural sites, welcoming thousands of visitors every year, in winter and in summer.


All levels from beginners to experienced mountaineers can discover the mountain from a breathtaking angle. Exhilaration guaranteed!


Chamonix valley has many glaciers, offering incredible views that will captivate adults and children alike!

(As legendary as they are impressive, mountain activities require preparation and above all safety. Talk to competent professionals, such as the tourist information centre or the mountain guide office for more information before practicing any mountain activities).



Contact Chamonix Tourist Information Centre

Address of the Tourist Information Centre:


Tourism Office address :

85 Place du Triangle de l’Amitié - 74400 – Chamonix Mont-Blanc

Phone. +33 (0)4 50 53 00 24

Email : This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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