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La Rosiere - Espace San Bernardo

Savoie, France

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La Rosiere is one of few resorts that offers easily accessible skiing in both France and Italy, as the resort itself sits on the border. It is very popular with families. The village itself is in France, but this medium sized ski resort is part of the Espace San Bernardo ski area. Due to it’s range of slopes across the border, the north facing steeper Italian slopes retain great snow conditions where as the gentler south facing slopes of France attract more sun. Espace San Bernardo lifts are mostly modern and fast, although a few older chairs do still remain in the quiet village of La Rosiere. As mentioned, it is popular with families as there are good green runs that ease beginners in to skiing. However, on the Italian side of the resort, slightly further away from La Rosiere, you will find some challenging black runs as well as a glacier run. There are great views to be had from all around the ski area, although the views from the village itself are impressive, due to its sweeping views across the Tarentaise Valley. Mont Blanc is very close too. The resort's nearest airport is Chambery which is between a 1.5 and 2 hour drive away.

Size: Medium

152km

Resort Altitude: High

1850m

Ski Range

2641m
1190m

Pistes Available

40

518134

Lifts

18

8 drags
10 chairs
Opens 14.12.2020 to 24.4.2021

Available Activities

SkiBoardSkatingHikingCross CountryNordic

Transfer Information

Chambery

131km

Av. Transfer time

2hr

Geneva

209km

Av. Transfer time

2.5hr

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La Rosiere is one of few resorts that offers easily accessible skiing in both France and Italy, as the resort itself sits on the border. It is very popular with families. The village itself is in France, but this medium sized ski resort is part of the Espace San Bernardo ski area. Due to it’s range of slopes across the border, the north facing steeper Italian slopes retain great snow conditions where as the gentler south facing slopes of France attract more sun. Espace San Bernardo lifts are mostly modern and fast, although a few older chairs do still remain in the quiet village of La Rosiere. As mentioned, it is popular with families as there are good green runs that ease beginners in to skiing. However, on the Italian side of the resort, slightly further away from La Rosiere, you will find some challenging black runs as well as a glacier run. There are great views to be had from all around the ski area, although the views from the village itself are impressive, due to its sweeping views across the Tarentaise Valley. Mont Blanc is very close too. The resort's nearest airport is Chambery which is between a 1.5 and 2 hour drive away.