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The Chamonix Mont-Blanc ski domain is made up of four large ski areas: Grand Montets, Brévent-Flégère, Balme Vallorcine and Les Houches. There are also several smaller ski areas spread across the valley including Savoy, Chosalots, Tourchet, Poya, Vormaine and Planards.

If you go for the Mont Blanc Unlimited ski pass, you can also access nearby ski resorts Courmayeur (Italy) and Verbier (Switzerland). You can find more information on which ski pass you need to access each of these areas below.

Chamonix piste maps

Chamonix off-piste map

Check out this 3D interactive map of Chamonix from FATMAP. This alternative Chamonix ski map shows off the numerous off-piste tracks that have been skied and recorded by FATMAP users. Download the app, turn on tracking and you can record your own descents and leave feedback on conditions for others to find.
Be careful, some of the descents are extreme and conditions change quickly. You should also ensure you have specialist travel insurance if you plan to ski off-piste.

Chamonix ski resort

This is a google map of Chamonix that the packed ski planners have added key locations to. We hope it helps you navigate your way around the ski resort.

If you think there's anything in particular we should add, let us know!

Chamonix ski area stats


Resort — 1,035m

Max — 3,842m

Skiing: 500km
Transfer time:

Geneva - 1h10; Grenoble - 2h10;

Chambery - 1h45

Skiing distance (on-piste):
  • Brévent-Flégère: 56km
  • Grands Montets: 29km
  • Balme-Vallorcine: 29km
  • Les Houches: 55km
Longest run:

Vallée Blanche, 20km (world famous off-piste run from the Aiguille du Midi)

Chamonix ski map breakdown:
  • 14% green, 34% blue, 38% red, 14% black
  • Off piste ski rating: 5/5
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