La Rosière Fast Facts
Resort Altitude: 1850m
- Green - 8 (9%)
- Blue - 28 (34%)
- Red - 33 (40%)
- Black - 14 (17%)
Located 1850 metres above sea level, La Rosière is often referred to as The Balcony of the Tarentaise. The resort benefits from southerly exposure and amazing views overlooking the entire valley. Every year, La Rosière finds itself in the top 5 resorts for the best snowfall in the Alps. You can expect great skiing conditions from mid-December through to the end of April.
Offering sensational 180° panoramic views and an authentic Savoyard design, the brand new ski-in/ski-out Club Med La Rosière is the perfect starting point for those that enjoy experiencing the beauty of nature while they are skiing. Families will love this resort boasting dedicated facilities for children and a wide range of kids clubs from four months to 17 years old with plenty of activities including ski and snowboard lessons with official ESF instructors.
Resort Altitude: 1850m
Grenoble Alpes Isere Airport is the closest airport with a 2 hour and 40 minute transfer time. After that, Lyon St Exupery Airport is 3 hours away.
The nearest railway station is Bourg St Maurice Station, which is only 35 minutes from the resort. A coach is available to take you from the station to the La Rosiere ski area.
The resort was developed in the early 1950s and remains relatively small which has allowed it to retain its charm. Situated in the San Bernado domain, which is the only Franco-Italian ski area in the Northern Alps, the La Rosiere sits at the foot of Mont Blanc which means that it benefits from favourable weather flows and is often in the top 5 resorts for the best snowfall in the Alps.
This domain offers a range of exciting activities, one being the Village Igloo where you can enjoy a Savoyard lunch or dinner in a giant igloo that has been carved into the ice. This authentic experience is not one to be missed! There is also the Mont-Valaisian freeride area where thrill seekers can explore unmarked terrain.
For non-skiers, there’s also plenty of other activities to do. There is now a 5km permanent running trail which means that you can run safely alongside the breathtaking mountain views. Or, if you don’t fancy running, try the ‘X-TREME luge’ where you can ride down a 700m circuit at a speed of up to 45km/h!
This is a true family resort as it is accessible to visitors of any age and ability level. For kids there's the ‘Little Saint-Bernard Adventure Trail’ which is a fun green piste through the woods and once they feel more confident they can move onto the blue piste ‘The Little Saint-Bernard Funcross’.
For beginners, there are a variety of other green and blue pistes available to offer you a more gentle introduction to the sport. For more experienced skiers there are plenty of red and black pistes for you to test your true skill as well as give you an adrenaline boost.
Located in the heart of the Eucherts district this gourmet brasserie serves a variety of Savoyard, Italian and traditional dishes. You will feel very cosy in this restaurant which can be found in an authentic stone and wooden chalet.
At a 2000m altitude this restaurant offers stunning views over the mountains. It serves home-made gourmet dishes made with seasonal produce. There is also an outdoor snack bar where you can quickly refuel before heading back to the slopes.
The Accroche Coeur Restaurant
Whether you want a hearty breakfast, an authentic Savoyard dining experience or a quick snack to warm up on the slopes; Accroche-Coeur offers it all. As well as gourmet French dishes, they also serve international cuisine as well as delicious cocktails.