La Rosiere

Ski resorts in France
8 Grenn, 25 blue, 31 red et 13 black.
1 cable car, 18 chairlifts (10 high-speed detachable lifts), 19 drag lifts. 3 free drag lifts for beginners.
Mini-snowpark du Lièvre Blanc (green)
Boardercross du Fort (red)
Snowcross* des Chamois( red)
Snowcross* des Zittieux (black)
Snowpark de la Poletta + BIG AIRBAG
patrolled off-piste area

Between 1176 m (Les Ecudets) & 2650 m (Le Belvédère)

2 slalom runs
408 snow cannons
2 sledging areas

3 FFVL (French Hang-Gliding Federation) CERTIFIED ZONES
Hang-gliding,Snow kiting, Speed Riding


La Rosiere Snow forecast

  • Monday
    0.1 in rain
    Duggregn / sol
    3 mph
  • Tuesday
    0.1 in rain
    Rain showers
    2 mph
  • Wednesday
    0.1 in rain
    Rain showers
    4 mph

Facts about La Rosiere

Slopes (Total: 78)
Green Learning / beginner:8
Blue Easy:23
Red Intermediate:35
Black Advanced / Expert:12

Lifts (Total: 36)
Gondola lift:1
Chair lifts:20

Vertical drop
La Rosiere Vertical drop
Mountain high: 9186 ft
Vertical drop: 3117 ft
Mountain low: 6070 ft

Country: France

Reviews for La Rosiere

What do you think about La Rosiere?
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Were in cham and got tired of fiery britter and snowy snow and went to La Thulie on quite awkward grounds, but found out to our surprise that snow that had been harvested late weeks in Cham was completely untouched. The place is not as brilliant as charmonix and is quite weather-like, but the offpiste is unlimited and easily accessible. A perfect day trip that makes for more thorough exccusions than the day we spent there.


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 Least said unmatched lift system, but also a lunchtime place. A lot of slippery slopes, as well as endless transport stretches, including to La Thuile. But the number of tourists is a definite advantage, since the backs can be left empty even during high season! Infinite opportunities for offpiste, and you'll be alone in exploiting it!

Orcius Berthra
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Offpiste skiing in France.
I ended up in La Rosiere more or less of a mistake. When I first met the resort I realized quite soon that the village was very small the lift system is quite outdated but fully functional. One of France's only municipal lift systems, this system is linked with La Thuile in Italy, thus opening up great opportunities for offpiste. Clearly worth recommending. It can also be mentioned that the village has produced several extremely skilled skiers. Tex a friend of Kaj Zachrisson lives here in the town called Natnaniel Fresnois. Visiting La Rosier's health at Nat's father's ski store he can put you in touch with good guides and everything else good at this little place. The shop is called Technicien du sport and the father is called Philippe Fresnois. He speaks English. Nightlife is incredibly compact and intense citizens participate actively. Visiting the village Health in Technicien you sport and greet Philippe from Adam and say that the pants fit.


Most popular photo

Rider: Fredrik Andersson Photo: Fredrik Schenholm

Trail map

Trail map La Rosiere

Nearby ski resorts

Sainte Foy4.3 miles
Les Arcs5 miles
Montchavin Les Coches7.5 miles
Peisey Vallandry7.5 miles
La Thuile8.1 miles
Tignes11.2 miles
La Plagne11.8 miles
Courmayeur13 miles

Airports near La Rosiere

Chambery Airport
Driving time: 1 hour, 45 minutes (82 miles)
Distance: 47 miles
Lyon–Saint Exupéry Airport
Driving time: 2 hours, 26 minutes (130 miles)
Distance: 85 miles
Grenoble Alpes-Isère Airport
Driving time: 2 hours, 29 minutes (127 miles)
Distance: 76 miles
Genève Aéroport
Driving time: 2 hours, 36 minutes (134 miles)
Distance: 55 miles
Torino Airport
Driving time: 3 hours, 28 minutes (170 miles)
Distance: 49 miles
Milano-Malpensa Airport
Driving time: 4 hours, 46 minutes (245 miles)
Distance: 91 miles