Marissa about La Rosière

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Date 12 August 2019

Beautiful ski resort with fantastic slopes and lots to do

My rating of La Rosière

Beginners Cross country Atmosphere
—Intermediate Snowboard/freestyle Après-ski/events
—Advanced Families & Children Winter hiking

Nice hiking trails and great pistes, even for beginners
Not many covered chairs and it can get freakishly cold up there!

Tips from Marissa on La Rosière

The ski area is amazingly beautiful and the views are unbeatable. The supermarket and lifts were nearby, loads of great hiking trails in the area and hardly any wait times for the lifts. Friendly staff and good facilities.

Average ratings about La Rosière

Beginners Cross country Atmosphere
—Intermediate Snowboard/freestyle Après-ski/events
—Advanced Families & Children Winter hiking
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Date 14 April 2015

From: Alix about La Rosière

Cozy, family resort

La Rosiere is small, cozy and perfect for families. No big nightlife scene. In January there was no-one there and we never queued for lifts and the slopes were empty. The off-piste is just wonderful especially between the Plan du Repos and Fort chair lifts.

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Date 2 December 2014

From: Anonymous about La Rosière

Great ski holiday at chalet oliver

We spent a great week in Chalet Oliver ia couple of years and had a great time. The chalet staff were friendly and they knocked up some nice food. We were lucky with the weather and had great snow conditions and had a go at some safe piste side off-piste under the lifts - good laughs for the people on the lifts but good for our safety. Didn't make it to the famous La Thuile where apparently everything is off-piste - maybe in a few years. We had some good private lessons with Evolution 2 and both feel like we made lots of progress.

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Date 28 July 2014

From: Petra about La Rosière

Away from the skiing hoards

We did well to come to La Rosiere! We found a warm atmosphere, on and off the slopes! Sun on the slopes, good restaurants and friendly people. Don't hesitate coming to La Rosiere if you have children as the resort has the Famille Plus label which means you'll find everything you need for the little ones - and good quality too. La Rosière is the opposite of "ski factories," there are not too many people on the slopes, you can always find parking and no queues in supermarkets. They even offer heliskiing in La Rosiere but frankly this activity is not within our means ...

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Date 8 July 2014

From: Geoff Search about La Rosière

Family friendly, felt safe

Our 5 and 6 year olds learnt to ski for first time, and they loved La Rosiere. Great ski school, and didn't feel overcrowded. Also our ski chalet at Chalet Chez Robert was just 150 metres from the lift - a godsend at the end of the day.

Overview of the ski area Espace San Bernardo

Slopes

Ski lifts

Additional information

Green slopes6 km Drag lifts16Start of the season30 November
Blue slopes62 km Chair lifts20End of the season19 April
Red slopes70 km Gondola lifts1Glacier
Black slopes14 km Train0Min. altitude1176 m
Total152 km Capacity62250 Pers./HourMax. altitude2800 m
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