La Rosiere is becoming more and more popular every year, its appeal is quite different from the neighboring ski resorts of Les Arcs, Val d’Isere and Tignes. It's smaller, more friendly, more convenient, cheaper, quieter and whole lot sunnier. It’s also linked to the Italian ski resort of La Thuile, so perfect for a long (inexpensive) lunch. It's particularly popular with families.
La Rosiere is located on the sunny side of the mountain at 1,850m, the ski range is between 1,175-2,610m covering 160km of perfectly groomed pistes.
We offer a good selection ski chalets and several larger chalet styled hotels. Some of our catered ski chalets offer in-house childcare, much of the Ski Line team will have had first-hand experiences of these popular childcare chalets. In addition to ski chalets we offer a wide choice of excellent self-catered apartments.
The village is attractive with chalet styled buildings. There are two main choices for a base in La Rosiere, Les Eucherts is where many of our catered ski chalets are located, which offer easy access to the fast ski lift and some are ski back to the door. Or, the main village centre a few 100 metres further up the valley, (connected by road, local bus and a lovely pedestrianised lit walk at the bottom of the pistes through the woods).
The skiing in La Rosiere is suitable for all levels of skiers, particularly beginners because of the perfect nursery slopes, grooming and wide slopes. Some of the red runs in La Rosiere are wide and easy and will appeal to most intermediate skiers. Experts might be attracted by the option to Heli-ski from Italy, and some of the blacks will test you, we love the 900m vertical from the Col de la Traversette to Les Eucherts.
For more info, visit our La Rosiere Ski Resort Guide.... Read more