Châtel Ski Resort
A traditional mountain village with modern amenities and superb skiing, Châtel ski resort is in the main part of the Portes du Soleil ski area. A delightful picturesque village, Châtel is an undiscovered gem in the French Alps.
The state-of-the-art lift systems make it very easy to get around the mountain. You can access neighbouring ski resorts Avoriaz and Morzine by using the Linga gondola or head up to the Swiss side via the Super Châtel lift. A fantastic way to enjoy 600km of incredible skiing terrain.
Châtel ski resort is 1,200m – 2,466m making it one of the more snow-sure skiing spots in the area. Châtel’s ski terrain is mostly suited to beginners and intermediates. There are, however, some fun tree runs and a few bowls for those who want to head off-piste.
The village is spread out but has kept its traditional alpine charm. There’s a great selection of hotels and chalets to stay in with different price ranges. There are also plenty of off-snow activities, bars and restaurants to enjoy too. Perfect for families, this ski resort has excellent crèche and ski school facilities which are available to keep kids busy during the day and evening. If you fancy trying Nordic skiing, there’s a dedicated centre in the valley between Châtel and the neighbouring village La Chapelle d’Abondance.
The best airport to fly to is Geneva, with an easy one hour twenty minute transfer time to Châtel. Perfect for getting the most of your time out on the mountains.
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- Traditional Alpine charm
- Tree skiing
- Resort Altitude 1,200m
- Skiing Altitude 2,466m
- Total Ski Area 600km
- Lifts 201
- Blue Runs 320km
- Red Runs 210km
- Black Runs 70km
- Cross Country 216km