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Chamrousse 1750 Roche Béranger
In 1878, the mountaineer Henri Duhamel made his first ski descents on the slopes of Chamrousse and in 1929, the ski club was created. The ski resort was founded in 1950 and its very first cable car was built in 1952. During the 1968 Grenoble Winter Olympic Games, the resort hosted 6 alpine skiing events and attracted more and more tourists. Recognized as the cradle of alpine skiing, Chamrousse is today an emblematic ski resort with ski slopes that have become mythical.
Nestled in the Belledonne massif, Chamrousse extends over 3 areas; Chamrousse 1650, Chamrousse 1700 and Chamrousse 1750 Roche Béranger. Linked by free shuttles, these areas benefit from a preserved and diversified natural environment. In 2017, the Chamrousse resort will be the first in Isère to receive the Green Flacon label for its many sustainable development actions.
The ski resort of Chamrousse offers a multitude of activities for sportsmen, families and adventurers. With a 360° panorama over the entire Grenoble valley, Chamrousse 1750 promises you a change of scenery in the heart of a rich nature and wide open spaces. Hurtle down the Olympic slopes and come and measure yourself against the champions by sliding in their footsteps!
Composed of different poles, Chamrousse offers slopes adapted to each ski level. To have fun with family or friends, different snowparks and fun areas are waiting for you! Ideal for freestyle fanatics, the Sunset Park is equipped with modules and rails to send your best tricks. As for the slopestyle course, you'll be able to ride on steep bends and overcome obstacles to get the most out of the sensations! Moreover, throughout the season, Chamrousse offers night skiing and plunges you into a magical and illuminated universe with a view of the Grenoble metropolis.
For snowshoeing and cross-country skiing, discover the Nordic Park. This vast Nordic area with its cross-country ski trails and footpaths takes you to an exceptional natural setting. For your next holiday, book your ski equipment now in one of our Chamrousse ski rental shops.
Located 30 km from Grenoble railway station, the ski resort of Chamrousse is easily accessible thanks to the Transisère bus network. By car, various motorways serve Grenoble, the A49 (Valence), the A48 (Lyon) and the A41 (Geneva). Geneva, Chambéry and Lyon-St-Exupéry airports offer taxi or bus transfers to the resort.