Chamonixski resort

Chamonix-Mont-Blanc or simply Chamonix is a city and commune in the east of France, in the department of Haute Savoie.
It is located in the Alps, in the narrow valley of the River Arv (tributary of the Rhone), at the foot of Mount Mont Blanc, where a tunnel connecting France with Italy.
Chamonix is the center of the popular skiing region of Chamonix-Mont-Blanc, known for its proximity to the highest peak of the Western Europe - Mont Blanc. In addition, this resort was the venue for the first Winter Olympic Games in 1924 and attracted foreign tourists for many years, reflecting the development of ski tourism since its inception.
How to get there: Geneva Airport - 99 km, Lyon Airport - 220 km, Turin Airport - 172 km, Milan Airport - 234 km.
Trails, slopes, lifts: The total length of the trails is about 170 km, green - 13, blue - 34, red - 32, black - 21. The longest route - 22 km.
Cross-country skiing: - 10 km. The height difference is 1008-3300 m. The total number of lifts is 49.
Entertainment: The legendary red Montagner train, launched for the first time in 1909, rises to a height of 1,913 m, with a panoramic view of the glacier Mer de Glace, Les Drew, La Vert and Le Joras. The Mont Blanc tram is a mountain railway with a third crenellated rail, climbing the Mont Blanc array up to a height of 2372 m. Also the Alpine Museum, swimming pools, gyms, climbing walls, tennis courts, paragliding club and much more. Golf - 3 km from the town, near the village of Le Praz there is an extensive golf course equipped with modern technology.
For children: Many private instructors and several ski schools (one of them - on the slope of Le Grand-Monte). Special light tracks, on which it is convenient to learn to stand on skis. Dog sledding. In the vicinities’ of Chamonix there are several zoos and nature parks, which are rich with flora and fauna of this region.
Hotels: 5 hotels 4 *, 13 hotels 4 *, 2 hotels 5 *.

Chamonix-Mont-Blanc or simply Chamonix is a city and commune in the east of France, in the department of Haute Savoie.
It is located in the Alps, in the narrow valley of the River Arv (tributary of the Rhone), at the foot of Mount Mont Blanc, where a tunnel connecting France with Italy.
Chamonix is the center of the popular skiing region of Chamonix-Mont-Blanc, known for its proximity to the highest peak of the Western Europe - Mont Blanc. In addition, this resort was the venue for the first Winter Olympic Games in 1924 and attracted foreign tourists for many years, reflecting the development of ski tourism since its inception.
How to get there: Geneva Airport - 99 km, Lyon Airport - 220 km, Turin Airport - 172 km, Milan Airport - 234 km.
Trails, slopes, lifts: The total length of the trails is about 170 km, green - 13, blue - 34, red - 32, black - 21. The longest route - 22 km.
Cross-country skiing: - 10 km. The height difference is 1008-3300 m. The total number of lifts is 49.
Entertainment: The legendary red Montagner train, launched for the first time in 1909, rises to a height of 1,913 m, with a panoramic view of the glacier Mer de Glace, Les Drew, La Vert and Le Joras. The Mont Blanc tram is a mountain railway with a third crenellated rail, climbing the Mont Blanc array up to a height of 2372 m. Also the Alpine Museum, swimming pools, gyms, climbing walls, tennis courts, paragliding club and much more. Golf - 3 km from the town, near the village of Le Praz there is an extensive golf course equipped with modern technology.
For children: Many private instructors and several ski schools (one of them - on the slope of Le Grand-Monte). Special light tracks, on which it is convenient to learn to stand on skis. Dog sledding. In the vicinities’ of Chamonix there are several zoos and nature parks, which are rich with flora and fauna of this region.
Hotels: 5 hotels 4 *, 13 hotels 4 *, 2 hotels 5 *.

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