The Brévent and Balme ski areas are open until Monday, the 22nd of April 2019


As all good things must come to an end, the Chamonix ski season is almost over.

The Les Houches/ Saint-Gervais closed on the 14th of April 2019.

The Brévent and Balme si areas are still open until the 22 of April.

Therefore, this week the Brévent area is accessible only by the Brévent cable car, the Planpraz gondola, the Parsa and Cornu chairlifts, as well as the 2000 and Funi 2000 ski lifts.

The Balme ski area can be accessed via the following lifts: the Charamillon gondola, the Autannes chairlift and the Col skis, Plan des Reines and Aiguillettes.

The Grands Montets ski domain will be open until the 1st of May included, will be closed on the 2nd and 3rd of May, and then reopen for the 4th and 5th for the Freeride day.

Le Dauphine

Check the summer timetables for all the ski lifts.

Although skiing is very popular in the valley, Chamonix is so much more than just skiing.

Check all the upcoming events and all the summer activities, including hiking, sightseeing, paragliding and many others.

The Brevent Lift Cable Car in Chamonix
The view from the top of the Brevent
New Parsa chairlift at Brévent ski area. photo source:
Les Houches Slopes serve as a training ground for the French National Ski Team
The Le Tour Balme Vallorcine ski area
The Le Tour Balme Vallorcine ski area
View of the Grands Montets Ski Resort in Chamonix
Cornu chairlift station in Brevent, photo by Geoffroy Delabre,