Helpful resort information to assist planning your trip to Champorcher.
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- Nearest Airport Turin
- Nearest Train Station Pont-St-Martin
- Tourist Office Website
- Tourist Office Phone+ 0125 37106
The terrain at Champorcher includes:
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What's it like at Champorcher resort?
Champorcher in Italy (in the Aosta Valley region) is a small ski resort with just 5 ski lifts (1 gondola, 2 chair lifts, 2 surface lift) but it does boast a very impressive 1050 metres (3445 feet) of vertical descent. Champorcher has 13 pistes with a total length of 25 kilometers (16 miles). Cross country ski trails can be found Champorcher. The nearest airport is at Turin and the nearest train station to Champorcher is at Pont-St-Martin.
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Interactive Champorcher trail map and piste map. View the piste and trails as well as the surrounding terrain and mountain contours for backcountry action. Find and compare nearby resorts by clicking on the resort markers.
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What's the snow currently like in Champorcher?
A summary of the current snow conditions in Champorcher. View more information on the Champorcher detailed snow report page.
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Visitor Reviews of Champorcher
David Legget from United Kingdom writes:
We visited Champorcher in February of 2019 just for the day. The drive up from Pont St Martin is really nice and the Valley really lovely. The Cable Car is 5 minutes on from Champorcher at Chardoney and is an attractive old village with a few bars and a couple of hotels. Unfortunately, the snowfall was less than recent years and upon arrival we noticed a few runs were closed including the long black down to Chardoney which looked quite testing from our view going up in the old gondola. With a few of the runs being closed we expected slushy and pretty basic skiing to be had but were really surprised. It was a Saturday and quite busy with day trippers and school ski clubs but basically just used the 2 lifts up after the gondola. The resort is, basically, a big bowl though very pretty and the skiing was quite challenging and steeper than we had expected and the snow was pretty good. Only a couple of canteen style restaurants to be had but plenty to keep any visitors busy for a weekend or 3 day break and i'd imagine very good for families. There is a long piste set aside also for ski tourers up past the Rifugio Dondena that would be great to try if we'd have had time. But would certainly recommend a weekend without hesitation. We stayed just outside of Champorcher in the bed and breakfast: De Grand Maman run by the very friendly Massimiliano which again we would recommend without hesitation.
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