La Rosière Ski Resort Guide
La Rosière Ski Resort Guide (La Rosiere)
- Acres of ski:-
- Terrain Parks:1
- X-Country:12 km
La Rosiere is a southernly resort on the boarder with Italy. This purpose built area links with La Thuile, in Italy, to give over 150km of pistes. There is a good mix of pistes at La Rosiere that should keep most happy, although experts may have to seek out runs in the trees around La Thuile if conditions permit. The nursery slopes at La Rosiere are excellent. The lift system is somewhat slow which can cause hold ups at the lifts. Off the slopes, La Rosiere is modern but, surprisingly, attractive. Nightlife is more subdued than other Alpine resorts but there are plenty of places to eat and drink.
- Nearest Airport:Geneva
- Nearest Train Station:Bourg-St-Maurice
- Tourist Office Phone:+33479068051
- Tourist Office Website:www.larosiere.net
- Slopeside accommodation:yes
Announcements & News from the La Rosière ski resort manager
Great snow on all pistes and good base for offpiste skiing. FREERIDE world qualifier entry sign up this week 12th January 2019.
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- Issued:17 Apr
- Last Snowfall:17 April 2019
- Snow Depth (upper):–
- Snow Depth (lower):–
Today’s Weather (2225 m)view full snow forecast
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Visitor Reviews of La Rosière
Edmond Nico from Italy writes:
In the last few years La Rosiere has completely changed it's face and with the addition of 2 new chair lifts taking one up to 2800m it has put itself on the map of top ski resorts in the Alps. Together with La Thuile, in Italy, it offers one over 150km of piste runs. It is one of the best kept secret spots for off-piste skiing in the Alps mainly due to it's low number of tourist beds in relation to it's lift capacity. La Rosiere has only 4000 tourist beds in the resort and an uphill lift capacity of over 50,000 skiers per hour. Other nearby ski resorts have equal beds to uphill capacity. This means pistes are empty especially in low season periods and there is plenty of off-piste for everyone. I've skied untracked off-piste even 5 days after a snow fall which is pretty much unheard of anywhere else. It's my favourite off-piste paradise.