CHALET MAISON JAUNE

Ski in, ski out chalet in Chamonix Les Houches
Sleeps up to 10 - hot tub - log fire

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An ideal resort for beginners, intermediates and mixed ability groups

Les-Houches is a very pretty ski station in Chamonix valley, with wide tree-lined, well-groomed pistes, and a variety of delightful piste-side restaurants.

Maison Jaune really is ski-in ski-out.
This means that anyone who can manage a snowplough can ski directly to and from the garden.


Chamonix-Les-Houches Prarion  Empty pistes  Spectacular view of Mont-Blanc massif

The Snow Coverage:

In Chamonix valley, the skiing ranges from 900 metres to 3840 metres!
This makes Chamonix Valley one of the highest resorts in Europe, and virtually guarantees snow!

Ski stations in Chamonix valley are even open until the first weekend in May!

The Les Houches ski station ranges from 1000 metres to 1900 metres, and there are also 110 snow cannons covering 23 hectacres - just in case!

The Lifts of Les Houches:

With over 23 million euros spent in the last few years on the 8-person high-speed cable car at Prarion, together with 3 new chair lifts last year and a magic carpet on the new nursery slopes, Les Houches is the best kept secret in Chamonix Valley.

The high-speed Prarion cable car is just 400 metres below us, and from the chalet you can gain access to 55 km of pisted ski runs. There are 26 ski runs served by 19 lifts.

There is a 4-man chairlift for the re-designed beginners area, as well as a magic carpet to serve the debutants - thus making Les Houches the best beginners area in Chamonix valley.

New for 2014/15, there will be a new 4-man chairlift to replace two drag-lifts from the St. Gervais side of the mountain.

The Pistes:

Les Houches is great for beginners and intermediates. The piste are wide, and well groomed, and offer a 360° panorama over the entire Mont-Blanc massif. There are delightful piste-side mountain restaurants, including a 250 year old savoyarde farm which serves the best vin-chaud in the valley.

  • 2 black pistes (including the Chamonix world cup downhill run)
  • 13 red pistes
  • 7 blue pistes
  • 4 green pistes
  • 2 new beginners areas

Night skiing:

On Thursdays, there is night-skiing free of charge on the piste du Tourchet.