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Read the latest Chamonix news and discover great things to do in Chamonix for your summer or winter holiday.

Top tips to help you avoid a ski chalet scam

Every year, hard-working skiers find that they have been the victims of a ski chalet scam, and that their dream chalet holiday has gone up in smoke. At Chamonix All Year, not a season goes by where we aren’t contacted by distraught holiday-makers who have been conned out of a booked ski chalet. You don’t […]
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Via Ferrata in Chamonix: what you need

If you’re not an experienced rock climber, but you’re looking for the mental and physical challenge of climbing and the spectacular views that go with it, Via Ferrata in Chamonix is for you! Chamonix is deservedly known as the heart of alpinism worldwide. With such fame and popularity comes investment and growth in a full […]
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Book now for 25% savings on lift passes this winter

This offer has now closed – speak to our Resort Team about getting one day free for the rest of the winter, and don’t miss our amazing Chamonix accommodation offers all year round. Save 25% on winter ski passes – Early Bird offer We’re still reminiscing about the amazing winter season we had last year […]
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Unlimited free refills! Alpine springs in Chamonix

Freshen up your holiday with our favourite fresh water sources in Chamonix! On hot summer days it’s easy to empty your water bottle quickly. Our handy guide to local water sources in Chamonix lists all the places you can top up. Protecting our environment By using a reusable bottle you can incorporate these water source destinations into your […]
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croute local cuisine in Chamonix

More than melted cheese: Savoyarde local cuisine in Chamonix

Isolated for months during long, snowy winters with nothing but cheese and potatoes… no, it’s not the next ski holiday fad! It’s the way the Haute-Savoie locals of long ago survived on the Alpine foods they produced themselves that would stay the distance, remaining preserved for sustenance throughout the season. Perhaps you’re interested in the […]
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