Incredible slopes at the vertex between Switzerland, Italy and France, in the heart of Europe. The ski resort of Chamonix, located in the French Alps, is the ideal destination for lovers of alpine life and snow sports. You can purchase two types of ski passes - Chamonix-Le Pass or Mont-Blanc Unlimited, which gives access to 400 and 115 kilometers of skiing respectively. While the former allows you to access all resorts in the Chamonix Valley (Brévent-Flégère, Lognan-Les Grands Montets, Domaine de Balme, Les Chosalets, La Vormaine, Le Savoy and Les Planards), the latter gives you access to resorts located in France (all of the valley), Italy (Courmayeur) and Switzerland (Verbier 4 Vallées). Chamonix has a total of 74 tracks for all levels, plus two snowparks and cross-country skiing routes. The complex is set in a unique natural setting in the heart of the Chamonix Valley, with the Mont Blanc massifs (4,810m) and Aiguilles Rouges (2,965m) as a backdrop. Its mythical descents like the Vallée Blanche or its off-piste tracks with 2,000m of unevenness and crossings between trees is a good place to ski for both beginners and experts. In Chamonix, only first-class sporting events are held, overlooking snow-capped glaciers such as Bossons and Mer de Glace, and adrenaline-laden black runs for the most expert skiers. Chamonix hosted the first Olympic Winter Games in 1924 and has become a world benchmark for snow sports. At the foot of the resot, there is the typical Savoyard mountain village of Chamonix, with great selection of shops, restaurants and cafes. An ideal place to stroll through its charming alleyways and local markets, which are characterized by their family-friendly and welcoming atmosphere. Chamonix is simply a unique place where you can ski in the highest mountain in Europe that borders 3 countries at once: France, Italy and Switzerland. Chamonix is synonymous with unparalleled skiing at the foot of Mont Blanc!