Awesome Chamonix – vibrant village, extreme skiing & jaw-dropping scenery. For corporate ski trips, Chamonix is one of the best – huge brand, short transfers & fantastic action on & off the snow.


No winter destination matches the allure of Chamonix Mont Blanc. The scenery is truly staggering, the streets are buzzing and brand is built on a mountaineering legacy that makes it one of the most revered centres for alpinism anywhere.

For skiers across the globe, Chamonix is top of most bucket lists. For corporate ski trips, there are few places to rival Chamonix Mont Blanc, anywhere.

For serious skiers, the Chamonix valley is one of the top destinations in the Alps, whilst the Vallée Blanche is amongst the most talked about off-piste terrain globally. Serious skiers & boarders the world over make at least 1 pilgrimage to Chamonix in theirs lives. 

Off the snow the valley is full of action & culture with fantastic dining, luxury spas and endless adrenalin sports – the place is perfect for corporate ski events, seminars and conferences.


Facts & figures

  • Resort height: 1035m
  • Top lift height: 3882m
  • Ski lifts: 48
  • Season dates: Nov-May
  • Inhabitants: 8900

Airport transfers

  • Geneva | 63 miles
  • Chambery | 90 miles
  • Turin | 107 miles


  • Après ski
  • Tobogganing
  • Paragliding
  • Ice climbing
  • Scenic flights
  • Casino
  • Shopping
  • Fine dining


  • Heli-skiing
  • Off-piste
  • Glacier skiing
  • FIS race course
  • Ski region


The skiing in the Chamonix valley is spread across 5 main areas, with some smaller ski outposts and off-piste adding to the mix. Brévent, Flégère, Les Houches, Grands Montets and the Balme Vallorcine areas make up the skiing whilst the Aiguille du Midi accesses the iconic Vallée Blanche off-piste ski route.

Chamonix has a well-deserved reputation for tough terrain with some of the best steep and off-piste skiing in France. Brévent, Flégère and the Grands Montets areas all offer excellent challenging terrain. The north facing slopes of the Grands Montets area offer some superb off-piste terrain.

For those in the know, follow the locals over to Rendl for a day of untracked powder skiing although the newly developed, more central and higher capacity Rendlbahn gondola is sure to make this secret spot less secret over time. Guiding in St Anton is some of the best around and is essential in most off-piste areas.

For those looking for less extreme skiing, the Arlberg ski region is huge and mightily impressive. For the intermediate skier then the Arlberg ski region is superb – long runs beyond the St Anton ski area are a great feature.


Ski mountaineers leaving the Aiguille du Midi for the Vallee Blanche, Chamonix, France.

Vallée Blanche

One of the most talked-about off-piste routes in the world, the Vallée Blanche leaves the Aiguille du Midi and descends into the clouds.

People at an après ski bar in Chamonix centre.

Après ski

Step onto the Rue du Dr Paccard that runs through Chamonix and sample après ski in bar after bar in this pulsating, iconic ski destination.

Aiguille du Midi cable car station.

Aiguille du midi

Accessible on foot, the Aiguille du Midi is one of the most remarkable mountain peaks in the world with stunning views and the ‘into the void’ glass step.


The Chamonix valley stretches more than 20km and is made up of a number of villages and resorts. For most people, the vibrant centre of Chamonix Mont Blanc is the place to be. The main street is alive, year-round with people drinking, dining, shopping or strolling. There are endless restaurants, bars and shops and few resorts anywhere can match the atmosphere of the centre of Chamonix Mont Blanc.

Side streets offer small squares, whilst the raging river that cuts through the town has many attractions backing onto it. The central area of Chamonix Mont Blanc has a casino and many restaurant and bar terraces. There are numerous hotels and chalets in and around the central pedestrian area. With its entertainment and amenities, Chamonix represents one of the very best options for corporate ski trips anywhere.

Away from the centre of Chamonix Mont Blanc the valley becomes more rural, although no less dramatic. At the northern end of the valley is Vallorcine, a pretty village close to the Swiss border, offering the first glimpse of the remarkable scenery in the Chamonix valley. Argentière is a small village that accesses the Grands Montets ski area, whilst Les Praz is another pretty village close to Chamonix Mont Blanc and accesses the Flégère ski area.

Les Houches is located at the southern end of the valley and is a medium sized town, 8km south of Chamonix with its own ski area. There are buses and trains which connect the resorts and villages of the Chamonix valley.


Leaving the slopes of Le Brévent – the almost inescapable pull of the Folie Douce terrace ensures that place rumbles earliest of all Chamonix Mont Blanc après ski bars. Big busy and theatrical, La Folie Douce can't however match the intensity of the daily après at Chambre Neuf. No après ski session is complete without squeezing into bedroom 9.

The main pedestrianised centre of Chamonix Mont Blanc is alive throughout the winter season. Group ski trip participants will find the nightlife more than enough to keep them busy. There are bar terraces with fire baskets and live music as well as small intimate dens off the main Rue du Dr Paccard street.

A more recent addition to the Chamonix après ski scene is Mess, a contemporary restaurant neighbouring Chambre Neuf and in the heart of the après ski hub around the train station. Feast on burgers and spirits before hauling weary legs onto the tables for some après dancing next to the resident DJ.

Chamonix Unlimited is a music festival that takes place in April and offers music venues across the peaks and throughout the valley. The highlight has to be the dance platform at the Aiguille du Midi station. The cloud-piercing height and drama of the surroundings is a stunning location for the music festival with DJ’s and dancing revellers occupying the highest platform at the Aiguille du Midi.



On many levels, Chamonix Mont Blanc is about as good a meeting, seminar and conference destination, as is possible to find in France. Corporate event attendees will be able to sample superb cuisine, enjoy pleasantly quick transfers from Geneva airport and stay in excellent hotel accommodation.

The activities in the Chamonix valley are outstanding, with sightseeing at the Aiguille du Midi and the Mer de Glace, whilst actions sports take place on the snow and ice and in the air. Chamonix Mont Blanc is an absolute standout destination for corporate events in both the winter and summer.

Chamonix Mont Blanc has its own dedicated conference and congress centre located in the heart of Chamonix. The ornate venue has rooms which can accommodate meetings of up to 400 people. Modern IT systems are offered whilst the catering is typically French in quality and variety.

As well as the centrally located Chamonix Mont Blanc Congress Centre, many of the better hotels offer meeting facilities for corporate events, offering the chance to easily combine meetings with other elements of the event.


The Aiguille du Midi is a truly magical location, its spire, located at over 3800m shoots skyward in rocket-fashion and is visible from afar. The ride up to the Aiguille du Midi is remarkable and drama-filled, whilst at the top station there are entry points to the vast Vallée Blanche, viewing platforms and tunnels through the rock & ice.


For those with legs of steel, the ‘step into the void’ attraction is a glass floored platform over a 1km vertical drop. Accessible by foot, the Aiguille du Midi is a not to be missed, group event excursion.

  • Aiguille du Midi cable car station, Chamonix, France.

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