Les Crosets


Winter sports reportLast update: 20.04.2014 08:08


Weather forecast for today. 16°cloudy Detailed forecast
Monday .14°
Tuesday .15°
Pistesicon status200/650
Liftsicon status69/197

icon_snowSnow report

Depth of snow80 cm 60 cm in resort
Snow condition spring snow
Last snowfall yesterday
Avalanche info (SLF).Level of danger: 1 low
Depth of snow in resort at 1668 metres 60 cm
Depth of snow on upper runs at 2250 metres 80 cm
Last snowfall in resort yesterday
Last snowfall in ski area yesterday
New snow in resort (past 24h) 5 cm
New snow in ski area (past 24h) 5 cm

icon_skiPiste, TéléChampéry-Crosets PDS SA

Pistes open (km)icon status200/650 km 2 km with artificial snowmaking
Lifts openicon status69/197
Condition of runs fair0/4 Runs down to resort open
Runs down to resort (open today / total)0 / 4
Runs down to (altitude) 1650 m (altitude)
Condition of runs down to resort fair
Surface area of pistes 40 ha
Number of local pistes 80
Pistes covered by lift pass (regional) 100 km
Number of lifts in ski area 37
Runs floodlit today until -
Length of floodlit runs 0 km

icon_funparkFun park, Snowpark

Half-pipes openicon status0/0
Snowcross pistes openicon status0/4
Snow park openicon status0/1
Snow tube runs openicon status0/0
State of lifts closed
Snow park floodlighting -
Snowboard facilities floodlit today until -
Tel. for fun park info +41 (0)24 479 02 10

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Cable-cars and chair-lifts lead from Champéry into the skiing area of "Portes du Soleil", one of the world's largest continuous skiing areas. Within it, there are 14 different areas for skiers and snowboarders – 6 in Switzerland and 8 in France – with 209 lifts and 650 km of prepared slopes available to them. There is also a snowpark to meet the needs of freestylers. Not only that, but the adventurous can also try their hand at ice-climbing, snow-shoe walking or paragliding, or prove themselves on skiing tours or sledging runs. The village also has an indoor ice rink and a curling hall which are open all year round. The ski slope at Pas de Chavanette – often simply called "Le Mur Suisse" (the Swiss Wall) – is one of the steepest in the world. Although it is only a kilometre long, the descent covers a difference in altitude of nearly 400 metres, with gradients of up to 50 degrees.

Resort details

Opening hours

Installations open from
08:30 hr
Installations open until
17:00 hr
Start of season:
End of season:


Cable car / funicular
T +41 (0)24 479 02 10
Tourist office 
T +41 (0)24 477 20 77


Young person:

6 Tageskarte

Young person:


Young person:
Family discount:
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