Our ski shops in La Rosiere

Freeride ski rental in La Rosière

Located at an altitude of 1850 meters, La Rosière ski resort is the ideal place for winter sports holidays focused on freeride skiing. Its history dates back to 1920, when passionate young skiers created the Montvalese Sports Union. As early as 1960, the first ski competitions were organized, marking the start of the resort of the station. In 1985, the construction of the Chardonnet chairlift allowed the crossing of the border, giving birth to the first international ski area border with Italy. The summer activity also started in 1960 with the creation of the very first Euchet holiday center.

La Rosière freeride paradise

Come to La Rosière to take advantage of quality Franco-Italian slopes and exceptional snow-capping throughout the winter. With its incredible panorama of the valley and Mont-Blanc, this station offers you a ski stay in an authentic village with Savoyard charm. Whether you prefer soft slopes or more committed descents, La Rosière ski area will fill all skiers, whether they practice track skiing or off-piste. The station consists of two sectors: the center village and the new village of Eucherts, linked together by free shuttles. Throughout the winter, many events are organized, including La Rosière Freeride Week, an international 100% freeride competition affiliated with the freeride world qualifier. Do not miss the white trail and the black rock walk, a riding ski riding on the front. For your next winter vacation, immerse yourself in a real alpine cocoon where grandiose landscapes and abundant snowfall await you!

San Bernardo space: an exceptional Franco-Italian ski

Discover a wide variety of slopes on La Rosière ski area. The San Bernardo space is a unique place where you can ski both in France and Italy. The link with La  Thuile station offers a double North and South exhibition for an unforgettable ski experience. This partnership allows you to enjoy a large playground offering an exceptional panoramic view, with the Mont-Blanc in the background. You have 152 km of slopes to go from the Haute-Tarentaise valley to the Val d'Aosta.

For off-piste enthusiasts, many ski touring routes are accessible, offering escapades through fields of powder in the heart of a wild and unspoiled nature. With elevations ranging from 300 to 1100 meters, you can reach the summits and discover the mountain from a new angle. In addition, pedestrian trails and cross -country ski tracks are available, including 6 km of tracks to practice skating as well as alternative step.

thrills at the rosière

Do not miss the Panoramic Experience, a fascinating bridge between France and Italy offering a breathtaking view with several tens of meters under your feet! Take the time to admire a breathtaking 360 ° 360 ° panorama! On the ski area, immerse yourself in a Nordic universe by visiting the Igloo village of 130 m². Near the chairlift of the rest plan, an Ice Bar as well as snow sculptures await you to live a moment of intense chills!

If you are a follower of thrills and noted turns, defy your friends on the Boardercross du Fort, with its bumps and jumps! As for the Poletta snowpark, it will delight freestyle lovers with its beginners lines and its expert routes where you can make your most beautiful tricks.

Mont-Valaisan: the par excellence freeride space

Since 2018, La Rosière ski resort has created a freeride zone and has set up new tracks served by disengageable chairlifts. With a peak culminating at 2800 meters above sea level, this secure and marked off-piste space guarantees exceptional snack throughout the season. These tracks will particularly attract experienced skiers thanks to their technicality and their engaged slopes.

La Rosière: a family station

La Rosière offers unforgettable moments with the family thanks to its wide variety of tracks adapted to all levels. You can also savor Italian dishes on the side of the Thuile and have fun with the family in the fun space of Petit Saint-Bernard, located in the middle of the forest. Fun modules and a fun course will delight young and old. Whether you practice skiing or snowboarding, La Rosière is a resort that will fill riders from all levels and sliding enthusiasts. Labeled "Family Plus", it is an ideal destination for creating unforgettable memories and enjoy the many activities offered on site. In the Tarentaise Valley, do not miss the Sainte-Foy Tarentaise family resort, located just a few kilometers.

La Rosière: an eco-responsible station

Faced with current ecological challenges, La Rosière ski resort has set up several actions aimed at reducing its environmental footprint. In order to preserve its wilderness and the sensitive environments of its ski area, La Rosière created its own environmental observatory in 2014 in order to better understand local flora and fauna. In partnership with the Vanoise National Park and the Mountain Galliformes Observatory, the station thus protects the amphibians present on its territory, the walls of the walls as well as the Lyre tetras evolving on the edge of the afforestation of its mountain areas. In addition, La Rosière attaches particular importance to the development of its pastures and its agricultural exploitation by promoting cohabitation with local breeders. Finally, a policy of revealing was implemented a few years ago in order to limit erosion and optimize plant cover.

Ski rental in La Rosière

To hit the slopes of the San Bernardo space, go to one of our rental stores in La Rosière. A smiling, dynamic and professional team will welcome you throughout the season to provide you with personalized advice on ski rental and sale. Specialized in mountain sports, our teams are passionate and attentive to each customer. We also offer children's ski packs to allow the youngest to discover the joys of skiing safely. The biggest brands specializing in skiing will allow you to hit the tracks with confidence.

How to come ski to La Rosière

To get to La Rosière, take the A430 motorway to Albertville, then follow the RN 90 towards Bourg-Saint-Maurice. Then take the direction of the Col du Petit-Saint-Bernard and La Rosière. The Bourg-Saint-Maurice SNCF station is regularly served by European trains such as the Thalys and the Eurostar. Shuttles are then available to reach the Haute-Tarentaise stations. Buses also affect the airports of Chambéry, Lyon-Saint-Exupéry and Geneva.