A peaceful, south-facing resort with a ski area that crosses the border into neighbouring Italy.
- Compact ski area with lots of easy blue runs back into both La Rosière and Les Eucherts.
- Lift-linked to the beautiful Italian resort of La Thuile, great for a tasty lunch stop and loads more runs to cruise down.
- A quiet, traditional French resort with pretty wooded walks that tends to be very popular with families.
The charm of the resort has made it a firm favourite with families, with many returning year after year. In terms of accommodation, you’ll find a wide range of chalets and self-catering apartments, some of which are new and offer very high quality places to stay suitable for different needs, and others providing a value for money option. If you’re looking for hotel accommodation, however, your choices might be a little limited in La Rosière so booking early is recommended.
The resort centre makes a great meeting point for lunch and socialising. Several piste-side restaurants are also ideal for a rendezvous with the rest of the family after a morning in ski school. The resort has a few bars, the pick of which would probably have to be Le Comptoir, which often hosts live music.
The Les Eucherts side of town also has a good range of bars and restaurants for when you want a slopeside hot chocolate or tartiflette for lunch - Le Flocon is always busy.
Top 3 accommodations in La Rosière
La Rosière Apartments
from £473 per person
Les Balcons de la Rosiere
from £531 per person
Les Cimes Blanches Apartments
from £718 per person
Buy 1 lift pass get 1 half price
Excludes certain departure dates, see terms and conditions for details.
£75 off per person
Excludes certain resorts in North America, Japan and Russia, see full terms and conditions for details.
Discounted lift passes for seniors aged 65-74 years.