The Grands Montets–Argentière ski resort is located in Chamonix-Mont-Blanc, France, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, Savoie Mont Blanc, Haute-Savoie, Bonneville, Pays du Mont Blanc. This fantastic resort offers guests a magnificent skiing experience with 29 kilometres of slopes with a wide range of difficulty and terrain and elevations between 1,252 and 3,275 metres, you're sure to find something for everyone to enjoy whilst skiing and snowboarding. There are 9 operational lifts in place to take guests to their chosen run.
Black ‘difficult’ runs dominate, making up the bulk of the resort with 12 kilometres of slopes to enjoy, there are 9 kilometres of red ‘intermediate’ runs and 6 kilometres of ‘easy’ blue runs for guests to revel in which can be found surrounding the Lognan middle station. The longest run is the Grands Montents-Argentière which is a total of 6 kilometres long. If you are a real thrill seeker then the most difficult run is the Les Pylônes, a total of 3.5 kilometres in length is the slope for you, alternatively there is also a valley run available, Argentière leads through the forest aisle to the base station.
There is a range of different restaurants and bars to explore around and near to the Resort. With delicious food at reasonable prices residents can eat at the highly popular Grands Montets which is located at 3,275 metres, ideal for feasting on delicious food as well as feasting the eyes on the resort’s outstanding, panoramic scenery.
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