Closed (end of season)
Season Start/End: 12/20 - 4/10
Elevation
:
4429ft - 9022ft
Trails
:
26%| 26%| 41%| 7%
Lifts
:
14
Lift Tickets
:
from €18.00 to €145.00
Complete list of skipass prices

39°F

Weather

Forecast

0"

Snowfall

N/A

Snow Depth

Snow Report
La Norma webcams
webcams
+
La Norma Trail Map
Trail Map
+
La Norma ski lift
+

The charming little ski town of La Norma in the heart of the Savoyard French Alps is located at 1350 metres in altitude, on a vast tree covered plateau which leads to the Vanoise mountain range and further on, the upper valley of the Arc (in the Maurienne region). Dominated by the peak of the Norma Mountain (2917 m), the ski area covers 700 hectares, stretching from 1350 to 2750 metres. The ski area has 65 km of ski runs. Thanks to its north-west exposure, the La Norma ski area receives a good quality of snow throughout the winter (the sun is limited in December, but by mid-January, the sun becomes abundant). La Norma is a great place to practice all your favourite winter sports, snowboarding, ski blading, skwal, telemarking and classic skiing to name all but a few. The La Norma ski area is a winter wonderland, welcoming all who wish to discover the pleasures of life in the snowy mountains. In addition to the ski area there is also a slalom, a dedicated free riding area, two snow parks, a toboggan run, floodlit night skiing and a snow garden for the kids (ESF). For those less enthusiastic about sport, the resort of La Norma offers a multitude of enjoyable activities. Make the most out of your stay and discover all the charms of the mountain in winter: snowshoeing or dog sledding, baroque churches visits, visit the villages of the Haute Maurienne area, ice climbing or a trip to the Aquazen wellness centre (600m ² with sauna, Jacuzzi, Hammam, body treatments, squash court and a gym) For those who want to really relax and do nothing, the fantastic views over the Vanoise region from the terraces of mountain restaurants (accessible to pedestrians from the chairlift or gondola) are unforgettable! Whilst you’re out enjoying yourself, you can leave your children: - In the Day-care "Les Lutins (The Fairies)" which welcomes children from 3 months to 4 years old during the school holidays and from 3 months to 3 years outside of school holidays. - At the kids club "les Diablotins (the Devils)" accepts children from 5 to 12 years old during school holidays and from 4 to 12 years old outside of the school holidays Crafts, sports, walks and themed fun weeks keep the children entertained. It’s an opportunity for children to discover new games and also to make new friends. All the accommodation in La Norma is next to the slopes so there is no need to take your car. If the streets are covered in snow you can simply jump on your skis and ski to the nearby ski lifts. Finally you'll find everything you might need in La Norma: movies, wifi, laundry services, restaurants, bars, newsagents, sports shops, a medical office, ATM, pubs, night clubs and a taxi service. Extra benefits to La Norma: - Family orientated ski resort (Certified Family plus Mountain) - Pedestrianized and very easy to access. Only 10 minutes from the train station and very close to the A43 motorway. - Free underground parking, *** accommodation. - All the apartments are located close to all services and of cause, the ski slopes. - Wi-Fi Coverage = 80%.

Elevation

  • 9022ft
    Summit
  • 4593ft
    Vertical Drop
  • 4429ft
    Base

Lifts

  • 1
  • 0
  • 0
  • 1
  • 1
  • 4
  • 0
  • 7
  • 14
    Total

Terrain

  • Beginner Runs

    26%

  • Intermediate Runs

    26%

  • Advanced Runs

    41%

  • Expert Runs

    7%

  • Runs

    40 MILES

  • Terrain Parks

    2

  • Longest Run

    40 MILES

  • Skiable Terrain

    700 ac

Important Dates

  • Projected Opening Ski Season: 12/20/2014
  • Projected Closing Ski Season: 04/10/2015
  • Projected Days Open: 111
  • Years Open: 43

La Norma Reviews

  • 71Reissue


    • 4
    8th September 2009

    Full review

      A very friendly and family orientated resort. Bottom of the slopes, play park, creche, ski school meeting point and toddlers ski school...
     
  • ahamilton


    • 4
    20th November 2008

    Full review

      Went to La Norma in march 2008, mainly bacuase of price (exceptionally good value accomodation), all the accomdoation is convenient to the...
     
?

Been to La Norma?

Let other users know what you think by submitting a review!

Tourist Office

Ski-lift

Common Misspellings

  • Lanorma, Lenorma, Lenormam, Leonorm, Linnorm, norma

Advertisement

News

View All

20 Top Resorts for Easter & Late-Season Skiing

While January, February and March are touted as the months to hit the mountains, sometimes skiers get lucky with snow that keeps on co... More

Powder alert in La Norma

0 INCHES
Past 24 Hours
Never miss another Powder Alert! Sign up now!

Advertisement

Advertisement