- 22 Resorts
- Consistent Snow
- Diverse destinations
- Resorts open before those of many other states
- Home to Vail, Beaver Creek, Copper Mountain
Portes du Soleil – Chablais Region: All Part Of The Gigantic Circus
The mountain resorts of Champéry, Morgins, Val-d'Illiez-Les Crosets-Champoussin, and Torgon belong to the international Portes du Soleil Chablais region.
Remember this: The Portes du Soleil is the largest linked international ski area in the world and offers two countries (Switzerland and France), 14 resorts, 650 km of pistes for every level of difficulty, 204 lifts, seven snowparks, hundreds of kilometres for freeride, and one ski pass that covers it all. It is hard to present this amazing ski area in just a few words.
Champéry, situated at the foot of the Dents Blanches and the Dents du Midi Mountains, is a village of preserved architecture and one of the oldest tourist destinations in Switzerland.
Val-d'Illiez-Les Crosets-Champoussin offers 650 km of skiing and snowboarding with accommodations in Val-d'Illiez, a very peaceful, charming village. There's terrific beginner terrain here as well among the 278 pistes.
Torgon is a family-oriented resort offers countless possibilities for skiers of all levels to find their niche. The excellent snow conditions, the ski school, and the delightful village make Torgon a destination of its own.
Geneva is the main airport gateway, 55 km away.