Surrounded by giant peaks of the Alps, the commune of Chamonix-Mont Blanc has a long history of world-class skiing. As one of the most adrenaline-packed winter sports, heliskiing takes you to the peak skiing experience. Visit from December to April for ideal skiing conditions.
Located in the department of the Haute-Savoie department in south-eastern France, the commune of Chamonix-Mont Blanc rests close to huge peaks among the Alps. It is one of the oldest skiing resorts in the country and was host to the first Winter Olympics in 1924. Through the decades it’s established itself as a world-class region for outdoor activities, from mountaineering and hiking to biking and skiing. And the protected region is home to an abundance of plant and animal life.
The commune is characterized by warm and pleasant summers, with cold and snowy winters. December has an average minimum temperature of -7℃ and maximum of 2℃. And by the end of March temperature receive a minimum of -3℃ and maximum of 7℃.
Visit from December to April for ideal skiing conditions.
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