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Les Crosets Resort Overview

Sat at an impressive altitude of 1,667m, with its highest ski lift reaching 2,400m, Les Crosets is a charming Swiss resort that forms part of the extensive Portes du Soleil ski area, boasting 650km of skiable terrain.

This traditional, tranquil resort offers a range of comfortable ski-in-ski-out chalets and apartments, providing easy access to the slopes. The picturesque, car-free village is renowned for its good snow conditions, with the ski season typically stretching from mid-December until mid-April.

Skiing in Les Crosets

Offering a variety of pistes to suit all abilities, Les Crosets is a paradise for ski enthusiasts. The resort is directly connected to the Portes du Soleil ski area, providing access to a staggering 650km of pisted terrain.

For beginners, there are plenty of gentle, wide slopes to help you find your skiing feet. The Chavanette and Planachaux are ideal runs for novices. Intermediate skiers can venture further afield, exploring the numerous blue and red runs across the Portes du Soleil ski area.

Advanced skiers can test their skills on the challenging black runs and moguls in the area. For those seeking an adrenaline rush, the infamous Swiss Wall offers some of the most challenging skiing in the region. Off-piste skiing is also available for those seeking a thrilling adventure in the snow.

Freestyle skiing and snowboarding are popular in Les Crosets. The resort is home to a snowpark where skiers and snowboarders can showcase their freestyle skills.

Is Les Crosets Family-friendly?

Les Crosets is a fantastic ski resort for families. The pedestrianised village ensures a safe environment for children and the ski-in-ski-out accommodation options make ski holidays hassle-free. The resort offers various family-friendly amenities, including child-friendly restaurants and sledging areas. There are also family lift pass deals available, making Les Crosets an affordable choice for family ski holidays.

Après-Ski Scene in Les Crosets

Though smaller and quieter than its French neighbours, Les Crosets offers a cosy après ski scene. The village has a few bars and restaurants where you can unwind after a day on the slopes.

The popular L’Atelier de Jacky is a great spot for a post-ski drink, offering a warm and welcoming atmosphere. For late-night fun, head to Le Croset Disco, open until the early hours and known for its lively music and friendly staff.

Dining in Les Crosets

Les Crosets offers a selection of tasty dining options. Chez Gaby is a must-visit for its delicious pizzas, while L’Atelier Gourmand is known for its gourmet dishes and warm, inviting atmosphere. For authentic Swiss cuisine, head to La Ferme à Gaby, where you can sample traditional raclette and fondue.

How to Get to Les Crosets

The quickest way to reach Les Crosets from the UK is to fly to Geneva Airport, which is a 1h 30m transfer from the resort. Other nearby airports include Sion Airport (1h 40m) and Bern Airport (2h 10m). If you are travelling by train, the nearest station is Aigle, which is a 1h 10m transfer.

Les Crosets Insider Tips

  • Sample the delicious hot chocolate at the charming Croq’Neige café.
  • Make sure to explore the beautiful snowshoe trails that wind through the stunning Swiss landscape.
  • Don’t miss the awe-inspiring panoramic views from the Pointe de Mossette.


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