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Useful Resort Contacts
|Freeride Ski School:||0041 244 791000|
|Tourist Information:||0041 244 792020|
|Hotel Beau Sejour:||0041 244 795858|
|Suberge Le Paradis:||0041 244 791167|
|Medical Centre:||0041 244 791516|
|Serge Rey-Bellet Taxi:||0041 794 301515|
Piste Rating for Champery
Champery is a picture-postcard village of old wooden chalets. Friendly and relaxed, it would be ideal for families if it wasn't separated from its slopes by a steep, fragmented mountainside.
Once you get up to them, the local slopes are open, friendly and relaxing. Its sunny slopes are part of the big Portes du Soleil circuit, which links Avoriaz, Chatel (in France), Les Crosets, Champoussin and Morgins. The snow on the north-facing French side of the link with Avoriaz is usually better than on the sunnier Swiss side to the south. The local Champery area would benefit from more snowmaking. Les Crosets is still a bottleneck at peak times, and if snow is poor, end-of-the-day queues for the cable-car down are inescapable.
There are a few delightful mountain restaurants. Eating out in the resort is limited, and two of the best places for local specialities are just outside the village: Canines des Rives and Auberge Le Paradis. The apres-ski is fairly quiet, yet plenty to do off the slopes with an ice-sports centre, indoor pool and tennis courts, and also ice climbing.
We'd like to wish you an enjoyable holiday in the snow and please don't hesitate to get in touch with us if you have any queries regarding your insurance cover.
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