Why visit La Rosière?

Ski Area

Combined with La Thuile to make the Espace San Bernardo, it covers an expansive 152km of linked slopes, serviced by a quick and efficient lift system.




The resort has slopes for all abilities, above and below the tree line. The gentle nursery slopes are just above the village, and there are further blues below Roc Noir. The opening of a whole new mountainside on Mont Valaisan earlier this decade, saw some excellent reds and off piste options added to the map. Across the border, the slopes of La Thuile are steeper, with some challenging reds and blacks.



There’s somewhere to eat for everyone here, and being linked to Italy, expect some fabulous food just a short ski away (just make sure you don’t miss the last lift back). L’Antigel is a particular favourite, with a menu full of traditional mountain dishes and a sunny terrace. If you like cosy or a great view, then book a table at L’Ancolie, with its grills and Savoyard dishes. In the village, Le Flocon is perfect for all the family.


Après Ski

This isn’t the resort for wild parties. There’s a much more low key vibe here, with cosy bars and terraces with great views. Settle by the fire at the H40 Brasserie or enjoy a cocktail at Moo Bar. There’s karaoke at the Petit Saint Bernard and live music at Le Comptoir. If you’re after some family activities instead, the village has a bowling alley and a cinema.


Unique to La Rosière

The resort is home to the X-Treme luge – a single rail sledge that can travel up to speeds of 45km/h on a 700m downhill track through the trees. You know you want to…