Skigebied Gids Villaroger
Villaroger, in the Savoie region of France, is a small ski area situated amongst the larger resorts in the Paradiski (Les Arcs/La Plagne). Villaroger has 20 km of piste within 250 acres of terrain at the L'Aiguille Rouge. There are cross-country ski trails at Villaroger.
- Dichtstbijz. Vliegveld:Geneva
- Dichtstbijzijnde Treinstation:Bourg St Maurice
- Toursiten Info Website:www.villaroger.fr/hiver.htm
- Overnachting in gebied:-
Aankondigingen & nieuws van de Villaroger skigebied manager
Laatste Sneeuw VerslagVolle sneeuw rapport zien
- Uitgeleverd:18 Jan
- Laatste sneeuwval:18 January 2019
- Sneeuw Diepte (bovenste):–
- Sneeuw Diepte (onderste):–
Weer Vandaag (2212 m)Volle Sneeuwverwachting zien
Recensies van bezoekers van Villaroger
Viv Horwitz van France schrijft:
I used to run a ski chalet from Villaroger but age & injury led to retirement. That said I still ski from here all winter and eat (& sometimes play my guitar) at La Ferme. I can't talk about the accommodation but I can say that the addition of several snow cannons, some small rerouting over the years to avoid really nasty narrow bits of piste and the friendly, hospitable village atmosphere make this a fine place to ski if you can do at least a decent stem turn. I would NOT recommend it to beginners or worried intermediates. It is the north side of the mountain so slopes can steepen up and shaded areas can be scratchy. You can always avoid mogul walls now but if you do decide to go down the moguls be aware that once you are on them there's no way out! The only problem has been that with the Vanoise Express opening up much larger numbers of skiers are coming over to ski this set of runs; traffic can now be an issue. But if you stay in Villaroger and you can get all the way to the top of the mountain and ski all the way down to La Ferme on a sunny day you will have had one of the most memorable runs in the Alps! Final word: the off-piste here is very tempting and can be very dangerous & requires a licence. Please, only with a guide, who will have a licence to take people into what is officially a nature reserve!