Chalet Pelerin puts guests in the epicenter of alpine adventure. Seven world-class ski resorts, including Tignes and Val d’Isère, are 30 minutes away or less. Ski a different resort every day, with lift tickets and transportation included in your stay. The chalet’s proximity to the Italian border provides guests access to three heli-ski bases, with runs averaging 1,000 to 2,200 vertical meters. Legendary off-piste runs and steep and deep lines can also be skied straight to the chalet door. The chalet’s setting, nestled in the tiny mountain hamlet of Le Miroir, immerses guests in the local culture and provides the perfect base to recharge after a powder day. Après in the outdoor hot tub or fireside in the rustic living room, then indulge in regional specialties like fondue and tartiflette.
- Guide service offering customized adventure itineraries
- All gear necessary for activities
- Pre-arrival planning with an Eleven Experience Manager
- Use of the Alpage*
- Chef prepared breakfast, après, and dinner
- House alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages
- All lift tickets.
* Not included for by room offering.
Built on top of a tiny French farming village, Chalet Pelerin provides 180-degree views of the surrounding Tarentaise Valley. King guest rooms bring the outdoors in, with large windows and balconies. Rooms are named after iconic French Alpine mountains, and the rustic, yet comfortable design reflects local traditions. There’s no need to set an alarm, as church bells or cowbells signal the start of each day.
An indoor swimming pool, Finnish sauna, and outdoor hot tub with views of Mont Pourri are all great for après. Guests can ski straight to the Alpage, an old sheep herder’s hut where staff will carve out a snowbank seating area and serve appetizers around the fire. Meals are served at a farmhouse table surrounded by sheepskin rug-covered chairs and after dinner drinks can be sipped by the double-sided fireplace in the cozy living room.
EAT AND DRINK
Food is a highlight at Chalet Pelerin. A hearty breakfast of local yogurt, muesli, house-made bread, and farm-fresh eggs fuels skiers through morning powder turns. Even in the backcountry, guests can expect bubbly at lunch and fine French cheeses. In the evening, chef Hannah’s carefully sourced menus showcase Savoyarde dishes like pumpkin velouté with Beaufort cheese and croutons, and of course, fondue. French wines also take center stage, with nightly menu pairings.
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