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Maps of Chamonix
Download the essential Chamonix maps and plans
Download PDFs of the latest ski maps, town maps and trail maps in Chamonix.
Although commonly referred to as Chamonix, the Chamonix valley is actually made up of several towns and villages, each with their own distinct character. These include places like:
- Le Tour
- Les Tines
- Les Praz
- Les Bossons
- Les Houches
This means that within the valley, there are distinct ski areas, mountain bike trails and hiking routes.
Chamonix resort piste maps
Piste maps for local ski areas
Piste maps for beginner slopes
Piste maps for connecting resorts to Chamonix
The ski lifts are marked on the piste maps using straight black lines. There are four types:
- TK - téléski (drag)
- TS - télésiege (chair)
- TC - télécabine (gondola)
- TPH - téléphérique (cable car)
If you see anything marked 'express', that means a fast, six-person chairlift.
Winter walking / snowshoeing trail maps
Don't ski or snowboard? No problem. Chamonix has plenty of snowshoeing trails where you can experience the clear air and crunch of fresh snow.
Summer hiking and walking maps
Chamonix is a hiking mecca and trails here are very well marked. Even so, it's always a good idea to know where you're heading in the mountains. These are the main Chamonix hiking trail maps.
Resort hiking and walking maps
Local hiking and walking maps
Hiking and walking maps for connecting resorts to Chamonix
Mountain bike trail maps
The main downhill mountain bike trails in Chamonix are in Le Tour and Les Houches. Read our guide on mountain bike trails in Chamonix for our top tips and epic spots to ride in the valley.
For the best take-off and landing spots in Chamonix, see our guide on paragliding in Chamonix.
You may also find the Chamonix Valley paragliding take-off & landing areas guide useful.