On the French side, La Rosière is one of very few resorts that faces due south, meaning it enjoys record amounts of sunshine every year.
For further information, please see the Espace San Bernardo page.
For your safety, La Rosière Ski Area and more particularly the Rescue Service is equipped with the RECCO avalanche rescue system
La Rosière ski area is happy to welcome you on its playground this winter! To ensure that everything goes smoothly during your ski trip, it is important that we all respect the rules of good conduct for skiers.
These rules are important to protect yourself and others from any type of accident. Remember to respect these rules on the slopes so that your stay goes as smoothly as possible!
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Discover the bilateral marking of the slopes on the ski area, in order to anticipate your outings on the slopes.
Piste border markers match the colour of the slope. The right edge is marked with the colours of the slope with an orange device. This allows you to find your way around in foggy weather. Outside these signs, you are off-piste.
Road Signs are along the slope with its name, its colour and the position number (it's decreasing when you go down). Please mention this number when reporting an accident (in France only).
Alert the rescue services and geolocate yourself easily via the ESPACE SAN BERNARDO mobile app. Press on "Resort" and then on "Assistance" to reach the rescue services and give directly the GPS coordinates that are displayed on the screen. The app allows you to have a precise location of your position.
Emergency assistance and rescue is not free, so please ensure you are covered by an appropriate winter sports insurance policy.