Object name: 1087
Distance to ski area Paradiski ~350m. Chalet Piccola Pietra is a comfortable chalet with private sauna, open fireplace, and free WiFi, built in the traditional style with stone and wood - a real jewel. Four bedrooms, one of them under the roof (access with restricted passing height; about 1,30 m; room height max. 1,90 m). There is an additional shower in the sauna area. The chalet is nicely situated on the hillside, above the traditional mountain village of Peisey. Only ~350 m by foot from the ski lift (ski area of Peisey / Les Arcs / ParadiSki). After a ski day enjoy a stroll round Peisey, where you find picturesque narrow streets with restaurants, Après-Ski-Pubs, grocery, bakery, butcher as well as a sport shop/ski rental (distance ~600 m). This chalet provides you with an exceptional holiday quality: skiing in one of the world's greatest areas and enjoying all the advantages of a charming authentic mountain village.
On the photos, Chalet Piccola Pietra is on the left.
Altitude chalet: 1.350 m, ski area up to 3.250 m, with two glaciers: Aiguille Rouge in the Les Arcs sector and Bellecote in the sector of La Plagne. Peisey-Vallandry is situated right in the heart of the vast ski area of Paradiski, composed by Les Arcs and La Plagne, with 425 km of alpine slopes and 140 ski lifts. So it's the best place to discover this major ski spot of the Alps. Freeride skiing back to the chalet is possible in case of good snow conditions (no marked or prepared ski run; use at own risk). You find great freeride descents at the Grand Col, around Arc 2000 and at the legendary Bellecote Noth face (with ski guide; no marked or prepared runs; use at own risk), but also easy and long family rides around Peisey and specially equiped sectors for children.
The nordic ski center of the valley is located at Nancroix; you get there by the free shuttle bus.
There are a wide range of sports activities to experience during the summer in Peisey Vallandry including cycling, mountain biking, climbing, swimming, tennis, golf as well as horse riding or fishing. Cycle sports at its best on the mountain routes of Col d'Iseran, Petet St. Bernard and Cormet de Roseland. Adventurers will enjoy white water rafting or paragliding. Not only children’s hearts will be filled with joy driving a dog-drawn husky kart or climbing the aerial adventure course in the forest. Highlight of your vacation will be the Vanoise National Park with nearly 500 km marked hiking trails. Different walks with alpine flora and fauna are offered. For those interested in cultural activities, several baroque chapels and churches as well as museums around Peisey could be visited.