From www.chamonix.net: The Chamonix Bus, Le Mulet and the SNCF Train are all wheelchair accessible.
The Chamonix Ski Lifts and Sightseeing Places
Not all lifts are wheelchair accessible.
- The Aiguille du Midi: you can go all the way up and go up the elevator and go to most viewing platforms. You will not be able to go on the Helbronner Panoramic lift.
- The Montenvers: you can go on the train and out on the viewing area. You will not be able to take the gondola down to the ice cave.
- Fl√©g√®re is not wheelchair accessible.
- The Grands Montets is not wheelchair accessible.
Adaptive Skiing in Chamonix - Skiing with Disabilities in Chamonix
The four major ski areas / resorts (Les Houches, Les Grands Montets, Brvent / Flgere, Le Tour / Balme) of the Chamonix valley are not connected. Public transport or a car is required to travel between the ski areas. All ski stations have stairs but no lifts or ramps to access the cable cars. The nursery slopes have easy access. Chamonix has several ski schools offering courses in skiing for people with various disabilities. The staff are fully trained (Ecole de Ski Francais) and speak good English. They have uniski, dualski and sit ski.