|2768 Chamrousse in summertime|
Chamrousse is a ski resort in southeastern France, in the Belledonne Mountain Range near Grenoble in the Isère department. It is located in a commune of the same name and is situated on the Recoin at 1,650m and the Roche Béranger at 1,750m. Actually, it is made up of two small towns: Chamrousse 1650 (Nook) and Chamrousse 1750-1700 (Roche Beranger - Arselle Ski Area) which are interconnected by ski slopes. The resort is cleverly built within the forest and has exceptional panoramic views overlooking Grenoble on the valley floor...
|2769 Chamrousse in wintertime|
The ski-lifts reach the Cross of Chamrousse at 2,253m. There are more than 90km of downhill runs at Chamrousse and 24 ski lifts. There are also 37km of trails for cross-country skiing. Cross-country skiing can be practised from the opening of the resort to early or mid-April. Skiers here can discover or rediscover the Olympic slopes and the technical Casserousse Couloir which provides over 850 metres of vertical ski descent. But Chamrousse is not only for skiers, there are many outdoor activities on offer for example; Paragliding, Snowshoeing, Snow mobiling and Ice driving.
About the stamps
On the postcard 2768
About the first stamp, issued by France for Europa stamps 1965, I wrote here.
On the postcard 2769
The first stamp is part of the series European capitals - Nicosia, designed by Louis Arching and issued on June 26, 2006. All four stamps are the same face value (0.53 EUR)
• Church Chrysaliniotissa - It's on the postcard 2769
• Archaeological Museum
• Famagusta gate
The second stamp is part of the series European capitals - Berlin, about which I wrote here.
Chamrousse - Wikipedia
Sender 2768: Mickey
Sent from Grenoble (Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes / France), on ??.??.2016
Sender 2769: Jean-Yves Gerlat
Sent from Chamrousse (Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes / France), on 09.09.2016