The resort has several bars and restaurants including Le Turia, Le Genepi and Le Plein Soleil, all offering a wide selection of meals.
The on-piste restaurant, L'Ancolie, at the bottom of the Les Lauzes blue run, has a superb back terrace with a breathtaking view across the valley towards Les Arcs and is well worth a lunchtime visit.
The après ski is reasonably quiet in La Rosiere, but Le P'tit Relais and Le Petit Danois are busy as the lifts close. Clay's is a piano-bar that offers more refined après ski and Le Pub provides the late-night action for those who wish it.
You can go dog sledging, snow biking, snowshoeing, paragliding or even take a helicopter ride. La Rosiere also boasts a fitness centre, which offers a sauna, hammam and Jacuzzi, or alternatively there is always the cinema.
Kick off your skis at L'Ancolie and enjoy a beer whilst taking in some stunning views.
Take the lift up to Col de La Traversette and you can get over the ridge and to the lifts, which will link you to Italy at Belvedere.
Last Updated: Jan 2010