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Val d'Isère

  • The centre of a winter village with people walking a flattened pathway lit up at night
ALL ABILITIES - APRÉS-SKI - LATE SEASON SKIING

Renowned for its great chalet options, lively nightlife and legendary skiing, Val d’Isère’s partly-pedestrianised centre exudes the alpine authenticity of a vibrant mountain town.

ALL ABILITIES - APRÉS-SKI - LATE SEASON SKIING

Renowned for its great chalet options, lively nightlife and legendary skiing, Val d’Isère’s partly-pedestrianised centre exudes the alpine authenticity of a vibrant mountain town.

While impressive snow records ensure a long season through to late April, it’s time away from the slopes that upholds the resort’s dynamic reputation. Spirited après-ski at mountain top La Folie Douce is a lively precursor to the energetic nightlife back down in the village. While – following a multi-million Euro renovation project – designer shops and Michelin-starred restaurants further enhance this ever-popular resort.

Then there are the winter activities, bold and exciting in their style, including BMW ice driving, ice skating, dog sledding, ice climbing, paragliding, tobogganing, cross country skiing, heli-skiing and snowmobiling.

Snowy mountains
A woman wearing a yellow jacket and black helmet simling towards the camera
A skier lifting up their skis and a ski lift passes in the background
Snowy mountains
A woman wearing a yellow jacket and black helmet simling towards the camera
A skier lifting up their skis and a ski lift passes in the background

Powder skiing on a sunny day.
The skiing

The slopes and glaciers of Val d’Isère encompass over 300km of prime ski terrain with an enviable snow record, so there’s no wonder its full of dedicated clientele who return year after year. While regarded as one of the best resorts for off-piste skiing, glorious high altitude slopes abound for all abilities. The wide crystal boulevards, moguls and challenging couloirs are perfect for experts and intermediates while first timers can quickly progress from the village nursery slopes to the dedicated beginner area at the top of the Solaise gondola. The skiing links over to Tignes, one of the highest and most snow-sure resorts in the Alps offering glacier skiing above 3000m, pristine powder fields, on-piste cruising for all levels and several snow parks.

Ski resort essentials
  • 146
    KILOMETRES - VAL D’ISÈRE
  • 300
    KILOMETRES - TIGNES - VAL D’ISÈRE
Val d’Isere SKI AREA
  • 1850
    METRES
ALTITUDE OF RESORTS
  • 3450
    METRES
HIGHEST SKI POINT
  • 16%
    GREEN
  • 42%
    BLUE
  • 27%
    RED
  • 15%
    BLACK
RUNS
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