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Val d'Isère

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Resort 9.3
Ski area 9.7
Information about the ski area
Tignes - Val d'Isère
Highest point: 3,456 m
Lowest point: 1,550 m
Altitude ski resort: 1,850 m
Lifts in total: 86
Tow lifts: 34
Chair lifts: 41
Gondola lift: 11
Pistes in total: 300 km
170 km
78 km
52 km
Ski routes: 20 km
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Tignes - Val d'Isère

Ski holidays Val d'Isère – ski on world-famous racing pistes!

Val d'Isère

Ever since the alpine competitions of Olympic games in 1992, Val d'Isère, along with its neighbour Tignes, belongs to the top French winter sport resorts. The village features a historic centre dating back to the 16th century, and has kept its Savoyard charm right up until today. The newer buildings have also been built using natural materials such as wood and stone. The village has been a skiing village since 1934, when a few ski pioneers started a ski school and built a ski lift. Since then the resort has developed further. For 50 years now, the charming and welcoming winter sports resort introduces the annual winter season with first-class alpine racers speeding down the hills. The village centre has very little car traffic and a great infrastructure with many cafés, restaurants, shops and hotels, which offer the ideal atmosphere for a winter holiday.

Espace Killy

Welcome to "Espace Killy", where world champions exercise and everything revolves around one thing 9 1/2 months of the year: skiing! The alpine disciplines in the 1968 and 1992 Winter Olympics took place in the gigantic ski area with more than 300 kilometres of piste and 86 lifts. And in 2009 the region was host to the ski world championship! This 5-star ski area sprawls over three mountains and two valleys, which will make every skier’s heart race. Numerous varied runs, glacier pistes and forest descents can be found here, as well as world-famous racing pistes and mogul slopes, but also beginner pistes which are party accessible via free lifts. The high altitude (1,550 – 3,456 m) and one of the most attractive glaciers in the Alps guarantee high levels of snow.

Travel Info Val d'Isère

  • By train: Bourg-St.-Maurice (approx. 30 km)
  • By plane: Chambéry (approx. 145 km, Grenoble (approx. 220 km), Lyon (approx. 220 km)), Geneva (approx. 225 km)

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