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Val d`Isere - Tignes

Val d'Isere and Tignes combine to create L'Espace Killy, a vast ski area offering over 300km of runs. Val d'Isere combines historic village charm with fantastic aprés ski, whilst Tignes, with a base elevation of 2100m, offers snow sure skiing.

A Travelplan consultant can assist you package your accommodation with flights, lifts & transfers for even greater savings on your holiday to Val d`Isere - Tignes France.

Val d`Isere is a lively and welcoming winter sports playground surrounded by the natural beauty of glorious mountain peaks.

L'Espace Killy is seen by many as France's "Skiing Mecca".  Here you will ski exceptional terrain and enjoy the some of the world's best apres-ski.

  • Vast ski area - with plenty of off-piste,including the S.P.O.T area in Tignes promoting awareness and safety when skiing off piste
  • Awesome snow parks and pipes
  • Plenty of steep terain - tackle the Olympic downhill run 
  • Over 70 restaurants & 20 bars
  • High altitude at Tignes and the Grande Motte glacier mean great snow conditions all season
  • 97 lifts & 140 marked trails
  • Demanding cross-country trails
  • World class ski school facilities

Val d`Isere seems naturally tailor-made for skiing and snow sports, it is a premier Olympic resort with a vast array of terrain for all winter sports enthusiasts.

Mountain Statistics

SeasonDecember to April
Snowfall average600cm
Summit Elevation3,656m
Base Elevation1,550m
Vertical Rise2,197m
Terrain Area300km
Longest Run5.5km
Lift Capacity78,000 riders/hour


Getting there

Closest International Airport

Geneva - 230km|Lyon 230km

Transfer Time

3 hours

Closest Regional Airport

Chambery - 140km

Transfer from Chambery

2 1/4 hours

Peak Snow Season

December to April

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Alpina Lodge, Val d Isere

Alpina Lodge
Very well located in the centre of town these moderate full service apartments come fully equipped with all of your creature comforts.

Hotel Kandahar, Val d Isere

Located close to the ski lifts and the town centre, convenient location for shops, restaurants and the night life Val d`isere has to offer. The hotel has an excellent restaurant and bar.

Hotel Christiana, Val d Isere

Superb traditional 4 star hotel close to the lift base, the hotel offers a special ambiance with comfortable fully equipped rooms.

Les Barmes de l'Ours, Val d Isere

Les Balmes de l'Ours
Ideally located at the foot of the legendary Bellevarde run, the hotel has a wonderful view on Val d’Isère village. Les Barmes de l’Ours is a charming den for family, friends and groups.

Hôtel Les Crêtes Blanches, Val d Isere

Hôtel Les Crêtes Blanches
The Hotel Les Cretes Blanches is superbly positioned in the centre of Val d'Isère only minutes walk to the ski slopes, restaurants and shops.

Hotel Ormelune, Val d Isere

Modern hotel with a relaxed atmosphere located in the centre of Val d'Isere's original village, just a short stroll to the ski slopes.

Chalets du Jardin Alpin, Val d Isere

Chalet Du Jardin Alpin
Ski in ski out property located in the Jardin area of Val d'Isere. This property features 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments all with full kitchens. All units have either a balcony or a terrace.

Hotel Le Blizzard, Val d Isere

King Size Bed
Very popular luxury five star hotel in a central location providing guests with easy access to the ski slopes, restaurants, bars and shops.

Eureka Val Residence, Val d Isere

Dining & Living
The Résidence Eureka Val is made up of 18 comfortable apartments, each with a terrace or balcony, in the very centre of Val d'Isère.

French Toast

Written by Leith a Skier from Belmont, Victoria.

My wife and I were lucky enough to ski for one week in early Feb this year at Val D'Isere and we loved it.

The main drag is quiet amazing, truly beautiful and the huge mountains that seem to dwarf the area are spectacular.

Lifts are very good also with a short walk from the village centre. The terrain was impressive, something for everyone. Off piste options are plentiful, take a local ski guide though if you don't want to end up skiing off a cliff!

Prices for lunch and dinner are expensive, take a packed lunch or cook dinner at home if possible. We loved the location of Alpina Lodge but if you want to sleep at night, don't stay on the main street side. The "Underground" niteclub located within the building starts pumping at 10pm until 2am, then the loud party animals stagger out until 3am. After 3 nights of no sleep management kindly upgraded us to a rear facing larger apartment.

Check out the famous "La Folie Douce" for the ultimate afternoon slopeside apres ski experience.

Book with Altibus for bus transfers from Geneva airport.


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So Many Slopes, So Little Time

Written by John a Skier from Melbourne, Australia

Thanks to a late flight, we missed the bus booked for us out of Geneva. A quick phone call to our Hotel reassured us that our way-past-bedtime arrival would still be met with a warm welcome.

We awoke to snow falling prettily on the stone and timber buildings that surrounded our intimate and centrally-located accommodation. Cute town!

It was hard to decide which of the delicious delicacies to scoff at breakfast. We managed by trying as many as possible. Another demanding decision awaited us outside. Where to ski? We picked Bellvarde and the protected tree runs of La Daille, returning at the end of the day via the free shuttle.

Next day was a blue sky wonder. Every lift journey produced gasps of wonder as the vast expanse of Val D’Isere and Tignes was laid out beneath our boots. A web of tracks braiding the slopes between the manicured pistes explained the high fat ski content of each cable car.

An après beer, hot shower and cosy dinner completed the day’s joy. Repeat daily.

In six days there was no hope of skiing even a representative sample.  Note to self: stay longer next time.



Val d'Isere

Written by Ann a Skier from Gold Coast, QLD. Australia

Despite a broken finger incurred while skiing this was an excellent skiing holiday.

Easy access to lifts thanks to the automatic readers of the lift pass.  Plenty of choice of easy and moderate runs once up the mountain.

Our Hotel was not only well situated and comfortable but recently refurbished in stunning style. My husband is keen to go back and that is in itself the biggest recommendation as he normally NEVER likes to revisit past destinations being aslways keen to try something new. 

You could not better this one.


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Season Dates

Opening Day:
30 November, 2013

Closing Day:
4 May, 2014