Val d'Isère

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10 Dec 16 to 16 Apr 17




Val d'Isère ski resort

The location

Tucked in by the French-Italian border, Val d’Isère is one of Europe’s most renowned, elite winter sports resorts. This Tarentaise Valley setting is superb for stretching cinematic scenes – plus it isn’t far from the airports. It’s just over 220km from Geneva and Lyon, and Turin’s only 150km away.

Suitable for

Apres Ski

Skill level


The resort

Enter the epic powder fields of acclaimed Val d’Isère for some of the best skiing and snowboarding in the region. There are endless slopes with mountain views, so you’ll be properly catered for whatever your skill level. Among world-class runs, traditional timber chalets and a luxury nightlife scene, you’ll really feel at the epicentre of something special.

Winning gold

Starting out? Get going on the green runs and quickly progress to the reds, blues and daring blacks. Val d’Isère gets a gold medal for amazing slopes – some were even set up especially for the Olympics and World Cup! The Bellevarde Face is a wild black run designed for the 1992 games. The Espace Killy area is huge, too, offering even more acres to avid skiers.

It’s showtime

If you’re a keen snowboarder, get your kicks in the Oakley ValPark. There are half-pipes and quarter-pipes, with huge moguls and tricky couloirs. Big air is totally guaranteed here – it’s a nerve-shredding playground for freestylers!

More in the moonlight

You won’t go without entertainment off the slopes either. If your stomachs rumble mid-ski, grab a quick lunchtime bite in the North-American food joint up by the new gondola. But the chic vibe of Val d’Isère really snaps into action as the sun goes down. Among the restaurants, there are French bistros and traditional pizzerias, as well as pubs and clubs keeping the night young. Check out the concerts at the church and awesome winter festivals.

The highlights

  • There are so many runs to choose from, tailored for every level of ability.
  • Luxurious resort with a very exclusive feel.
  • Olympic and World Cup-standard slopes for skiers and snowboarders.

154 runs

The facts

  • Country

  • Language

    French, Italian
  • Number of lifts

  • Terrain parks

  • Highest piste

  • Total piste

  • Connects to

    Geneva Grenoble Lyon Turin