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Val d'Isere

Thinking of skiing in Val d'Isere? Once a small hunting village, Val d'Isere became one of the most famous ski resorts in the world when it reinvented itself in 1992.

Why Val d'Isère Ski Resort?

  • Pedestrian friendly resort
  • The Val d'Isere and Tignes ski areas combine to make the huge Tignes Val d'Isere (formely Espace Killy) ski area
  • A lively resort with plenty of activities and amenities
  • Pretty original village

Val d'Isere Information

The process of developing Val d'Isère into a world class ski resort, which started in the 1930s, gathered momentum during the 1992 Albertville Winter Olympics, when it almost re-invented itself, with numerous new buildings built attractively of wood and stone.

Val d'Isère and its linked neighbour Tignes, which together form the vast and exciting Tignes Val d'Isere ski area, each sit in two deep valleys. Both are reached from Bourg St Maurice via the Route des Grand Alpes , with an intersection cutting across to Tignes shortly before reaching Val d'Isère. Until 1952, the village of Tignes was to be found just above Brévières but it was "drowned" by a huge artificial lake, the Lac de Chevril, installed to provide hydro-electric power.

So while the main resort village of Tignes today is a much more modern counterpart, “Val”, complete with its ancient 16th century, dates back to the 13th century. Historic remnants of the old village are still to be seen amongst the chalet-style buildings in the resort. Today, this pedestrian-friendly resort, is made up of several hamlets all connected by an efficient free bus service. So once you’re here, you won’t really need a car.

Ski Collection offers a range of Val d'Isere accommodation options. All of our self-catered apartments have been hand-picked and are of a high standard (3 & 4*), providing an ideal base for a Val d'Isere ski holiday.

The Val d'Isere tourist office staff will be happy to help you with any information or advice that you may need during your stay.

Office du Tourisme,
Jacques Mouflier Square,
BP 228
73155, Val d'Isère Cedex.
Tel: + 33 (0)4 79 06 06 60 
E-mail: info@valdisere.com

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Val d'Isere ski facts:

  • Ski area: Tignes Val d'Isere
  • Resort height: 1850m
  • Resort top height: 3456m
  • Tignes Val d'Isere Tignes, Val d'Isere
  • Km piste: 300
  • Lifts: 79
  • Snow cannons: 669
  • Snow parks: 1
  • No. of slopes: 189
  • Green slopes: 25
  • Blue slopes: 79
  • Red slopes: 50
  • Black slopes: 35
    • Beginners 2 stars
    • Intermediates 3 stars
    • Experts 4 stars
    • Boarders 4 stars
  • Driving distance from Calais: 600 miles (approx. 9h30)

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