Val D’Isere

Val D’Isere

About the Val D'Isere

In this more about Val d’Isere, and as one of the world’s top ski resorts, we’re going to show their piste map offers some of the most exciting and extensive terrain available.  Found up in France’s Upper Tarentaise Valley, it’s got loads going for it, both on and off the slopes. Getting

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Val d’Isere has built its superb reputation on its excellent pistes.  In fact, some of the world’s greatest skiers have both learned to ski, and competed here.  In fact, the 1992 Olympics and  

the World Alpine Ski Championships have been held here, plus every December the World Cup is here too. Read More

When it comes to ski accommodation in Val d’Isere, you’ve got a lot of choices available to you.  Most of the places to stay are apartments and these cater for all budgets, some even with swimming pools.  Read More

Thanks to its high snowsure altitude of 1850m, the Val d’Isere weather is a good choice when comparing it with other locations.  Read More

Val d’Isere is a pretty Alpine town and its world-class slopes truly benefit from its high altitude.  The ski terrain is extensive, thanks to its shared area with Tignes.  No matter what standard you are, there’s definitely something for you.   Read More

When you think of Val d’Isere, you’ll probably think of the world-class events such as the Olympics that the resort is renowned for.  And for skiers, it has so much going for it.  You’ve also got some brilliant fun guaranteed at the Oakley Valpark.  Here you’ll find something for everyone, with an airbag, jumps, kickers and a quarter pipe.  Read More

The Val d’Isere resort is pretty big, with so many facilities and things to do both on and off the slopes.  Read More

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Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced
Snowboarding
Apres-ski
Non-ski
Resort Charm
Shopping
Eating

Ratings

Highlights

+High Resort and very snow sure.

+It is a very picturesque, attractive resort, especially for one so high.

+Great lift system and bus network across the resort.

+Fantastic Apres-ski

Things to think about

-All runs down to the village are tricky.

-A huge British tourist spot, making it seem more British than French at times.

-One of the more expensive resorts in france, especially for food and drink.

-Lots of difficult blue and green runs, not great for first time skiers.

Ski Passes

Adult

€ 50

€ 88

€ 132

€ 176

€ 220

€ 252

ski passes

Child

€ 40

€ 71

€ 106

€ 141

€ 176

€ 202

What's Included

All 2 to 15-day passes offer one free entrance to the swimming pool of the Aqua Leisure Centre (available during your skipass validity).
Ski pass includes skiing in Val d’isere and Tignes.
Child pass 5-13 Years.

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Ski Area
152km

Beginners

Intermediate

Advanced

Expert

15 runs
33 runs
22 runs
10 runs
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Summit

Resort

Bottom

3456m
1850m
1550m
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42

Lifts

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1

Snow

Park

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€252

Ski Pass

6 Days

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28 November ’20
2 May ’21
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Indoor Pool
Supermarket
Nightclub
Bowling

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Tolls

€73.90
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998km 9hr 34min

Travel from Calais

Chambery 2hr 4min 144km

Nearest Airport

Flights

Accommodation

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