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Resort Lowdown

The stunning town of Val D’Isere is nestled high in the the Savoie region of the French Alps. Sitting at an altitude 1800 meters it enjoys a long winter season with one of the highest average snowfall rates in the European mountains. In years of lower snowfall, the largest snowmaking facility in Europe comes to life guaranteeing Skiers and boarders full cover which is topped up during the whole season.

The town and its expansive ski area of L’Espace Killy have been a favourite for British holidaymakers for well over 30 years due to its huge variety of slopes and buzzing town centre, constant improvements to the area including a 180 million regeneration project allow tourists to return over and over, always experiencing something new.

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The SKI Area

Originally known for its challenging slopes best suited for Intermediate to advance levels recently developments have allowed beginners to enjoy the fantastic snow conditions that the resort enjoys all winter and spring, too.  

Skiers and Boarders can enjoy a wide variety of terrain from steep exposed black slopes and “freeride areas” to sheltered tree runs snaking through the pine trees of the lower slopes.

The Ski area ranges from altitudes of 1600m all the way up to 3450 meters and has 2 glaciers, with 300 km of skiable piste visitors will find it very hard to fully explore the area in 1 week.

When Does Val D'isere Open?

Late September to May.

When To Go To Val D'isere?

At an altitude of 1800m Val D’Isere enjoys fantastic ski conditions all season, Off Peak Week recommends the first 2 weeks of January for fresh snow, no ques and a chilled atmosphere. Those looking to work on their goggle tan will love March and April when the sun baked slopes offer great conditions and longer nights.

Must Do Runs at Val D'isere

The Face” played host to the Olympic Downhill Ski race in 1992 and is well renowned for its steep and technical nature, get there first lifts to enjoy corduroy pistes and no crowd. 


  • Terrain Parks
  • Snow Cats
  • Glacier
  • Snow Shoeing
  • Husky Sledding
  • Sledging
  • Cross Country Skiing
  • Ice Skating
  • Heli Skiing
  • Ice Climbing
  • Paragliding
  • Ski In Ski Out

The Pass Prices

The Full Area


Local Areas from...

€314

Week Pass

€59

Day Pass

€52

Day Pass

24

Black Pistes

39

Red Pistes

68

Blue Pistes

22

Green Pistes

The Area Map


The Town

The picturesque town of Val D’Isere caters for all nationalities, tastes and budgets. High end boutiques and wine bars share the town with authentic restaurants and lively public houses, often entertaining visitors with live music and fantastic atmosphere. As one of the larger town of the French Alps Val D’Isere provides a great selection of amenities for those who choose not to hit the slopes and has a great variety of Snowsports, clothing, local produce and gift shops.

The Town of Val D’Isere has a main town centre and a series of small “satellite” villages, many with lifts access to the greater Snowsports area. A free shuttle bus connects all villages and comes at regular intervals.  

Regularly voted the best Apres ski resort, Val D’Isere is renown for its party scene as much as it is for the snow sports. Finish your day early and visit the famous Folie Douce to experience table dancing, flying champagne and live music! Other events such as World Cup ski racing, film festivals and freestyle competitions frequent the area during the Winter season.

What happens in Val D’Isere

Regularly voted the best Apres ski resort, Val D’Isere is renown for its party scene as much as it is for the snow sports. Finish your day early and visit the famous Folie Douce to experience table dancing, flying champagne and live music! Other events such as World Cup ski racing, film festivals and freestyle competitions frequent the area during the Winter season.

Facilities

Val D’Isere is World famous for its wide variety of boutiques, restaurants, bars and clubs but those seeking more will find a great range of amenities.

The Aquasportif centre in the town centre has a great range of activities for fitness and relaxation such as an indoor climbing wall, 2 swimming pools, weights and cardio rooms  a Spa and even a golf simulator! Access to the center is included in a weeks lift pass. Visitors can also enjoy the public yoga classes and wellness centre.

  • Swimming Pool
  • Spa
  • Cinema
  • Shopping
  • Party Resort
  • Budget Resort
  • Luxury Resort
  • Good For Beginners
  • Good For Intermediates
  • Good For Off Piste