Overview

On the Mountain

Off the Mountain

Travel

Val d'Isere is one of the most popular ski destinations in Europe. Part of the world famous "Espace Killy" shared with Tignes it has over 300km's of pistes to suit all abilities.

The picturesque village is made up of of charming stone and wooden-clad chalets, high-end hotels and a great selection of bars, restaurants and shops. Equally famous for its lively après-ski you are guaranteed to have as much fun off the mountain as on it!

At 1850 Val D'isere is a high-altitude snow sure resort offering a long ski season from late November into the first week of May.

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Val D’Isere caters for all levels and abilities, from easy nursery slopes, to long cruisey motorway green, blue and red runs, challenging blacks, mogul fields and extensive off piste.

With over 300 km of piste you can ski different runs every day and explore this entire giant area. The Espace Killy also hosts 2 snow parks for those wanting to get some ‘big air’!

Val D’isere is as well known for its apres-ski as it is for its slopes. You can enjoy dancing on tables in your ski boots at the world famous Follie Douce or Cocorrico's, eating at one of 2 Michelin star restaurants and everything in between with a choice of over 60 restaurants. With such a wide variety of restaurants there is plenty of choice ranging from traditional Savoyarde cuisine and high end eateries to pubs and snack bars for quick inexpensive meals.

The resorts many bars and clubs are renowned for their lively ambience and ability to keep the crowd going until the early hours.

Off the slopes guests can also enjoy the outdoor ice rink, aquasportif centre with swimming pools, spas and a climbing wall, husky sledding, paragliding, ski-dooing and moon-biking.

Approximate journey times:

Geneva - 2 Hours and 45 Minutes
Lyon - 3 Hours
Grenoble - 3 Hours and 15 Minutes
Chambery - 2 Hours

Bourg Saint Maurice Train Station - 45 Minutes