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Val d’Isère is one the world’s most famous ski resorts, boasting 300km of slopes as part of the Val d’Isère-Tignes area. The resort has an excellent reputation for good snowfall all season, and although well-known for its many challenging slopes, offers something for every ability level.
Meribel is a picturesque resort renowned for its excellent location in the heart of the Three Valleys, the world’s largest ski area. This resort offers something for everyone with its traditional village charm, buzzing après-ski scene and incredible 600km of slopes to explore on its doorstep.
Courchevel is one of the most famous ski resorts in the world, known for its Michelin starred restaurants, luxury shopping and first-class pistes. As part of the Three Valleys, skiers have access to over 600km of slopes to explore with different areas for beginners, families and experts alike. The mix of well groomed pistes, high altitude and snow dusted pine forests make this resort a true winter wonderland.
Situated on a south-facing plateau at 1850m altitude, Alpe d’Huez is known for its sunny exposition, glacier skiing and longest black run in the world. This lively resort has just as much to offer off the slopes with its lively après ski scene.
Tignes is a world-renowned resort made up of five small villages in the heart of the stunning Vanoise National Park. The high altitude (1550m – 3456m) means skiers enjoy great snow fall all season. As part of the Tignes-Val d’Isère ski area, the resort offers 300km of slopes for beginners, intermediates and experts alike.
La Plagne is a family-friendly resort sitting in the centre of the Paradiski ski area, offering over 400km of slopes reaching an altitude of 3250m. This 11 village resort has a large range of beginner and intermediate slopes whilst experts will love the challenging runs and off-piste opportunities beyond the Bellecôte Glacier.