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Val d'Isère Ski Resort: take the height

Located in the heart of the French Alps, Val d'Isère is a world-renowned ski resort that attracts mountain lovers and winter sports enthusiasts. Nestled in Savoie, it immerses you in a typically Savoyard universe with a unique warm atmosphere. 

Authentic village of altitude

From La Daille to Fornet, Val d'Isère has managed over the years to keep all its authenticity while developing its openness and its requirement.  Traditional wooden chalets with sloping roofs, decorated with flowered balconies and wooden shutters, create an alpine atmosphere of the most picturesque. The village offers a real immersion in the Savoyard heritage, with its traditional restaurants serving delicious alpine cuisine. 

The ski area Tignes-Val d'Isère

Linking two internationally renowned ski resorts, the Tignes-Val d'Isère ski area welcomes all winter sports lovers from December to May. Formerly called Espace Killy, the Tignes-Val d'Isère ski area is one of the most emblematic winter sports destinations in the Alps with more than 300 kilometres of slopes.

In addition, the modern and efficient lift facilities allow skiers to reach the peaks quickly, reducing waiting times. In addition, the ski area is well maintained and secure, with a network of professional mountain rescuers and patrollers.

From 1500 to 3540 meters above sea level, the area promises hours of skiing! From the blue slopes to the most committed slopes, every skier will find his happiness. For the more athletic, head to Bellevarde Face, the iconic track that hosted the 1992 Albertville Olympic Games.

Mythical off-piste

For all fans of freeride and virgin slopes, mythical off-piste waiting to be raced in Val d'Isère. In skiing, ski touring or snowboarding, these powder fields plunge you into the heart of the immensity of the mountain. Here are the mythical off-piste spots: 

  • Grands Vallons: located in the Fornet sector, Les Grands Vallons is a 1000 m altitude difference. Facing north, it ensures guaranteed snow throughout the season;
  • Cugnaï: escape to the heart of a wild valley with a breathtaking view of Mont Charvet;
  • Col Pers: for the most committed skiers in search of thrills, the spot of the Col Pers is from Pisaillas. Passing through the Parc de la Vanoise, it is a unique off-piste that requires excellent knowledge of the terrain;
  • Tour du Charvet: ideal to start off-piste skiing, it is a route to go down throughout the season;
  • Couloir de La Table: reserved for expert skiers, the Couloir de La Table offers a bird’s eye view of the valley. Steep and steep, it is a demanding route that begins at the top of the rock of Bellevarde.

Before you go off-piste, think about your safety equipment and inform yourself of the weather and avalanche risks. 

Unusual activities

During your stay in Val d'Isère, let yourself be tempted by unusual activities to live unique moments. 
Equip yourself with crampons and ice axes and set off to conquer the ice waterfall of La Daille! Try an extraordinary experience and become one with the ice. For a moment out of time, let yourself be rocked by the Ice Floating. Thanks to a dry suit, float on the frozen lake of Ouillette and contemplate the snowy peaks for an exceptional sensory experience. Thrill seekers? discover the Moonbike, a 100% electric vehicle that will take you to discover the surrounding nature. 

Events not to be missed

Throughout the season, the resort of Val d'Isère is animated by a selection of sporting and cultural events. 

First Traces - 2 and 3 December 2023

For the opening weekend of Val d'Isère, be the first to hit the slopes! Come test the new skis and snowboards with the presence of the biggest brands on the snow front.

Critérium de la Première Neige - December 9 and 10, 2023

During two weekends, find the best skiers during the Alpine Ski World Cup. An unmissable international event since 1955, it is a unique event that brings together all ski lovers. Come cheer on your favorite athlete!


Enjoy unique classical music concerts at the foot of snowy peaks. 

Adventure & Discovery International Film Festival - April 2024

Hosted by the great French writer and traveler Sylvain Tesson, the 27th edition of the Festival International du Film Aventure & Découverte de Val d'Isère. For 4 days, this festival brings together adventurers, explorers, athletes and filmmakers around a common passion. 

Your ski rental in Val d'Isère with Precision Ski

With online ski rental with Precision Ski, enjoy a practical and enjoyable ski experience. First of all, you book your equipment from home by informing your dates of stay. Then in a few clicks, you select the equipment that best suits your profile and your expectations. We offer a wide range of equipment, from skis and snowboards to boots and helmets. You can choose the equipment that best suits your needs and skill level, with detailed descriptions and customization options. Thanks to online booking, you can enjoy attractive offers for the whole family. If you have a question, our customer service is here to help and guide you in choosing the most suitable ski pack. 

Time savings, savings, wide selection of equipment, quality equipment, so many reasons to rent your equipment on Precision Ski!

What to do in Val d'Isère?

Val d'Isère is not limited to skiing. Visitors can enjoy a variety of winter and summer activities. In winter, the area offers activities such as snowboarding, ice skating, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, paragliding and much more.

In summer, the mountain becomes a paradise for hikers, mountain bikers and nature lovers. The mountain trails offer exceptional panoramic views, and the alpine lakes offer the possibility of fishing and water sports.

How to get to Val d'Isère resort?

To reach the resort of Val d'Isère, several options are available. If you travel by car, access by road is possible via Albertville then Bourg-Saint-Maurice. Don’t forget to check the road conditions before your trip (think about your chains). Bourg-Saint-Maurice Train Station is regularly served in winter with direct connections from major cities. Then shuttles ensure the transfer to the station. Finally, if you travel by plane, buses take you to Val d'Isère from Lyon-Saint-Exupéry, Geneva and Chambéry-Savoie Mont Blanc.