Val d’Isere Ski Holidays: The Total European Getaway

Ski in the AlpsLocated in Espace Killy in the French Alps, Val d’Isere was a once secluded village harbouring one of the best ski mountains in the world. As word got around heralding its adventure-filled slopes, it has become a premium ski holiday travel destination in Europe, open during both summer and winter.

Holiday Arrangements

Various travel agents offer all-inclusive ski holidays in Val d’Isere for solo, group or family travellers. These include air or land-based travel, accommodations (catered ski chalets, ski hotels and self-catered apartments), resort shuttle bus service, day and night passes for activities and tours of the charming Val d’Isere village. Partnerships with ski schools, independent instructors and gear rentals make ski learning convenient. Choose a travel agent that can help and support you before and after your holidays, such as ABTA members like Ski Line Limited who advocate for healthy, safe travels and responsible tourism.

Perfect Getaway for Everyone

Val d’Isere ski resort offers more than 300 kilometres of piste runs and unlimited off-piste skiing tracks with varying degrees of difficulty catering to beginners, intermediate skills, and professionals. The resort’s general ski areas offer ski lifts, ice skating rinks, and recreational fun zones such as sleighing, snowmobiling, ski hiking, and trekking where guests of every age and strength can spend mini-adventures.

Guests who have their eyes on higher grounds can choose to ski among the resort’s several areas. There’s the Le Solais, the central area offering steeper runs above sunnier slopes perfect for intermediate skills.  The Le Fornet is the more secluded spot and touted as the best off-piste skiing site in Espace Killy, ideal for the more experienced lot. The Bellevarde offers multi-directional ski slopes with spectacular views of the Northern Alps for the intrepid yet sensitive soul.

Don’t Miss:

1) The Col de L’lseran along Iseran Mountain Pass, surrounded by glaciers and is considered the highest paved road in Europe and has been used in Tour de France several times since 1947.

2) The Route des Grandes Alpes mountain roads rounding up the French Alps, between Lake Geneva and the Mediterranean shores, with 16 passes that are among the highest in the Alps.

Closing

Everything in Val d’Isere is more beautiful from above, as seen from any of the 96 lifts that carry skiers between Val d’Isere to Tignes, the other ski resort in Espace Killy. The Alps wait for you for your next adventure.