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Mountains in val D'Isere


With Val d’Isere being one of the higher resorts in France, it holds the snow very well. The slopes are all well maintained and with an average of 525cm of snow a season and supported by great snowmaking facilities, even the lowest slopes will stay pristine all season. The snowmaking in the area really is some of the best you can find in the Alps, and you can rest assured that you will be skiing on good quality snow every day.

The Espace Killy area is always well maintained, with a host of piste bashers tirelessly working to enhance conditions. However, the area does have a lot of ‘Naturides’ which is a run that is deliberately left un-pisted and therefore providing a great challenge for those looking for something a bit different!

The resort tends to stay open for 155days a season. If you are worried about the snow though, then fear not as the Espace Killy region is home to two skiable glaciers, one of which (the Glacier la Grande Motte, Tignes) is open for most of the year to skiers and snowboarders alike. Not only is it open for most of the year, it also provides some great skiing and absolutely breath-taking views. The Pisaillas glacier is also open for part of the summer between the months of June and July.

For regular snow updates and weather forecasts, check out the following websites:

To find out more about snow conditions in Val d'Isere feel free to contact one of our friendly Ski Experts on 023 8020 6971 or email