Skiing in France
British skiers and snowboarders love France and we can see why. France is home to some of the largest ski areas in the world. The 3 Vallees, Espace Killy and Paradiski offer extensively diverse skiing opportunities. Also boasting not only the biggest piste networks in the world, but also amazing Apres ski at high altitudes throughout the snow-sure resorts that complete the French Alps. It also helps that not only are majority of French Alps ski resorts are easily accessible by car, train or plane, but France is also only a few short hours away from the UK!
The Espace Killy ski resort is located in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, in the Southeastern region of France. Lying 3 miles from the border of Italy, the resort also borders the Vanoise National Park, helping to add to the beauty of the destination! Val d’isere and Tignes combine to make up the Espace killy Ski Resort, which contains around 300 km of marked pistes,perfect for advanced and intimidate skiers. Val D’isere is a very popular ski destination for anyone! Especially those who love spectacularly scenic views from the slopes!
The 3 Valleys Ski Resort
With 180 lifts, 600 km of skiing on 330 marked pistes, The 3 Valleys is the northern French Alps is the world’s largest connected ski area.With Méribel, Courchevel and Val Thorens being the resorts that come together to make up the 3 Valleys. Les 3 Vallées has a good mix of beginner through to advanced level skiing! Making it the perfect resort for everyone! If you’re looking for a lively atmosphere both on and off the slopes, you’ll find it in the Three Valleys. Looking to unwind after a full day of skiing? The vast array of bars and restaurants shouldn’t disappoint.