10 Best Ski Resorts In France

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There are many things in France that mustn’t be missed — fine food and wine, romantic cities, sexy accents, art and culture, and some superb skiing.

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Best Ski Resorts in France


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This huge and incredibly glamorous ski resort in the in the legendary Tarentaise valley of the French Alps boasts extraordinary skiing and snowboarding across the world’s most expansive interlinked ski area.

Courchevel’s 450 skiable acres benefit from 5 to 6 metres of snowfall each season, and a vertical drop of 1388 metres.

150 km of well groomed runs, tree skiing and more combined with extensive amounts of off piste terrain — all with incredible views — are serviced by 58 state of the art ski lifts.

Runs are well mixed, with 23% beginner, 35% intermediate, 32% advanced, and 10% expert, but is particularly well suited to upper intermediate and advanced skiers who will love the steep north facing red runs and challenging blue runs.

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There are also some great ski areas and ski school for children and beginners. There’s also a large terrain park for snowboarders which features two pipes, rails, and tables for freestyling.

Rub shoulders with the rich and famous in one of Courchevel’s 4 different ski villages. The hub of the resort is Courchevel itself, where you will find some of the most luxurious hotels and restaurants in France, stylish bars and clubs, and chic boutiques.

Further down the slopes, Moriond offers a much quieter place to stay with a traditional feel. Courchevel Village has inexpensive accommodations, and charming Courchevel Le Praz has the look and feel of an authentic French mountain village with quaint wooden chalets and narrow streets.

Where to Stay: Alpes Hôtel du Pralong

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The discreet elegance and luxury of the 5 star Alpes Hôtel du Pralong is partnered with spectacular scenery and exclusive facilities.

65 guest rooms feature valley views or balconies and are decorated in warm, neutral tones, with private en suite bathrooms, flat screen TVs, and mini bar.

Suites comprise a private sitting room and either one or two bedrooms. At the hotel bar and restaurant guests can enjoy a gourmet experience either inside or out on the terrace. Breakfast and lunch offers an expansive buffet spread, and evening dinner brings traditional dishes to the table.

The bar has an excellent range of rare wines and spirits, and features live music in the evenings.

Physiotherapists at the the Pralong wellness centre are on hand to soothe away aches and pains, or guests can swim in the heated swimming pool or benefit from the steam bath, Jacuzzi and spa, or beauty centre.

  • Direct access to ski lifts
  • Swimming pool
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Beauty centre
  • Wellness centre

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Right in the centre of Les Trois Vallées of France, Meribel ski resort’s 150 km of runs in over 1000 skiable acres are mostly positioned above the treeline, and the varied terrain is split into 9% green runs, 40% blue runs, 37% red runs, and 15% expert runs serviced by 41 lifts.

Receiving around 5 metres of average snowfall each season and with an impressive vertical drop of 6076 feet, Meribel features gentle tree lined slopes for beginners, long and well groomed intermediate and advanced runs, and some challenging steeps and bump runs.

DC Area 43 is an internationally known terrain park for all experience levels, with boxes, a mini halfpipe, superpipe, kickers and rails.

Skiing and snowboarding aside, there are plenty of other activities at the resort too, including paragliding, snowmobiling, dog sledding and more — as well as the Olympics Centre with swimming pool and indoor ice rink.

There’s a distinctly British feel to the resort’s traditional chalet style alpine villages, and the majority of resort guests are from the UK.

The atmosphere is fun and family friendly, with a lively après ski scene. Many bars are British run, and feature live music, comedy shows, and plenty of booze. Restaurants range from pizza and curry to Michelin starred fine dining.

Where to Stay: Hotel Les Arolles

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The 3 star Hotel Les Arolles has the advantage of direct access to the ski slopes and boast an expansive terrace to enjoy the mountain valley views.

Rooms and suites are comfortably furnished in authentic chalet style and benefit from en suite bathrooms, flat screen TVs, and personal safe. Some feature balconies, and there are also large family rooms available.

A large heated indoor swimming pool, jacuzzi, and sauna make up the hotel spa, and guests also have free use of the fully equipped fitness centre.

The hotel’s two restaurants offer generous and inventive menus of sophisticated cuisines in a warm and welcoming atmosphere, and the lounge bar is the perfect place to enjoy a snack and a drink by the fireplace.

  • Direct access to slopes
  • Swimming pool
  • Jacuzzi and sauna
  • Choice of 2 restaurants
  • Bar
  • Fitness centre
  • Family accommodation

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Chamonix ski resort is famous for its proximity to towering Mont Blanc — the highest mountain in Western Europe.

As well as sensational views of the imposing mountain, the resort has over 300 skiable acres, a vertical drop of 2233 feet, 10 metres average seasonal snowfall, 60 ski lifts, and 85 runs organised into 5% for beginners, 28% intermediate, 35% advanced, and a whopping 31% expert.

As you can tell, Chamonix is not the most ideal resort for beginners, although there are nevertheless some nice long green runs. Advanced and expert skiers on the other hand will get plenty of thrills from the diverse terrain offering super long (and dangerous) runs like the 12 mile long Valley Blanche, and world renowned off-piste skiing and freeriding.

The resort is divided into four separate ski areas spread out along the valley, so getting from one place to another can require a little advance planning. Also, queues can be long at times, so patience is required.

The historic town of Chamonix is always lively, with plenty of elegant Victorian buildings, galleries, shops, cafes, and restaurants.

The surrounding villages offer a quieter but cheaper place to stay. For excellent apres ski and nightlife, Chamonix centre is the place to be. Endless bars and clubs churn out tunes, beers and cocktails until well into the wee hours, and you’re guaranteed a good night out.

There is also an first-class selection of restaurants serving up some of the best dining options in the Alps, from traditional Savoyard cuisine, to everything international including Mexican, Japanese, Indian, Italian, and superb fine dining.

Where to Stay: Hôtel L’Heliopic Sweet and Spa

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Featuring a cosy retro aesthetic combining natural materials and the charm of the Great Age of Mountaineering of the 50s and 60s, 4 star Hôtel L’Heliopic Sweet and Spa has a distinct style all of its own.

Cosy rooms feature high-tech equipment, en suite bathroom with bath and toilet, and some have a balconies with a view over the mountains. Apartments benefit from a living room with a two-person convertible sofa and a fully equipped open-plan kitchen.

Spa by Nuxe is the ideal place to recharge your batteries with perfect peace of mind and spirit and a range of massages, facial, and body treatments.

The hotel restaurant serves quality traditional French cuisine, and offers a heart buffet breakfast to start your day the right way. The bar features live entertainment, concerts, craft cocktails in an incomparable ambiance.

  • Swimming pool
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Spa and wellness centre
  • Mountain views

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Val d’Isère-Tignes

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Espace Killy in the Tarentaise is the third biggest ski area in France, and links the two famous ski resorts of Tignes and Val d’Isère.

Altogether there are 300 km of slopes and 20 km of ski routes serviced by 82 ski lifts, and being at such high altitude, snowfall is always reliable.

Tignes features the Grande Motte glacier which is the starting point for some of the resort’s most spectacular descents, and there is a staggering vertical drop of 6234 feet.

With 8% green runs, 44% blue runs, 27% red runs, and 21% black runs, it’s no wonder Tignes is a big hit with more experienced skiers.

Take a look at the skiing on offer in Tignes:

At Val d’Isère there is something for all skill levels, with a 5269 foot vertical drop, 21% beginner runs, 38% intermediate, 30% advanced, and 11% expert runs.

5 beginner zones have large easy runs, and there’s plenty on offer for families and beginner and intermediate skiers.

The Glacier de Pissaillas features green, blue, and red pistes at a height of 3450 metres, and some of the most difficult runs in France can also be found at the resort, as well as a world class terrain park. Free-riding, off piste skiing, and snowboarding opportunities abound at both resorts.

Although they are connected by slopes and lifts, the villages of the two resorts are distinctly different.

Val d’Isère has grown up around a fine 17th century Baroque church and a handful of ancient chalets, and has abundant authentic charm, as well as boutiques and restaurants for the well heeled. Tignes is much more modern, with a heavier emphasis on serious skiing.

When it comes to après-ski, fashionable Val d’Isère comes out on top with dozens of buzzing bars and clubs to choose from, including the infamous La Folie Douce with DJs and live bands on an open terrace blasting out tunes from mid-afternoon until night.

Where to Stay: Hôtel l’Aigle des Neiges

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Nestling in the centre of the old village of Val d’Isere, this chic 4 star hotel is perfectly situated.

Superior quality rooms are comfortable and spacious, decorated in warm wood and cosy fabrics, and featuring en suite bathrooms, flat screen TV, coffee machine, and safe.

The Pier Paul Jack comprises the hotel’s 2 restaurants and bar, focused around an open fire. Contemporary restaurant Le Pier serves an expansive buffet breakfast and boasts a gourmet Savoyard and international evening menu.

The Le Jack bar has a comfy lounge atmosphere and a range of craft cocktails to enjoy.

The Pure Altitude Spa has a comprehensive menu of care and beauty rituals, and guests can also enjoy the sauna, steam room, swimming pool, tea room and resting room for the ultimate in wellbeing.

  • Swimming pool
  • Spa and wellness centre
  • Choice of 2 restaurants
  • Bar

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Another combination of two fantastic French ski resorts, Morzine-Avoriaz in the Portes du Soleil ski area offers unique skiing and scenery across the French Swiss border with 660 kilometres of slopes served by 197 ski lifts.

The area averages a good 7.5 metres of seasonal snowfall above 1800m. Morzine has a vertical drop of 1466 metres, and its 125 runs are divided into 10% beginner, 36% intermediate, 42% advanced, and 12% expert.

For younger skiers, beginners, and low-intermediate skiers there are some nice wide, tree lined slopes and easier blue runs.

There’s also some very challenging terrain to be found for advanced and expert skiers. Avioraz has a vertical drop of 1260 feet and the terrain is split into 12% green, 49% blue, 27% red, and 12% black runs.

The infamous Swiss Wall is a seriously steep moghul reserved only for the experts, and there are long winding tree runs for advanced skiers, plus plenty of seriously long sweeping blue runs for intermediates.

Morzine is one of the original French ski resorts with a traditional chalet style, whilst Avoriaz is much more modern and contemporary in design.

The two resorts are linked by a number of lifts and a gondola. Morzine has a super lively après scene with lots of bars, many of which serve the local brew – a strong beer called Mutzig.

There’s also a reasonable selection of restaurants both on and off the mountain. Avoriaz tends to be popular with families and is significantly less hedonistic, but there is nonetheless a good choice of bars staying open past midnight and plenty of affordable dining options.

Where to Stay: Hôtel La Chaumière

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For excellent accommodation at an affordable price, you can’t beat the 3 star Hôtel La Chaumière at Morzine.

Built in 1934, this quiet and friendly family run hotel has 24 rooms with either garden, mountain, or resort views just 10 minutes walk from the village centre.

Comfortable chalet style rooms also benefit from en suite bathroom with either bath or shower, flat screen TV, and free Wi-Fi.

The hotel restaurant specialises in regional cuisine, and serves a generous hot and cold buffet breakfast, and there is a cosy piano bar where guests can enjoy an evening tipple. Also on site is a heated indoor swimming pool and private parking.

  • Swimming pool
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Shuttle service

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Val Thorens

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At 2300 metres altitude, Val Thorens in the Three Valleys area is Europe’s highest ski resort.

Surrounded by jutting mountain peaks, the resort setting is spectacular, and also benefits from guaranteed snowfall with a seasonal average of around 6 metres, and a 930 foot vertical drop.

Val Thoren’s 150 km of pistes wind through the 600km of the three valleys. There are 89 runs — most of which are located above 2,000 metres altitude — serviced by 33 ski lifts; 12% green, 43% blue, 35% red, and 10% black.

Gentle slopes with 4 covered magic carpets are ideal for beginners, with an easy progression to easy green runs and calm blue runs. Intermediate and expert skiers have enormous choice, with epic red and blue runs throughout the whole of the Val Thorens ski area.

There are 8 black runs for the most competent skiers, including the legendary steep northern slopes of Cime Caron, and Val Thorens is also one of the best places in the Alps to ski off Piste.

A world class terrain park has been built at the resort, complete with 4 separate courses suited to different abilities.

Val Thorens vibrant après ski largely caters to a young crowd, in part due to the fact that many British university students make the trip here each year.

Le Malaysia nightclub is the biggest nightclub in the Alps, and there are plenty of other venues for an all night party including The Folie Douce on the south slopes, with DJs and shows from the afternoon onwards. If you prefer something a little less rowdy, head to the resort’s up-scale hotels to a chic bar for cocktails or to the 2 Michelin starred restaurant Oxalys for gourmet dining.

In all there are over 40 bars and 60 restaurants at the resort, which also benefits from being semi pedestrianised and boasts plenty of boutiques, fresh grocery stores, spas, and more.

Where to Stay: Hotel Koh-I Nor Val Thorens

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Named after the infamous Koh-I Nor diamond, the 5 star Hotel Koh-I Nor Val Thorens is a dazzling gem itself.

Situated right at the top of the summit at Val Thorens, the hotel features extraordinary mountain views out across the Three Valleys.

Priding itself on providing guests with the perfect blend of luxury, gastronomy and relaxation, the hotel is equipped with 3 restaurants, a panoramic terrace, a lounge bar, a 800m² spa with two swimming pools, and a business centre.

Le Diamant Noir gourmet restaurant features refined decor and inspired winter cuisine combining exceptional produce with a refined selection of aromatic and mountain herbs and spices. The Lounge Bar boasts spectacular 360° panoramic views from its rooftop open air terrace, whilst inside there is live music each evening and a great selection of prestigious alcohols and cocktails.

The hotel spa offers a unique wellness experience, with massages and body treatments, beauty care, fitness centre, sauna, hammam, Jacuzzi, and more.

Rooms and suites at the Koh-I Nor Hotel are all luxury and a haven of peace, with a warm colour palette, elegant furnishings, fine linens and furs, balconies and large windows, marble en suite bathrooms, and satellite TV.

  • Choice of 3 restaurants
  • Bar
  • Panoramic terrace
  • Spa and wellness centre
  • Fitness centre
  • 2 swimming pools
  • On site ski shop

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The sunny ski resort of Alpe-d’Huez may not be the most picturesque, but it does offer fantastic ski opportunities for skiers of all skill levels.

This good, medium sized resort has a 4724 foot vertical drop, reliable snowfall, two snowparks, a boardercross park and a halfpipe.

250 km of slopes are serviced by 84 ski lifts, and the linked pistes are divided into 41 green runs, 34 blue runs, 40 red runs and 16 black runs.

Gentle green pistes and several nursery ski areas are excellent for children and beginners. An abundance of challenging blue and red runs are some of the most enjoyable in the region for intermediate and advanced skiers, and the legendary 16 km long Sarennes ski run and the nail biting Le Tunnel black run will get expert skiers’ blood pumping, in addition to some excellent off piste skiing.

The purpose built ski town at Alpe-d’Huez has an energetic vibe, and whilst it’s not the prettiest ski resort much has been done in recent years to improve the site, both in terms of appearance and amenities.

Additional activities for the adventurous abound here, including dog sledding, ice skating, laser tag, snowshoeing, and paragliding.

There are a plethora of shops in the village, and some excellent restaurants ranging from family (and wallet) friendly fare to gourmet fine dining.

This is a great resort if you like to party, with plenty of fun bars and clubs such as La Folie Douce on the slopes, and Smithy’s Tavern in the centre of town with live bands and DJs, and cheap jugs of beer and cocktails until 4 am.

Where to stay: Alp’azur

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Affordable accommodation can be found at the 3 star chalet style Alp’azur hotel.

Benefiting from a prime central location close to the town swimming pool and ice rink, this cosy hotel has a bar with south facing panoramic terrace, and a homely lounge area where guests can warm up and chill out after a hard day on the slopes.

Rooms are decorated with warm ancient wood and feature roomy, recently renovated en suite bathrooms, satellite TV, telephone, and complimentary Wi-Fi. Twin, double, and family rooms are available.

Guests are invited to enjoy the buffet breakfast in the hotel restaurant, as well as local specialities for lunch and dinner.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Panoramic terrace

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La Clusaz

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Despite the popularity of this resort in the heart of the Haute Savoie, the majority of slopes remain relatively quiet. La Clusaz experiences slightly less snowfall than many other French ski resorts with a seasonal average of 98 inches, but there are 215 artificial snow guns covering 75 hectares to ensure good coverage.

The resort has a vertical drop of 1500 metres, and 18 green runs, 30 blues, 29 reds and 7 black runs make up the 132 km of ski slopes dispersed across 5 different mountains, and all linked by a top class ski lift network with 49 lifts.

The majority of pistes are excellent for intermediate and advanced skiers, with a mixture of forested tree runs, powdery bowls, and challenging steeps.

Nursery slopes and gentle green and blue runs are well suited to beginners, and for the experts there are some formidable steep verticals.

The resort is also becoming increasing popular with freeriders, owing to an extensive dedicated and demanding avalanche protected freeride area, and there is also a renowned snow-park on site.

Dynamic yet laid back, La Clusaz is a bustling alpine village with a festive atmosphere. This popular, quintessentially French resort village has charming wooden chalets, a weekly market, boutique shopping, and a beautiful 19th century church, and can get a little busy at weekends thanks to an influx of nearby French and Swiss who pop over to enjoy both the skiing and the après ski at the end of the working week.

Whether a family, a couple, or a group of friends, there’s something to please at La Clusaz. There are some excellent restaurants to suit all budgets (sampling the traditional local Reblochon cheese is a must), and a good handful of bars, with plenty of choice when it comes to nightlife.

Where to Stay: Hotel Beauregard

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The 4 Star Hotel Beauregard is one of the most beautiful and charming hotels in La Clusaz.

Magnificently situated at the foot of the ski slopes, the hotel is built in the traditional Savoyard chalet style, and boasts 95 elegantly decorated rooms with private balconies, mountain views, en suite bathrooms, and flat screen television.

Double rooms, family rooms, and interconnecting rooms are all available. The hotel bar and lounge features a roaring open fireplace when guests can relax for afternoon tea or with friends for a drink in the evening.

In the hotel restaurant, the chef uses locally sourced produce to create elevated versions of authentic home cooked traditional dishes.

In the mornings an expansive continental buffet breakfast is served. The hotel’s large heated and covered swimming pool, Jacuzzi, sauna and Turkish bath allow guest to recharge their batteries and revitalise tired muscles at the end of the day.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Swimming pool
  • Wellness centre
  • Rooms with balconies

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Les Arcs

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Located in the Tarentaise, this purpose built ski resort is one of the world’s leading ski resorts, and benefits from a decent average seasonal snowfall combined with excellent snowmaking, plus a vertical drop of 6647 feet.

This vast resort has 100 varied pistes covering 200 km in all, divided into 2% beginner, 47% intermediate, 37% advanced, and 15% expert. With nearly 50% of runs being green or blue, Les Arcs is the ideal resort for families and intermediate skiers.

There are plenty of gentle forested slopes to explore, with runs getting progressively more challenging the higher up the mountain you go, culminating in the steepest ungroomed black runs with huge moguls, and some great off piste skiing on the open slopes.

Freestylers will love the large, state of the art Apocalypse Park with a ton of terrain for all skill levels, plus an airbag for a soft landing should you take a fall.

Les Arcs is made up of four modern resorts, each of which benefit from direct slope access; Arc 1600 (popular with families), Arc 1800 (the main base), Arc 1950, and Arc 2000 (popular with the most sporty types).

All 4 bases are mainly pedestrianised and have bars, restaurants, and supermarkets on site, as well as a shuttle service connecting them together.

Arc 1800 also boasts a brand new family oriented entertainment complex complete with aquatic centre, dedicated snow play areas, and toboggan run.

There are lots of places to shop for fashions, ski accessories, jewellery and souvenirs, local produce, and more, and there are also many spas and beauty parlours dotted around the villages.

When it comes to restaurants, bars, and après ski entertainment, Arc 1600 is a little on the quiet side as it tends to cater more to families. Arc 1950 and Arc 2000 offer a little more in the way of bars and restaurants, but the buzzing hub of late night entertainment is at Arc 1800.

This base has the best mixture of bars to suit everyone, whether you’re after a quiet drink to unwind after hitting the slopes (try the French style Ambient bar), a raucous night of cheap cocktails and strippers at Benjy’s, or a cosmopolitan club scene at Igloo Igloo.

Likewise the widest choice of restaurants can be found at Arc 1800, although each of the other bases has some strong contenders, from refined fare and fine wines at La Table de Lys in Arc 1950, to tasty Italian at Arc 1600’s Le Cairn.

Where to Stay: Résidence Pierre & Vacances Premium Arc 1950 Le Village

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Set in a fully pedestrianised area within Arc 1950, the Résidence Pierre & Vacances Premium Arc 1950 Le Village comprises a selection of cosy 5 star chalet style apartments decorated in warm colours and wood for 4 to 10 people.

Close to ski lifts, the apartments feature living room, bathroom, fully equipped kitchens or kitchenettes, and complimentary Wi-Fi.

Guests staying at the apartments can benefit from the use of 4 different heated swimming pools, and for an additional fee can indulge and relax at the The Deep Nature ® spa with hot tub, hammam and sauna, plus relaxation room with tea room, body treatments and facials, and a range of massages.

Hemingway’s restaurant and bar serves up prime sizzling steaks and grills alongside a good selection of wines, beers, and other beverages.

  • Close to slopes, restaurants and bars
  • Self catering accommodation
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • 4 swimming pools
  • Spa and wellness centre
  • Fitness centre

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La Plagne

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In the French Alps Paradiski area lies La Plagne ski resort, with 225 km of marked runs, a vertical drop of 2000 feet, and plenty of snowfall (plus snowmaking) throughout the season.

The terrain features a wealth of wide, gentle slopes above the tree line, which can become crowded at peak times. Of the 132 pistes serviced by 74 ski lifts, there are 9 green pistes for novice skiers and snowboarders, plus 6 designated nursery areas.

The biggest ski area in La Plagne for beginners is Plagne Bellecôte which boasts numerous gentle blue runs which run into it.

Higher up the mountain there is an abundance of excellent terrain for the intermediate and advanced (52% of runs are blue, and 26% red), and the best access from Belle Plagne and Plagne Centre villages.

For those who are after some hardcore adventure, the Varet glacier provides some extreme terrain, including plenty of fun off piste skiing, plus a white knuckle 7km long black run with over 2000 metres of vertical drop.

Freestyle skiers and snowboarders come here for the huge 1 km long snowpark with different sized jumps, rails, boxes and a wall ride. La Plagne also has a unique 1500 metre long Olympic bobsleigh run with 19 bends for additional thrills and spills.

One inconvenient fact of La Plagne ski resort is the fact that accommodation and entertainments are spread out over 11 different small villages widely dispersed across the mountainside, so it’s well worth taking into account what you want most from your skiing holiday in order to pick the location that’s right for you.

Of these villages, the purpose built Plagne Centre is the liveliest and has excellent access to blue runs, is very family friendly, and has the best choice of restaurants, bars and late night spots.

Plagne Bellacote has a heated swimming pool and outdoor skating rink, plus good access to the terrain parks. Family friendly and with a fun atmosphere, Belle Plagne village occupies an enviable central resort position with excellent access to the entire Paradiski area, as well some great restaurants and a good variety of bars.

Lower down on the slopes, Montalbert has a large number of British residents, and a buzzing cafe and restaurant scene.

Where to Stay: Résidence Pierre & Vacances Premium Les Hauts Bois

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Experience ski in ski out slope access and outstanding views of Mont Blanc await guests at the 4 star Résidence Pierre & Vacances Premium Les Hauts Bois self catering apartments.

Situated in Aime-La-Plagne village, modern, chalet style accommodations are decorated using natural materials to give each interior a warm and comforting feel.

Standard apartments sleep 6 to 8 people, and feature living area, bathroom, and open plan kitchenette, plus television with national and international channels, and complimentary Wi-Fi. Within the residence is a heated swimming pool for the use of guests, plus a relaxation area with sauna, hammam, and fitness studio including cardio training.

Guests staying at the property also have the option to pamper themselves at the Deep Nature® spa at an additional cost.

For breakfast, enjoy the luxury of a gourmet breakfast including fresh pastries and bread, jams, tea, coffee, hot chocolate and orange juice.

  • Close to slopes
  • Swimming pool
  • Fitness centre
  • Spa and wellness centre
  • Room service breakfast
  • Self catering
  • Mountain views

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