Val d'Isere ski resort along with Tignes is part of the Espace Killy ski area. Val d'Isere is classified as one of the exclusive resorts in the world thanks to the most impressive combination of splendid skiing and attractive villages with luxurious chalets down the hill.
Val d'Isere draws top skiers every year because of the extensive lift served off piste skiing it offers. With over 300 km of ski domain including Tignes, Val d'Isere also offers pistes suitable to beginners and intermediaries. There are 3 glaciers and about 10,000 hectares of skiable terrain in Val d'Isere, all of which are well served by efficient lifts and gondolas.
Along with some of the best skiing opportunities, Val d'Isere has an extravagant night life to offer; there are countless number of trendy restaurants, bars and clubs in the Val d'Isere village. The altitude of Val d'Isere ranges between 1850m and 3550m.
Val d'Isere is a paradise to the expert skiers but also serves well to the intermediaries and beginners. The resort altitude is about 1850m but the lift altitudes range from 1550m to 3450m. 142 slopes in Val d'Isere are served by around 90 lifts. These lifts also connect to Tignes and other resorts in the Espace Killy area. Val d'Isere also offers plenty of free lifts and runs for beginners but experts can test their ability on the "La Face" run.
In Val d'Isere, 30% of the slopes are for beginners, 50% for the intermediates and 20% are for the experts.
Ski Val d'Isere ski resort offers a number of ski schools; some of them are Progression Ski, Evolution 2, Mountain Masters. All of these ski schools offer good lessons for all levels at competitive rates.
Val d'Isere ski holidays also cater to families. Most hotels and chalets offer child care facilities on site but there are other creches as well in the area. Some of them are Le Petit Poucet, Le Village d'Enfants and ESF. These creches cater to different age groups, so please check beforehand.