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Ski holidays in France: Snow up your life!

France - A skiing nation with plenty of superlatives! The Mont Blanc is the highest mountain in the Alps, the Vanoise Express the biggest and fastest double floored cable car in the world, and Les 3 Vallées claims to be the largest ski area in the world. Whether you want to ski the glacier in Les 2 Alpes, on the Olympic slopes of Chamrousse, the interconnected ski areas in the region Les Sybelles or in the small but not any less nice ski area as in Valfréjus - in France, you can find whatever you're looking for.

Regions in France

Savoie

Savoie

The large ski areas of La Plagne, Val Thorens, Tignes and Valmeinier are located in a semi-circle around the Vanoise Massif in the southern Savoie Alps. Although there are still some gaps between the ski areas, they will one day be joined to become the largest winter sports territory in the world.

Isère

Isère

A winter sports region can hardly be more varying. This one reaches from the marginal mountain ranges of the French Pre-Alps to the Écrins Massif, the majestic high mountain scenery of the Dauphiné.

Haute Savoie

Haute Savoie

The département Haute Savoie in the eastern part of France boarders on the Swiss cantons Valais and Geneva, as well as on the Italian Aosta Valley. Haut Savoie is a region of superlatives as it is the possessor of a wonderful natural heritage. Europe's highest point, the Mont Blanc (4,810 m) lies here, as well as part of Lake Geneva, Lake Annecy, the river Rhône and Chamonix Valley. Winter sports fans can choose from an extensive selection of ski areas, including Chamonix, but also the areas Portes du Soleil and La Clusaz, which are world-famous.

Hautes Alpes

Hautes Alpes

The name is programme here: France's highest mountains (apart from the Mont Blanc) are situated in the département Hautes Alpes. The Barre des Ecrins (4,102 m) rises up high as the most southern 4,000 m-peak, surrounded by a number of similarly high mountains - including the Le Meije (3,983 m) and the Mont Pelvoux (3,946 m). Ideal conditions for diverse winter sports options, and therefore, the ski areas of the Hautes Alpes attract guests with both quality and quantity. The Massif de Dévoluy offers 100 km of pistes, the Fôret Blanche has 185 km to offer and in Serre Chevalier it is even 250 km. Lots of space to run riot - for beginners and pros alike!

Haute Provence

Haute Provence

In southern France lies the département Alpes-de-Haute-Provence. The region is especially well-known for it's wonderful landscape diversity. The impressive mix of deep canyons, massive mountain sides and mystic, rocky ridges makes the area the perfect destination for activity seekers. In winter holiday-goers will find charming ski villages with lots of hours of sunshine and pistes which stretch above 3,000 m altitude. Once of the largest ski areas of the southern Alps is the "Espace Lumière" with over 200 km of piste and two very family-friendly ski stations.

Maritime Alps

Maritime Alps

The Maritime Alps mean sea and high mountains in one breath. It is the distinctive contrast between deep blue sky and snowy winter landscape that creates the special attractiveness of the most southern winter sports area in the French Alps.

Resorts in France

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Resort (region) Pistes Ski area altitude
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Lift pass Nights from
249 km 1,125 - 3,330 m 7 239
75 km 960 - 2,460 m 7 319
114 km 1,030 - 3,275 m 7 419
90 km 1,650 - 2,250 m 7 99
83 km 1,100 - 2,200 m 7 299
150 km 1,300 - 2,738 m 7 239
265 km 700 - 2,561 m 7 329
120 km 1,800 - 2,610 m 7 219
100 km 1,470 - 2,510 m 7 69
65 km 1,350 - 2,750 m 7 199
225 km 1,250 - 3,250 m 7 289
310 km 1,100 - 2,620 m 7 199
225 km 1,280 - 3,560 m 7 229
120 km 1,350 - 2,400 m 7 199
193 km 1,200 - 3,226 m 7 339
265 km 700 - 2,561 m 7 289
225 km 1,250 - 3,250 m 7 389
160 km 1,400 - 3,200 m 7 279
100 km 1,650 - 2,720 m 7 189
445 km 1,113 - 2,350 m 7 319
150 km 1,450 - 2,952 m 3-7 169
265 km 700 - 2,561 m 7 279
185 km 1,000 - 2,069 m 7 229
100 km 1,850 - 2,725 m 7 229
150 km 900 - 3,230 m 7 249
193 km 1,200 - 3,226 m 7 329
185 km 1,000 - 2,069 m 7 219
75 km 1,400 - 2,700 m 7 159
310 km 1,100 - 2,620 m 7 129
250 km 1,200 - 2,800 m 7 259
165 km 1,250 - 2,550 m 7 199
100 km 1,470 - 2,510 m 7 79
150 km 1,550 - 3,456 m 7 219
125 km 1,300 - 2,800 m 7 149
230 km 1,500 - 2,500 m 7 129
150 km 1,850 - 3,300 m 7 289
65 km 1,550 - 2,737 m 7 119
150 km 1,430 - 2,600 m 7 219
114 km 1,030 - 3,275 m 7 389
150 km 1,430 - 2,600 m 7 119
165 km 1,250 - 2,550 m 4-7 189
150 km 900 - 3,230 m 7 279
185 km 1,650 - 2,750 m 7 239
249 km 1,125 - 3,330 m 7 189