Skiing in Val D’Isere

Ski domain information, slopes, connections and ski lifts

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Skiing in Val d'Isère


Today, the ski area of Val d'Isère extends over 146 kilometers of tracks connected by 47 lifts.

The 79 ski slopes of the domain are divided into 15 green runs, 28 blue runs, 24 red runs and 12 black runs so that everyone finds the track that matches their level.

Val d'Isere offers a lot of play areas in two areas: Bellevarde and Palet. In the first, the most experienced and stunt players will be able to venture on the Expert's Boarder X, in search of strong sensations in the tight corners and the long straight lines where you will reach high speeds.

For children and adults, the Snow Park is suitable for all levels of skiing and riding. 6 levels of difficulty, ranging from small jumps to long 20-meter tables, through the Half-Pipe, the Bellevarde Snow Park is ideal for experiencing new emotions and relive them through the TV-screen at the bottom of the park area.

Skiers can now compare their performance to the best skiers in the BMW X Drives Skimovie Slalom. This mad race will be recorded and compared to other performances to elect the best slalom of the day.

In the area of Palet, two Boarder Cross will delight lovers of long loops and steep slopes. A Snow Park is also available for acrobats and stuntmen of all kinds.

For late afternoon skiing, new styles of riding can be tried out on the Snow front: Snake Gliss, Yooner and Airboard will diversify your activities on the snow.


Its 300 kilometers of ski slopes are connected by numerous ski lifts: 4 cable cars, 2 funiculars, 4 cable cars, 23 detachable chairlifts and 22 fixed as well as 34 ski lifts to go from the Pisaillas Glacier to the Aiguille Percée.

All ski enthusiasts and experts will be delighted: 11 000 hectares of skiable terrain, 2 000 meters of altitude on 154 slopes, some of which are 10 kilometers long! Beginners will practice on the 22 green slopes and then become acquainted with the 61 blue slopes before joining the confirmed skiers on the 46 tracks and red and the 25 black slopes of the Tignes-Val d'Isere ski area.


The ski lifts of Val d'Isere have developed to form an extensive network of 66 modern devices that connect the different ski areas.

They include:

  • 6 detachable 6-seater chairlifts

  • 6 detachable 4-seater chairlifts

  • 4 chairlifts 4 places

  • 4 chairlifts 6 places

  • 2 gondolas 6 places

  • 17 drag lifts

  • 1 Funival funicular

  • 3 cable cars


Opening and closing :

  • Opening of the Val d'Isère ski area on November 25th 2023

  • Closing of the Val d'Isère ski area on May 5th 2024




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