Val d’Isère is renowned as Europe’s most popular ski destination. However, not everyone realises that it’s a resort of two seasons. Visitors from around the world who gather each winter can have just as much fun in the mountains here in summer.
You can even ski, if you like!
In July and August the average daytime temperature is over 20C, perfect for sunbathing and not too hot for hiking, biking, and the host of other sporting activities on offer in this glorious setting on the edge of the Vanoise National Park. There’s lots to do and loads to see in the summer.
Summer in Val d’Isère
Opening : July 4th to August 28th
Don’t miss this winter’s key events: l’Iserane, Flower market, live music, live an exceptional moment with la Fête du Fornet, help the mountain to be clean with the Earth Day don’t miss la Fête du Vieux Val, alpin craftman market.
Sportives activities like VTT, des aerial adventure tour, E-bike rental, vias ferratas, horse riding, but also hiking and trekking, paragliding, fishing and more. A lot of activities to satisfy all the family !
Winter in Val d’Isère
Imagine a vast, radiant glen encircled by impressive, towering mountains whose snowy hillsides fall gracefully towards the valley below.
Simply made for easy learning with its wide variety of slopes, all well-marked out, equipped and thoroughly maintained. This immense area offers skiers a choice of around fifty peaks between altitudes of 2600 and 3800 metres.
Sporting activities, skiing, snow shoeing, ice skating, floodlit cross country skiing racing, fat biking and many more leisurely activities such as the swimming pool and spa in the Aqua Leisure Complex. There’s something for every member of the family, all winter long.
Activities : From November 28th to May 2nd
Lifts (free for pedestrians in Val d’Isère, bike park with a pass) : From November 28th to May 2nd
Summer skiing : Glacier will be open from June 6th to July 11th, depending on snow conditions
Aqualeisure Centre : From November 30th to May 3rd
Iseran mountain pass : June 6th