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Snow is already piling up on the pistes above Val d’Isère in spectacular style! It’s a timely moment for the resort to announce plans for the official start to the 2019-2020 winter season with First Tracks.
Unlike most resorts at the moment, the snow situation in Val d’Isère is excellent at altitude, and the opening weekend will go ahead as scheduled.
What’s new in Val d’Isère this winter 2018-2019 ?
FUN FOR CHILDREN : Valkids is a new play area designed for children aged four to 10 years. It is situated below the beginner Sunny Ride piste on Solaise.
FOLIE DOUCE : The original and, our opinion, still the best Folie Douce is perched at 2400m above La Daille and can be reached this winter by the new high speed 10-person gondola.
From this December, a brand new 10-person Poma gondola costing €10m will bring skiers from La Daille up to the Folie Douce, the famous après-ski. The “Téléski des 3000”, one of Val d’Isère’s iconic ski lifts, which has been closed for the pastsix years, has been renovated and is to reopen for the coming season.
Published on 01/04/2020
Drink in the healthy mountain air and immerse yourself in the local culture of Val d’Isère.
Published on 06/03/2018
Press Kit Winter 2019 – 2020
Published on 10/04/2019
Summer 2019, From June 29th to September 1st 2019
Val d’Isère. A mountain village on the edge of the Vanoise National Park and surrounded by soaring peaks. Most people only think of Val d’Isère as a winter destination, yet there’s a wealth of things to see and do here in summer.
160 km of slopes in total
Highest road pass in Europe, at an altitude of 2770 meters
Almost 60% of the village is within a protected nature reserve
3 330m: This is the altitude of the Pissaillas glacier where it is possible to ski from June 6th to July 11st
The church’s bell tower has watched over the village since the 17th century.
Visitor percentages :
French: 82.8 %
English: 3.3 %
Italian: 2.4 %
German: 2.2 %
Belgian: 1.9 %
Swiss: 1.7 %
“The mountain gives us the settings… it’s up to us to create the story it goes with ! ” Nicolas Helmbacher