Sitting at an impressive altitude of 1,850m, Val d’Isère is one of the highest-positioned resorts in the Alps, reaching up to 3,456m at the top of La Grande Motte glacier. Over 60% of the pistes are above 2,200m, accumulating significant volumes of snow throughout the season that remain for longer.
The off-piste skiing options in and around Val d’Isère are immense. With plenty to challenge even the most adventurous of skiers, we can arrange professional mountain guiding for those who want to make the most out of their time on the mountain.
Sunny lunchtime pitstops are aplenty, with a range of restaurants offering everything from sophisticated haute cuisine to wholesome, hearty Savoyard specialities.
Reputedly offering the best on-mountain après ski in the Alps is La Folie Douce, where world-famous DJs work the crowd and dancers and acrobats put on a spectacle. There are, however, a wealth of other picturesque terraces on which to enjoy a more laid-back drink with friends, such as L’Ouillette, La Fruitiere or La Peau de Vache.
The heart of the village is equally as special. Authentic, aesthetic, and charming, Val d’Isère treats its visitors to memorable experiences at every turn. From its modest roots as a farming village, it is now renowned for its wide range of excellent restaurants, vibrant nightlife and designer boutiques catering to a multitude of tastes.