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Tignes piste maps

a piste map for the Tignes ski resort

If you've settled on a ski holiday in Tignes, it's worth getting to grips with the area's numerous runs before you arrive. Check out our Tignes ski map which gives you the lowdown on marked slopes for every ability across the area.

Tignes off-piste map

More advanced skiers will want to take a look at the Tignes FATMAP. The 3D map uses information collected from past skiers to record off-piste routes in and around Tignes. It also features ratings for each run, estimated safety levels, details about snow conditions and warnings for avalanche risks.
Why not add your own info into FATMAP to help fellow users discover the best off-piste slopes in Tignes? Simply turn on the app when you're skiing off-piste and it'll track your movements. You'll then be able to leave feedback on your chosen route. FATMAP additionally gives you access to live piste info and lift statuses across Tignes.

Tignes ski resort

Wondering how to navigate the ski resort beyond the pistes? This Google map highlights key spots around Tignes, from the best places to pick up essential items like ski equipment and lift passes to where to find the tastiest food. We've also added in a few recommendations for great après ski venues, including lively bars and top-rated after-dark hotspots.

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Tignes ski area stats


Resort — 1,440 - 2,100m

Max — 3,456m

Skiing: 300km
Transfer time:

Geneva - 2h50; Grenoble - 2h10;

Chambery - 1h55

Accessible via the Eurostar
Skiing distance (on-piste):
  • Tignes: 150km
  • Val d'Isère: 150km
Longest run:

La Sache, 10km (An exhilarating 10km black run from the 'eye of the needle' all the way down to Les Brevières)

Tignes-Val d'Isère ski map breakdown:
  • 14% green, 40% blue, 30% red, 16% black
  • Off piste ski rating: 5/5
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What you need to know about skiing in Tignes

The vast Tignes ski area is split up into five villages - Le Lac, Val Claret, Le Lavachet, 1800 and Les Brevières - plus your lift pass will include neighbouring Val d'Isère as well. Formerly known as Espace Killy, Tignes-Val d'Isère forms one of the largest ski regions in Europe, with over 150 pistes spread across 300km of the majestic French Alps.

Selecting slopes to suit your abilities is made easy thanks to our Tignes piste maps. Those keen to try off-piste skiing will also be in their element as the area is known for its awesome backcountry ski routes, many of which can be tackled on your own if you have the right Tignes map.

Prefer a guide? We're more than happy to organise one for all your off-piste adventures. Always make sure your insurance covers you for off-piste skiing and take local advice before venturing off.

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