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Val d'Isère piste maps

a piste map for the Val d'Isere ski resort

Formerly known as the Espace Killy ski region, Val d'Isère is one of the most prestigious, vast and popular ski resorts in the French Alps. Along with neighbouring Tignes, it stretches across 300km of prime mountain terrain and boasts an unusually long ski season thanks to its epic snow conditions.

Val d'Isère itself is made up of three major areas - Val d'Isère 1850 centre, Le Fornet and La Daille - which are all connected by gondolas, ski lifts or free shuttle buses. In addition to some awesome marked ski runs, the area is famed for its off-piste routes (including the legendary La Face). Choose to tackle them solo or get us to pair you up with an expert local guide who can show you the ropes. Off-piste skiing sound like your kind of thing? Make sure you've got the right insurance cover before you arrive.

Val d'Isère off-piste map

Those skilled enough to ski off-piste should check out the Val d'Isère FATMAP. This 3D map uses crowdsourcing to record backcountry ski routes used by past and present skiers. As well as plotting out potential routes, it gives you safety and ability ratings for each one, plus info on snow conditions and any avalanche warnings.
If you're a more advanced skier, switch FATMAP on when you venture off-piste and it'll keep track of all your movements. You'll also get live piste and ski lift statuses AND have the ability to share your routes and progress with friends.

Val d'Isère ski resort

Want to know what there's to do when you're off the slopes? From top après ski venues to where to tuck into the tastiest local bites, this Google map pinpoints key locations across the resort to eat, drink and play. You'll also see recommendations for the best spots to pick up things such as ski equipment and lift passes.

Been to Val d'Isère before and visited somewhere cool that we've not included? Get in touch and we'll add it in.

Val d'Isère ski area stats


Resort — 1,850m

Max — 3,488m

Skiing: 300km
Transfer time:

Geneva - 2h55; Grenoble - 2h15;

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, 44% blue, 26% red, 16% black
  • Off piste ski rating: 5/5
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What you need to know about skiing in Val d'Isère

Access to the full Tignes-Val d'Isère ski area comes as a standard with all passes over 1 day in length. The area covers the three villages of the Val d'Isère valley along with the five resorts in the Tignes Valley. It offers skiing for all standards with huge amounts of off piste and plenty of beginner areas.

Selecting slopes to suit your abilities is made easy thanks to our Val d'Isère 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 Val d'Isère 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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