Ski France Classic Chalets are spread across leading ski resorts and provide good-value chalet accommodation, fully stocked larders and contactless catering at an affordable price.
Val d’Isère is one of the world’s most well-known ski resorts, and for good reason. As part of the Val d’Isère-Tignes area, the resort offers an impressive 300km of slopes to explore and has an unbeatable reputation for good snowfall all season. While renowned for its variety of challenging slopes, Val d’Isère also offers something for every ability level.
Boasting first-class slopes, luxury shopping and Michelin starred restaurants; Courchevel is one of France’s most renowned ski resorts. As part of the Three Valleys, skiers have access to the largest ski area in the world with over 600km of pistes to discover, the large variety of slopes making this resort the perfect choice for both experts and beginners alike. The perfectly groomed slopes, snow topped forests and high altitude all add to Courchevel’s unique charm.
Nestled in the middle of a snow sprinkled pine forest, La Tania is a small chocolate-box resort in the biggest ski area in the world, the Three Valleys. Much of the resort is north facing so La Tania has an excellent snow reputation with quick and easy access to both Courchevel and Méribel.
Meribel is a picture-perfect resort well known for its superb central location in the Three Valleys, the world’s largest ski area. The resort has something for everyone with its authentic village charm, vibrant après-ski atmosphere and an impressive 600km of slopes to roam right on its doorstep.
Tignes is a five-village ski resort in the heart of the beautiful Vanoise National Park. As part of the Tignes-Val d’Isère ski area, the resort is home to 300km of pistes for beginners, intermediates and experts. The high elevation (1550m – 3456m) means skiers can experience excellent levels of snowfall all throughout the season.
La Plagne is an 11 village resort and offers over 400km of slopes culminating at an altitude of 3250m as part of the Paradiski area. This family-friendly resort features a wide range of slopes for beginners and intermediates, while experts will enjoy the more demanding runs and off-piste possibilities beyond the Bellecôte glacier.
Situated on a south-facing plateau at 1850m altitude, Alpe d’Huez is known for its sunny exposition and boats over 300 days of sunshine a year. The 249km of slopes has something for every level of skier. There is also a glacier and the longest black run in the world to discover for the most adventurous. This lively resort has just as much to offer off the slopes with its lively après ski scene.