Ski Chalets In Tignes France

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Jo our friendly Ski Chalet Specialist in Tignes

Ski Range 1,550m – 3,456m

Tignes is indisputably one of the 'crème de la crème' of world ski areas, the 'Espace Killy' ski area, combining Tignes and neighbouring Val d'Isère, ranks highly in any keen skier's top ten world resorts as their ski holiday choice, and deservedly so. Completely snowsure due to the Grande Motte Glacier, with over 300kms of pistes, plus easily the same again in off-piste terrain, the area offers well over a mile of vertical drop, from the peak of the Grande Motte down to the picturesque old village of Tignes-les Brevières.Our accommodation is conveniently situated at 2,100m at Tignes-le-Lac and Le Lavachet, and all our ski chalets are within easy reach of the ski lifts and slopes.

Tignes Ski School

Our partner ski-school here is award-winning Evolution 2, who operate with a strict maximum of eight per class, to ensure a high level of personal attention. This means faster progress for beginners, but the ski-school is equally well known for helping intermediates break bad habits and move up a level, and for its specialist powder courses, which can be arranged with your Ski Total representative in resort. Children also benefit enormously from the 8-per-class maximum, and Tignes-le-Lac is home to Les Marmottons - one of the best 'Jardins de Neige' for children in the French



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Transfer time: 2 hour 45 minutes by coach

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However you like to spend your winter holiday, Tignes offers a huge range of non ski activities. From relaxing and exploring to full on adrenaline action, there is something for everyone, every ability and every age.

  • Aqua Centre Superb Aqua Centre with indoor swimming-pool, water-slide, waterfall, spa centre & gym. All Espace Killy 2 to 15-day passes offer one free entrance to the swimming pool of the Aqua Leisure Centre

  • Natural ice rink ‘Disco on Ice’ evenings every week from 8.00pm to 10.00pm; Music and disco dress for a great après-ski atmosphere! Free entry to the ice rink for one day with any ski pass purchased before May 1st 2017.

  • Paret Sledge Decent A ’paret’ is a traditional Savoyard sledge made from wood with a single runner. You sit on it and balance with your legs either side. The Paret sledge Decent is a favourite with Sasha, Agency Sales Executive at Ski Total, she says 'The Paret sledge decent is by far my favourite non ski activity to do on the mountain, you can do it in large groups and is just hilarious. You get the last lift up the Palafour chairlift and all wait at the top of the mountain for a quick instruction. Then in controlled groups are let lose down the run which takes about 30 minutes in total- you get so much speed, snow is flying in your face and is just the best experience, and to top it off you get a nice glass of Vin chaud at the bottom.'

  • Husky-sleddingEvolution 2 organise dog sledding trips which involve flying over the frozen lake and giving you opportunity's to take in all of the pristine wilderness Tignes has to offer.

    Bowling Bowling in both Le Lac and Lavachet. Spend a relaxing evening playing pool and bowling in the lanes with some quiet beers.

  • Snowshoeing Wearing the traditional snowshoes enables you to distribute your weight over a larger surface area. This means you can walk with ease at your own pace and without any special effort. Snowshoeing is a great activity open to all and on the trips there are planned stops to let you take in the beautiful surroundings.

  • Ice-diving Plunge into the icy cold waters and experience the thrill of diving under the ice while exploring the unusual underwater landscape wildlife below.

    Bun J Ride The Bun J Ride involves you jumping off a 30m ramp, falling off into a 40m drop on bungee cords, and then once you have finished bouncing the zip wire brings you back down to earth.

    Helicopter tours Daily helicopter flights are available ( weather permitting of course) with a number of local companies. Relax and take in the panoramic views of the mountain tops and the alpine forests of the Alpes.

  • Ice-climbingThere is a frozen waterfall located in Tignes Les Brevieres, open to all. As an experience climber with the correct safety equipment you can tackle it on your own, but if you are a beginner and have never climbed before then a mountain guide or adventure company such as Evolution 2 can teach you the basics of using crampons and an ice axe. This natural phenomenon is a must for climbing enthusiast.

  • Paragliding Ski off a mountain top in the capable hands of your paragliding instructor. You decide if you want a tranquil, relaxing decent down or an exhilarating adventure.

    Microlight Flight View Tignes from a birds eye view and take a trip in a microlight over the mountains. Located right beside the bottom of the Gratalu chair at the Altisurface, it is really easy to go and book in a flight.

  • Cinema The Tignes Cinema is in Le Lac making it 2100m high. Showing the latest movies; look out for English versions.


Tignes offers a host of exciting bars and nightclubs for all tastes; with ample choice of venues for everything from a quiet drink to a lively night out.

  • Le Loop bar Le Loop bar in Le Lac is a very popular bar with seasonaires and holiday goers alike, it has a sunny terrace overlooking the Trolles black run and Rosset learner slope, making it a great location to sit back with a cold beer and people watch. In the evenings the bar has frequent live music acts and therefore gets very busy with a great atmosphere. Tip: Ask for a Loop bar loyalty card and earn points to get money off drinks.

  • The Marmot Arms The Marmot Arms is a pub style bar and is situated at the bottom of the Palafour chairlift. With a wide choice of beer on tap, wines and a Gastro style menu, it is a brilliant location to meet with friends and family for some lunch or a relaxed drink after the slopes.

  • The Underground The Underground bar is a fun place to grab a drink or two and dance until your feet hurt. Situated up the road from the Marmot Arms by the Palafour chairlift, it is great pit stop for those wanting a let their hair down before dinner.

  • Jacks Club Wanting to party further into the evening? Than Jacks Club is the place for you. Situated in the Le Lac Bowling Alley the club hosts a mixture of English and French Djs and offers a wide selections of music open until 4am - giving you plenty of time to dance into the early hours.

    There is also a choice of restaurants in all price ranges within an easy walk on your Chalet/Chalet Hotel staff's one night off.

  • The different villages of Tignes Le-Lac, Lavachet and Val Claret, all have their own choice of shops, bars and cafés and are easily connected by the regular free bus shuttle service which runs throughout the day and evening and even once an hour at nightime.


Ski Range 1,550m – 3,456m

From Tignes-le-Lac, where six of our ski chalets are located, lifts head up both sides of the valley, with the Aeroski gondola giving immediate access to the Tovière ridge and the ski slopes of Val d’Isère, and the Chardonnet lift and Palafour chair heading up the Aiguille Percée side of the huge Tignes bowl.

Access from our six other ski chalets in Le Lavachet is equally easy, with two main chairlifts within easy reach, one heading up each side of the valley.

This incredible area just has everything – miles and miles of wide open pistes, two glaciers with sensational snow, plenty of trickier black runs when you want a challenge, and some of the best off-piste in the world. Intermediate skiers will revel in the choices available every day while skiing in Tignes – take a long tour across to the Le Fornet end of Val d’Isère and back, ski the full circle around the Tignes valley, with lunch in the picturesque village of Tignes-les-Brevières.

It is no wonder that Tignes/Val d’Isère holds such iconic status amongst expert skiers, for its huge choice of black runs, plus its legendary off-piste temptations. There are acres of high altitude unpisted open bowls, which all receive bountiful dumps of fresh powder right throughout the season. Much of this is accessible by lift, leaving the true aficionados to trudge the ridges in search of the more extreme chutes and couloirs. But for this kind of terrain, a guide is definitely recommended!