Val D'Isere Skiing and Snowboarding Terrain / Mountain StatsVal d'Isere Cedex, FR FR
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Val D'Isere TerrainVal d’Isère is a ski resort famous the world over for the multitude of skiing possibilities it offers for beginners or experts alike. The skiing area benefits from an exceptional situation :
- a remarkable site
- fantastic snow
- 300 km of slopes
- 90 skilifts
- a season which lasts from the end of November till the beginning of May
A kingdom of competition and leisure skiing :
- legends such as Henri Oreiller and Jean-Claude Killy
- organiser of important events such as the Alpine Skiing World Cup, the 1992 Winter Olympic Games or the 2009 World Alpine Skiing Championships
Val D'Isere SnowboardingHalfpipes: 1
Tarrain Parks: 1
Different jump areas according to difficulty. Various modules accessible to all - rails, box, walls. ValPark has grown even bigger and now offers units for all levels and extensive signposting. NEW : extended green and blue zones. NEW : a natural boardercross (Borsat Valley) which is great fun Progressive bump runs (green, blue, red and black). Park with 25 fun rails (dance floor, barrels, wall, banana rail etc). A comfortable chill-out zone with deckchairs, bar, music and much more...
Val D'Isere Mountain Stats
What's New This Season at Val D'IsereVal d’Isère’s new leisure centre is ready and waiting to welcome you for relaxing after-ski or more intense training sessions. With 5 000 m² of sporting equipment including 780m² of different swimming pools, there is plenty to choose from : a 250m² swimming pool, a 430m² leisure pool, a 135m² climbing area, a 575m² multi-activity sports hall, a 209m² weights room, 2 x 64m² squash courts, 225m² well-being area (sauna, steam bath, spa, cold baths, hydro-massage…)
Savoyard supper in an igloo !
For experienced skiers. Spend an evening with a difference, far from the madding crowd, high up on the legendary Bellevarde mountain in an igloo. The evening begins witha 20 minute snowmobile trip followed by an apreritf whilst contemplating the magnificent view of the Mont Blanc. The comes a traditional Savoyard supper (chees fondue and chocolate fondue) in the igloo, with the guests taking part in a torchlight descent at the end of the evening to get back down the mountain.
Information last updated 10/27/2009.