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Overview


Resort Information

Ski Area Espace Killy
Resort Altitude 2100 m
Highest Point 3456 m
Lowest Point 1550 m
Size of Ski area 300 km
Number of lifts 87
Green runs 22
Blue runs 65
Red runs 44
Black runs 25

Transfer times

Geneva Airport 3 hours
Chambery Airport 2 hours 30 mins

Tignes’ villages offer anyone’s favourite flavour of Ski holiday, from the family feel of Les Brevieres to the high energy atmosphere of Val Claret. You can experience all kinds of activities from Husky Sledging to Rock Climbing, Spa days to Ice Diving; you name it, Tignes probably has it!

If you’d like a bite to eat, Tignes caters for any budget and has flavours for everyone. A couple of our favourites are Traditional Fondue at La Ferme or Noodles from Tignes Cusine. The aprés scene is abundant whether you prefer a live band at the Loop Bar or a locals tipple at Boulele (French speaking is advised!).

Lastly, and most importantly, the skiing in Tignes is world-class including Olympic slalom runs, Lift accessible powder fields, 1400 metre vertical descents, Glacier skiing year round and Snow parks for all abilities. Tignes doesn’t mess around, a week is never enough to do it all!

Ratings

Beginners: 
3
Intermediates: 
5
Advanced: 
4
Powder: 
5
Parks: 
3
Parties: 
4
Tree coverage: 
1
Cost: 
3
Snowsure: 
5

Espace Killy

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