Huge, high-altitude ski region, with a pumping resort – Val d’Isère ticks every box.


With a huge brand comes a whopping expectation – yet on almost every level, Val d’Isère is as good as it gets. Glacier skiing which accesses some truly epic off-piste terrain, steep FIS runs exiting in the town and lift & piste links to Tignes.

Luxury & quality run throughout the resort and ski area, whilst Val d’Isère après ski is famously remorseless – the action off the slopes is as good as on it. Drop into La Folie Douce in the afternoon and soak up the high life.


Facts & figures

  • Resort height: 1850 m
  • Top lift height: 3456 m (Espace Killy)
  • Ski lifts: 90 (Espace Killy)
  • Season dates: Sep-Aug
  • Inhabitants: 1600

Airport transfers

  • Chambery | 89 miles
  • Grenoble | 135 miles
  • Lyon | 137 miles
  • Geneva | 140 miles


  • Ice driving
  • Paragliding
  • Shopping
  • Après ski
  • Fine dining


  • Glacier skiing
  • Linked ski region
  • Off-piste
  • FIS race piste


For hardened skiers, there are few better locations in the Alps. Many corporate ski clients require a big ski brand for their events and Val d’Isère certainly has that. Val d’Isère has a towering ski area with glacier skiing offering skiing for much of the year and accessing some epic off-piste skiing. There are huge, wide slopes in the Solaise sector and steeps running down from Bellevarde. Val d’Isère is also lift & piste linked to the neighbouring Tignes ski area. Solaise or the village centre offer the best options for beginner skiers, whilst the pistes from Col de Fresse are an absolute dream for learner skiers and snowboarders. Famed for its tough skiing, Val d’Isère offers steep skiing as well as some truly epic, high altitude, off-piste skiing including the Le Col Pers or the tree routes above Le Fornet. Local guides are highly regarded and there is a big ski touring community in Val d’Isère.

For corporate groups with mixed ability, intermediate skiers, Val d’Isère is also a stand-out destination with some fantastic, long pistes through all the sectors. Some of the best terrain is found at Solaise or above La Daille. The runs back into Val d’Isère can be crowded, narrow and steep but downloads are possible for the less good skiers and boarders. And when the huge resources of Val d’Isère are exhausted, mile-hungry intermediates can head over to Tignes. The pistes from the Col de Fresse are an intermediate’s dream, whilst the pistes from L’Aiguille Percee on the far side of Tignes are similarly fantastic for intermediate skiers. Glacier skiing at the Grande Motte, high above Tignes ensures that skiing is possible almost year-round, with stunning views from this cloud-busting height.


Off-psite skiing

Off-piste skiing in the trees or the open bowls of the Le Col Pers.

Après ski

Slide a seat up and enjoy an afternoon in the sun at La Folie Douce.

ice driving

Ice driving

Take  a performance car on on an icy circuit in Val d’Isère.


In a region where multiple resorts are vying for the accolade of most enviable alpine retreat, Val d’Isère is right up there amongst them. It has high-end hotels, fine dining, luxury shopping and a swagger on the streets that is tough to match. For corporate ski events, the range and quality of the services, on and off the snow make it a superb corporate ski destination. Chalets can be from another planet, whilst the old, historic quarter exudes charm. The less-attractive development of the past is being replaced, with the resort seeking to reflect its staggering natural surroundings. The atmosphere in Val d’Isère is rarely matched in the French Alps and the streets and terraces are packed from December through to May.

Sandwiched between La Daille in the north west and Le Fornet in the east, Val d’Isère occupies a dramatic scetion of the high-altitude, Tarentaise Valley. The eastern section of the valley is closed to traffic throughout the winter and the valley enjoys a remote, secluded, alpine feel, offering the final and highest skiing in this globally famous ski region. Lift access is pretty straightforward from much of the Val d’Isère accommodation, whilst there are ski buses that connect the outlying resorts of La Daille and Le Fornet to Val d’Isère. La Daille is a frequent arrival point for those enjoying a drink in La Folie Douce.


One of the best in France, Val d’Isère not only has the bars but also an enviable atmosphere to match. It is common to see the streets packed with visitors from December through to May. Corporate ski groups will find a huge range of après ski entertainment in Val d’Isère from high end bars to boots on the tables terraces. The central area hosts heated terraces and live music. There is also fine dining in some exquisite venues for corporate groups looking for refinement after the slopes.

No trip to Val d’Isère is complete without some time spent on the terraces at La Folie Douce. With contemporary sounds filling the air, champagne bottles buzzing the crowds and revellers dancing on tables, it’s is a special place to spend an afternoon. The piste back to the valley can be mayhem (although clients can download on the gondola) whilst the ski bus back into Val d’Isère is like a C-grade talent show.


Val d’Isère is one of the leading meeting & seminar destinations in the region. The skiing is sensational, activities on and off the slopes are superb and the après ski and entertainment are some of the best in France. Corporate ski event attendees can ski some of best terrain in the Alps, party round the clock and experience some incredible activities such as paragliding or ice driving. All this in Val d’Isère with its huge brand, stunning scenery and rarefied atmosphere.

The Val d'Isère Congrès is a dedicated meeting & seminar convention centre with extensive, modular spaces and a range of quality, professional services. It regularly hosts convention events throughout the year. As well as this professional meeting space, Val d’Isère has a number of hotels which can offer formal or informal meeting spaces to corporate groups. There are also venues on the mountain to give Val d’Isère corporate ski events a special perspective.


La Folie Douce on the slopes above La Daille is truly unmissable. After a day on the sensational ski fields of Val d’Isère, an afternoon seat on the terrace of La Folie Douce beckons. Skis parked, table occupied and drinks flowing, there are few better places to be on a sunny afternoon.

Live music, DJ sets and dancing all take place on the terrace and under the famous Folie Douce balcony. Hugely popular, La Folie Douce Val d’Isère is an institution and definitely not to be missed.

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