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Val d'Isere should undoubtedly feature on the bucket list of every snowsports fans. The marrying of the two resorts, Val d'Isere and Tignes to form the Espace Killy area, provides snow junkies with 300km of piste and an abundance of awesome off-piste so that there is simply too much to cover in a week.
At a glance
Ski Area Espace Killy
Full Area 300km
Local Area N/A
Runs 154
13% 27% 43% 17%

In a Nutshell

Val d’Isere is a high rollers’ resorts with a big time après ski and ski area fit for a king; people who go to Val d’Isere don’t mess around, and it’s a given that you ride hard and party hard in France’s premier resort.  A common concern that comes with this resort is the price tag but by coming with NUCO you will certainly be pleasantly surprised by what we can offer. It’s a picturesque resort and walking the high street will make you feel like you’re in a real traditional ski town rather than a purpose built ski resort. Known for it’s challenging terrain Val d’Isere provides just as well for first-timers and beginners. The beginner area is up high on the mountain at 2560m giving a sense of serious altitude that most learning slopes can’t match. NUCO are lucky to have grown for Val d’Isere routes and can’t wait to spread that love to everyone we can.

Doubling up on snow

Each resort in the Espace Killy has it’s own glacier. That means that even in the poorest snow conditions you should still be able to find some powder to track.

Val d’Isere sits in a unique place in the Tarentaise valley, such that it captures the snow better than anywhere else. So despite it being considerably lower than Val Thorens at resort level, it still gets just as much snow and has loads of trees to play in, which is lacking in the 3 Valleys due to the altitude.

Your lift pass covers the whole area so you have the whole of Tignes to have a go at as well, so even the most hardcore of skiers will struggle to cover all of it in a week!



Places to Stay

There is a bit of a stigma around Val d’Isere of being an overly expensive resort, we’re giving this rumour the boot. Sure, we can find you a budget residence that provides just the necessities you require, but that’s not all we mean. Even if you’re looking for an accommodation that gives you more comfort, or maybe you want to go the whole way and get spa facilities too. We know where to look to make sure you’ve got a place to stay that doesn’t break the bank. A lot of buildings require a bit of a walk to the lifts but there are regular shuttle buses to keep the ski-boot trekking to a minimum.

Accommodation options with NUCO

Les Jardins de Val – Les Verdets
A budget option in the centre of Val d'Isere
Les Hauts du Rogoney
Close to the slopes and not far from town
Alpina Lodge
A nice upgrade right on the main high street in central Val
Le Jardin de la Balme
Crash pads within walking distance of the lifts and Cocorico
Les Chalets de Solaise
Self-catered apartments in a traditional alpine setting
Les Chalets du Jardin Alpin
If comfort and skiability are your top priority then this is the place for you!
Val Agence – Standard
A collection of basic residences across Val d'Isere
Val Agence – Premium
A collection of premium apartments across Val d'Isere
Balcons de Bellevarde
At the entrance to Val d'Isere in the ski in ski out district of La Daille
La Daille (PV)
In the ski in ski out district of La Daille, is this affordable little gem.
Chalet Skadi
Stunning chalet style apartments
Chalet le Cabri
A comfortable chalet in the centre of Val d'Isère, situated at the foot of the slopes with a beautiful view of the ski area, the Solaise and Bellevarde mountains

Best bits of Val d'Isere

Hit the 4 corners of the Espace Killy

The 300km of piste that interlink the resorts of Val d’Isere and Tignes have countless hidden gems to be discovered. So maximise your chances of finding something no ones seen before by stretching the ski area to it’s limits! Looking at the piste map the four corners are La Fornet & the Val d’Isere Glacier to the left and Les-Brévières & the Grande Motte Glacier on the Tignes side. Once you’ve made it to each of these points you can really say you’ve skied the Espace Killy. Do it all in one day and you’re super human!

Become an Olympian

The Face de Bellevarde was host to the Olympic downhill way back in 1992. One of the more challenging black in the resort what better way to test your mettle than by challenging yourself to getting down Le Face just at so many professional skiers have done in the past, though you might not match their speeds you’ll certainly get the same sense of accomplishment if you emerge unscathed.

Discover the Lost Valley

Despite not being quite as much of a secret as it’s name might suggest after Léo Taillefer flew down it in 2015 winning GoPro Line of the Winter, “Vallee Perdue” is Val d’Isere’s worst kept secret. Easily accessed from just below the Tommeuses chairlift you dip off the edge of pisted terrain to find yourself in what feels like a gully all of your own. At points this canyon can get very narrow so you’ll want to take it slow. It spits you out just above La Daille, so it may be a great time to grab a lunch break!




Après ski

Val d’Isere spoils you for choice! Home to the original Folie Douce you can see where the madness all began, then there’s still time to get back to town where Cocorico’s will be buzzing long into the evening!

Après ski

World famous après!

Cocorico – VD
Party till after the sun sets!
Folie Douce
A nice place to have a beer and a chat


Le 1789
Best steak in town
Arctic Cafe
Healthy food and juice bar! Perfect for the gram!
La Baraque
Traditional and fusion food
Les Tufs
Savoyard restaurant & bar at the bottom of the slopes in La Daille
La Casserole
Traditional savoyard restaurant in the heart of the resort

Bar's & Clubs

Petit Danois
Apres ski bar, pool tables & pub style restaurant
Val d’Isère
Bar & pub showing regular live sporting events
Moris Pub
Traditional English pub with live music
The Fall Line
Apres ski & a good time to be had.. all the time!
Après bar and restaurant right at the bottom of the slope
Superstar DJ's & Parties all season
Dick’s Tea Bar
Legendary Clubbing & Nightlife Experience