Altispace chairlift, Valmorel The ski resort of Valmorel is located in the heart of the Tarentaise mountain range at the foot of the Col de la Madeleine. The resort has an exceptional panorama with unobstructed views of the Mont Blanc range and the Lauzière. It is a resort that has preserved the charm of a mountain village with its traditional Savoyard chalets built of stone, wood and slate. Everything here is in harmony with nature.

Its ski area is suitable for all levels of skier. It has several dedicated beginner areas, wide open areas for ski-trekking and off-piste skiing and snowzones for new ski resort activities such as boarder cross, snowboard cross and free style skiing). Valmorel, Doucy Combelouvière and Celliers, along with the neighbouring ski resort of Saint François Longchamp, which is just the other side of the Col de la Madeleine, make up the Grand Domaine.

Non-skiers can enjoy a wide range of outdoor activities such as snow-shoe hiking, snake gliss or airboard.

Downhill skiing

  • Maximum altitude: 2550 m
  • Minimum altitude: 1300 m
  • Number of ski lifts: 32 (gondola lifts: 3, chairlifts: 9, drag lifts: 19, carpet lifts: 1)
  • Number of ski runs: 53 (black: 5, red: 11, blue: 23, green: 14)
  • Total distance: 95 km
  • Dedicated activity areas: 2 (boarder cross: 1, snow park: 1)
  • Piste map

Cross-country skiing

  • Number of runs: 17 (black: 2, red: 1, blue: 7, green: 7)
  • Total distance: 41 km
  • Piste map

Dates for 2021-22 winter season

  • Opening: Saturday 18 December 2021
  • Closing: Monday 18 April 2022

Distance by car

  • Chambéry to Valmorel: 88 kilometres (55 miles). Estimated time: 1 hour 11 minutes
  • Grenoble to Valmorel: 118 kilometres (73 miles). Estimated time: 1 hour 27 minutes
  • Lyon to Valmorel: 193 kilometres (120 miles). Estimated time: 2 hours 9 minutes

Reduced price ski passes for Valmorel

Official website of the resort

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