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Conditions of the ski slopes

Resort Closed
Total Ski Slopes
150 km.
Snow Build-up
0 - 0 cm.

Ready to know the French Alps? The Tignes ski resort is located at 2.100 meters altitude and has tracks that reach up to 3.450 meters, guaranteeing good quality snow and more considering that it has one of the best skiable glaciers in the world, Le Grande Motte.


Tignes is also one of the most famous destinations among the Spanish for skiing in the Alps. The reason is simple, together with Val d'Isère form the Espace Killy, one of the best and most beautiful skiable domains in the world, with 300 skiable kilometers and 1,900 meters of altitude difference.


It is a station with excellent snow conditions and offers some of the best 'outside tracks' in the world. In addition, almost all accommodations are at the foot of the slopes.


As we have previously commented, La Grande Motte is the famous Tignes glacier. This offers tracks up to 3450 meters with a dream snow and spectacular descents back to Val Claret. Also from Val Claret you can access the slopes of West Tignes, in the area of ​​Col du Palet. From Col de Palet, tracks and lifts connect with the area of ​​Le Lac and up to l'Aiguille Percé at 2750 meters.


From the Aiguille Percé the longest descents of Tignes originate by a spectacular terrain until the villages of Tignes les Brevières and Les Bosses, with more than 1000 meters of difference.


Why ski in Tignes?


This station in the French Alps offers a ski area of ​​150 km, whatever the level of skiing or snowboard, the possibilities in these tracks are endless.


In Tignes you will find a total of 6 green tracks (with free lifts) and 33 blue tracks, to have a first contact with the snow and slide through it little by little. For the more experienced snowboarders, the Tignes ski resort offers 19 red slopes and 16 black slopes, World Cup slopes to enjoy a perfect ski day or snow.


An innovative station that is always up-to-date and offers varied and original activities such as diving under ice, skating, ice circuits, ski-joering, paragliding, climbing, sledding with dogs, vtt in the snow, snowmobiles, karting on ice, heliski ...


Tignes can be proud of his station because ... there is snow in summer! Thanks to the Grande Motte glacier blue, red and black tracks will make you enjoy this winter sport in the months of June, July and August.


From Esquiades.com we believe that all these aspects have to be verified by oneself and discover why it is worth skiing in Tignes. So check our ski offers in Tignes and enjoy a ski weekend of ten.


Height Difference: 1900 meters (3450 m - 1550 m)

87 Slopes:


  • 3 green.
  • 40 blue.
  • 16 red.
  • 8 black.
  • 20 cross-country ski slopes or ski mountaineering




  • 3 Cables.
  • 25 Chairlifts.
  • 18 Ski lifts.
  • 115 Artificial snow cannons.




  • Burn Big Airbag.
  • Boardercross.
  • Half Pipe.
  • Free Ride.
  • Gliss'Park.
  • Swowpark.
  • Quarte.
  • Half Pipe.
  • Bumps.


The espace Killy Tignes Val d’Isère is an incredible wintersport recreation playground where skiers and boarders love to visit their slopes. The skiable area comprises 300 kilometres of ski runs located at altitudes ranging between 1,550 metres and 3,450 metres, with also several different levels of difficulty:

  • 22 green 
  • 68 blue 
  • 39 red 
  • 26 black 

In addition to these runs:

- 9 Slalom stadiums
- 1 Mogul field
- 2 Snowparks
- 1 Gliss’park

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Last snow:   05-05-2019
Cm. Last snow:   9 cm
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from Valladolid
Skied on March 19 2016
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You have very well attended on the slopes and lifts parks and the town is beautiful with its landscape
The après-ski does not exist, if there is lousy Prices, beloved by insignificantes.no understand that things have apartments inside are a shame to spend the night on the street and charge you like you're a marquis


Skied on January 30 2016
The whole ski area including val d seire
Some runs didn't get attention
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