Tignes is an immensely popular destination and with its altitude and glacier access benefits from one of the best snow records and longest seasons you will find. As a purpose built resort you won’t find chocolate box Alpine settings but you will find a very practical resort bursting with activities. On snow Tignes has it all, great beginners slopes, miles of sweeping pistes and for the advanced amongst you some great steep runs, off piste and parks. Off the snow there are plenty of facilities for children, sports centres, pool, shopping, restaurants and a very lively apres ski scene that will keep you awake until the early hours. A firm favourite with skiers and snowboarders from all nations Tignes provides affordable high altitude winter fun.

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The Ski Area

Along with Val D’Isere, Tignes makes up the classic Espace Killy ski area. With plenty of runs for all abilities it is arguable that intermediate and advanced skiers will get the most out of this area. Our advice is to buy a full area pass and profit from the endless sweeping blues and reds that will keep you travelling all day long or if you are feeling adventurous hire a guide and access this area’s truly epic off piste terrain.

Number of lifts in Espace Killy: 85
Total km’s of piste: 300

Transfer Times and Advice

Tignes transfer times (approximate times based on normal road conditions)

Geneva 3 hours
Lyon 3 hours
Grenoble 2 hours 45 minutes
Chambery 2 hours 15 minutes

Tignes can be reached easily from Geneva, Lyon, Grenoble and Chambery airports. If you are travelling on a Saturday, particularly at high season, then be prepared for traffic. The main road into the region supports access to many ski resorts so whilst Tignes maybe the final destination the combined volume of traffic from all the resorts can be very significant. The local authorities monitor the motorway at Moutiers and use traffic lights to ‘pulse’ the traffic as it leaves the motorway to enter the Tarentaise valley, so delays are possible here at the weekends. For your departure we would recommend leaving resort as early as possible. On a Saturday the notorious Bourg St Maurice bottleneck can be difficult. Departing through here before the majority is a winning tactic, even if you end up with a little extra time at the airport.