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Ski Holidays France

Ski Holidays to France

 

Snowfinders are specialists when it comes to Ski Holidays France. ‚ÄčFrance has some of the most popular ski resorts in the world and in the main benefits from high altitude snowsure resorts offering skiing from early December to mid April and often early May.  France is a beautiful country, perfect for all types of skiier and Snowboarder alike.

Owing to ease of access, longevity of season, snow reliability and resort sizes France still remains the most popular destination country for British skiers. There’s something for everyone, whether you like lively resorts, family friendly ski holidays, or quieter spots for beginners. 

For advance skiers we have resorts such as Val d'Isere, Chamonix, Les Arcs,(1600, 1800, 1950 & 2000) etc. For intermediates we have resorts such as La Plagne, Alpe d'Huez, and Les Gets. Beginners will love Valmorel, Avoriaz, and La Rosiere. For nightlife then Val d'Isere, Meribel, Les Deuz Alpes are all great for night owls. looking for a traditional pictures postcard resort? Then look no further than Megeve, Les Gets, or St Martin be Belleville. 

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Alpe d'Huez

After the 21 hair pin bends it takes to reach this resort and upon entrance to Alpe d'Huez, the view just takes your breath away.......... and you are likely to pull the&nbs...

Beginners :
5 stars
Intermediate :
4 stars
Expert :
4 stars
Non-skier :
4 stars
Scenery:
4 stars
Night Life:
4 stars
Avoriaz

Avoriaz is a bit of a "Marmite" ski resort; you either love it or hate it, we at Snowfinders arefit into the former category. The resort was constructed in the sixties and is very much pu...

Beginners :
4 stars
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5 stars
Expert :
5 stars
Non-skier :
3 stars
Scenery:
3 stars
Night Life:
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Chamonix

Chamonix is a year round alpine town with a long history of alpine sports. People come from all over the world to ski, board and climb in this iconic resort. During the summer, Chamonix is probably...

Beginners :
2 stars
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3 stars
Expert :
5 stars
Non-skier :
5 stars
Scenery:
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Night Life:
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Champagny-en-Vanoise

An authentic Savoyard village on the edge of the Vanoise National Park, Champagny is a charming resort nestling in a forest of fir trees, ideally located for quick and easy access into the main La ...

Beginners :
4 stars
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4 stars
Expert :
3 stars
Non-skier :
1 stars
Scenery:
3 stars
Night Life:
1 stars
Chamrousse

A relatively unknown resort to British skiers, Chamrousse is suitable for beginners and intermediates with a good variety of slopes. For experts there are some testing runs and for those ...

Beginners :
5 stars
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4 stars
Expert :
2 stars
Non-skier :
2 stars
Scenery:
4 stars
Night Life:
1 stars
Chatel

A valley village in the Portes du Soleil - very traditional and really quite pretty, although som...

Beginners :
3 stars
Intermediate :
4 stars
Expert :
4 stars
Non-skier :
2 stars
Scenery:
3 stars
Night Life:
3 stars
Courchevel 1550

A more cost effective way to stay in Courchevel, 1550 is only a short gondola or chair ride away from the extensive ski area of 1850. The resort has rebranded itself "Courchevel Village" ...

Beginners :
4 stars
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5 stars
Expert :
5 stars
Non-skier :
2 stars
Scenery:
4 stars
Night Life:
1 stars
Courchevel1650

Courchevel 1650 has much more of a French village feeling about it. Named Moriond, the first lift was installed here in the 1950’s. It's not so crowded as 1850 resulting in a fr...

Beginners :
4 stars
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5 stars
Expert :
5 stars
Non-skier :
3 stars
Scenery:
3 stars
Night Life:
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Courchevel 1850

The highest of the four Courchevel villages, 1850 has long been a favourite spot for the rich and famous. Its top hotels and restaurants have always been among the most expensive in the Alps. 1850 ...

Beginners :
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5 stars
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3 stars
Scenery:
4 stars
Night Life:
4 stars
Courchevel 1300

Most of our clients only experience of Courchevel Le Praz will be on the transfer coach up the larger Courchevels.......and personally we think you're missing out. The more traditional vil...

Beginners :
4 stars
Intermediate :
5 stars
Expert :
5 stars
Non-skier :
3 stars
Scenery:
5 stars
Night Life:
2 stars
Flaine

Although some regard the resort as an eye sore, its concrete 1960s Bauhaus style has come back into vogue. Flaine offers a huge interlinked ski area; The Grand Massif. It is purpose ...

Beginners :
5 stars
Intermediate :
5 stars
Expert :
4 stars
Non-skier :
2 stars
Scenery:
4 stars
Night Life:
2 stars
La Clusaz

La Clusaz retains true French charm even though it has developed over the years into an international resort. The majority of the buildings have been built in the chalet style and blend well. Les E...

Beginners :
4 stars
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4 stars
Expert :
3 stars
Non-skier :
4 stars
Scenery:
3 stars
Night Life:
2 stars
La Plagne

La Plagne is made up of 11 villages ranging from the not so attractive and purpose built Aime 2100, to the quaint farming village of Montchavin. All of the villages are well connected by the l...

Beginners :
5 stars
Intermediate :
4 stars
Expert :
4 stars
Non-skier :
3 stars
Scenery:
4 stars
Night Life:
3 stars
La Rosiere view

NEW for 2018/19 La Rosiere will have an extra 2 chairlifts, an additional 5 pistes, and access to even more off-piste. The resort of La Rosiere is set high above the town of Bourg -St-Maurice ...

Beginners :
5 stars
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4 stars
Expert :
3 stars
Non-skier :
2 stars
Scenery:
3 stars
Night Life:
3 stars
La Tania

Whilst offering most of what’s needed for a ski holiday, La Tania is far smaller & quieter than the main Three Valley resorts. It is located within a woodland setting and a gondola takes ...

Beginners :
4 stars
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5 stars
Expert :
5 stars
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2 stars
Scenery:
3 stars
Night Life:
3 stars
Le Corbier

Le Corbier is one of a handful of little known resorts that make up the huge linked ski area of Les Sybelles. This area was only formed in 2003 so is little known to the British market. Recent inve...

Beginners :
4 stars
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4 stars
Expert :
3 stars
Non-skier :
1 stars
Scenery:
3 stars
Night Life:
1 stars
Arcs 1600

Arc 1600, A.K.A. Pierre Blanche, was the first village to be built and is set amongst trees at the top of the Funicular and overlooking the town of Bourg St Maurice. With great views over...

Beginners :
4 stars
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4 stars
Expert :
5 stars
Non-skier :
2 stars
Scenery:
3 stars
Night Life:
2 stars
Les Arcs 1800

Arc 1800 is one of four villages above Bourg St Maurice, and lies within the tree line in the middle of the Les Arcs ski area. One would not describe 1800 as a pretty resort although it has be...

Beginners :
4 stars
Intermediate :
4 stars
Expert :
5 stars
Non-skier :
2 stars
Scenery:
3 stars
Night Life:
4 stars
Arcs 1950

As a whole, the Les Arcs ski area offers a magnitude of skiing for every ability and whilst many of the surrounding villages are quite stark, 1950 has been developed to contradict this and off...

Beginners :
4 stars
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4 stars
Expert :
5 stars
Non-skier :
3 stars
Scenery:
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Night Life:
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Arcs 2000

Arc 2000 is the highest of the Les Arcs villages and the majority of the accommodation is within a few minutes walk of the piste. Links to the other resorts are excellent with the regular shuttle b...

Beginners :
4 stars
Intermediate :
4 stars
Expert :
5 stars
Non-skier :
2 stars
Scenery:
3 stars
Night Life:
2 stars