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At Tignes, you can ski before and after everyone else. That’s the motto of this large resort, which offers summer glacier skiing and a winter season stretching from September to May. With 150 kilometres of runs and such a long season, Tignes really does have something for everyone, but intermediate and advanced skiers are especially served. Freestylers and riders will also feel at home, since Tignes was one of France’s first resorts to promote alternative ski culture and continues to welcome it with open arms.
Projected Opening Ski Season: 29/09/2012
Projected Closing Ski Season: 12/05/2013
Pros: great skiing huge area. great nightlife (free bus home)
Cons: espace killy pass is expensive. some lifts need modernising.
Pros: really good offpist
Cons: too quiet at night
Pros: great run - loads to do
Cons: cost of food shops & Germans who Q jump
Overall OK. Snow was a bit better than a few years ago when there last. However service leaves a lot to be desired, not very family orientated either and the doggie do... [! full_review
Les boisses, Tiges, Tignes le Lac, Val Claret