Skieurs, boarders and telemarkers alike will revel in the powder just yards from the pistes or amongst the trees, which lasts for days thanks to its north-west facing slopes.
Take a guide to explore one of the renowned off-piste routes to the deserted farming hamlet of Le Monal, or the infamous 1700 m vertical descent of the north face of Fogliettaz…
News and new developments in your SKI AREA in Sainte Foy Tarentaise :
For your comfort and to improve your Sainte Foy skiing experience we are introducing several new features this winter
– New piste signage
– A new real-time display at the ticket office integrated with led repeat displays (960x640mm) at the bottom of each lift, to give you up to the minute information on lift opening/closure and piste availability
– An improved anti-avalanche protection system (catex) which will help minimise the delays in opening the resort and improve safety
– Extended snowmaking facilities for the Marquise lift sector and also on the lower slopes of the Aiguille lift sector
– New piste-basher
– Panoramic tables
This winter, at the Col de l’Aiguille (2620m) skiers can find panoramic tables showing the surrounding summits. A breath-taking point of view!
Ski tips for your safety: