Ski resorts in the French Alps

France boasts some fantastic high altitude resorts and some of the best skiing in the Alps. Our ski specialists have put together these resort guides to give you an insider view of our French resorts.

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Courchevel 1850 resort guide

A favourite with the rich and famous, Courchevel 1850 is the ultimate chic resort at the heart of the vast and varied Three Valleys, offering fabulous skiing for all levels, as well as superb shopping and dining.

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Courchevel 1650 resort guide

The quieter resort of Courchevel Moriond (1650) offers some of the best skiing in the whole of the Trois Vallées. It is fast establishing itself as a resort in its own right, with a much more mountain village feel.

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Megève resort guide

Since it was founded in 1914 by Baroness de Rothschild, when it became a mecca for French aristocracy, Megève has retained its exclusivity, and with its close proximity to Geneva and fabulous skiing, it remains a popular choice for both French and international skiers.

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Méribel resort guide

The central resort of the magnificent Three Valleys ski area, Méribel is comprised of a lively main village and surrounding satellites. Here you’ll find limitless skiing to suit all levels, and an après-ski scene to match.

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Val d’Isère resort guide

One of the most popular resorts in the Alps, Val d’Isère is a lively little town to please all kinds of skier, with lots to do, plenty of fine dining on offer, a fantastic ski area including the slopes in Tignes.

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Verbier resort guide

Set in a south-facing bowl, enjoying all day sunshine, Verbier is famous for its immensely varied, snowsure ski terrain and spectacular scenery.

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