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Where to ski with guaranteed snow this spring?

Published on: 30 Mar 2023
Le Levanna Hotel

Spring signals the beginning of longer and warmer days but also the end of the winter ski season. However, with six weeks of fun left, this time is the perfect opportunity to indulge in a final mountain getaway with many spring activities on offer.

Ski and snow sports enthusiasts have just a few weeks left to enjoy the abundant snow covering the high-altitude resorts and take advantage of end-of-season deals.

We have prepared a selection of top resorts in the Alps to make the most of your spring mountain vacation.

Finish the ski season with a spark!

The end of the ski season in the Alps is always a popular event for many holidaymakers who enjoy the long days and the wildlife.

The charming region of Savoie in the Alps is home to some of the best ski resorts in the world. With a vast ski area located above 2000m, resorts such as Tignes, Val d’Isère, La Plagne and Les Arcs offer very sought-after skiing conditions. Whether you are an experienced skier or a beginner, you will find slopes adapted to all levels with quality snow cover leading right up to May.

Tignes, which culminates at 3456 meters

All the resorts go all out to put on a show during those last weeks of the season with a flurry of festivals and cultural activities.

Tignes delights skiers thanks to the quality of its high-altitude ski area, peaking at 3,456 metres. Thanks to its Grande Motte glacier, the resort allows holidaymakers to ski in excellent conditions in one of the largest in the world, with 300 kilometres of marked runs and 154 lifts. Snow conditions are excellent, with an average of 300 centimetres of snow throughout the year. The resort also offers plenty of off-piste skiing and snowboarding opportunities for more experienced skiers, supervised by ESF ski instructors, who always give the best advice, including reaching the best high-altitude restaurants. The resort also enjoys a good reputation for après-ski pleasures with warm restaurants and animated bars to party, not forgetting its brand new concert/club hall, the Strike, with its international line-up.

There are a number of premium hotels ideally located at the bottom of the slopes in Tignes 2100: Le Village Montana is a majestic 4* hotel with a wide choice of rooms for family comfort and three restaurants to vary the culinary options as well as a fully equipped spa with an outdoor pool.

Le Levanna, a 4* chalet-hotel with authentic wooden charm and offers an equally warm and intimate setting with a wonderful view of the Tignes lake, several restaurants and a lovely terrace overlooking the slopes.

What’s on: Spring Break Tignes, 3 weeks of festive and sports events
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Tignes – closing 7 May

Val d’Isère snow and high standing

The lovely Val d’Isère village offers a wide range of ski and snowboard runs for all levels, as well as stunning views of the surrounding mountains. The resort also caters to the more athletic skiers who want to explore the valley and its challenging runs, including the famous Face de Bellevarde, testing the pros during World Cup runs.

You’ll find traditional high-standing chalets made of wood, stone and slate for an authentic Savoie ski holiday.

Recently renovated, the Chalet Thovex welcomes guests with bright and charming communal lounges for fireside dining and six comfortable bedrooms, all decorated with premium materials and rustic beauty. There is also a wooden Nordic bath outside to relax while admiring the mountain.

The Chalet Husky is an architectural marvel with seven suites and recreational and sporting activities including an archery range, a climbing wall, and a private spa with pool and sauna and massage room.

What’s on: « Dernières Traces » Parties, International adventure film festival and end of season concerts/events.

Val d’Isère – closing 1st May

La Plagne, the family resort

La Plagne is a family resort, with many beginner and intermediate runs, but also more unusual activities such as a bobsleigh run and ice climbing walls. The resort is part of the aptly named Paradiski ski area (along with Les Arcs) also catering to freestyle skiers and snowboarders. The resort has an excellent ski school, making it an ideal choice for families with young children. The resorts of La Plagne and Les Arcs are popular for off-piste skiing, with plenty of space to explore the beautiful backcountry.

Enjoy the 4* comfort of the Carlina Hotel, with its many choices of rooms (including family options with connecting rooms), its magnificent terrace overlooking the valley, its gourmet restaurants and spa with swimming pool and sauna, not forgetting the wellness and treatment area.

What’s on: Ski, fun and other sports festivals, Subli’cimes. Trekking Challenge, Super slalom.

La Plagne – Closing on 29th April

Les Arcs

What’s on: Sport events, Spring week, Archi Design conference, Mountain Freak Music festival, La Folie Douce electro nights…

Children: Easter egg hunt Kids Disco.

The Taj-I Mah 5* hotel is the place to enjoy a relaxing holiday. Guests will appreciate the comprehensive service to spend a carefree time in the mountains and the spectacular view of the entire resort and the surrounding sceneries.

Les Arcs – closing 29th April

The Alpe d’Huez

Located in the Isère region and surrounded by the Écrins National Park, the resort of l’Alpe d’Huez is renowned for its sunny weather (300 days/year) and its long, winding slopes, making it the preferred resort for intermediate and advanced skiers. Located only 60 km from Grenoble, this easily-accessible resort has also been awarded the “Famille Plus” label for its family-friendly facilities. The resort has 250 kilometres of marked slopes, as well as a wide range of snow sports including snowboarding. Alpe d’Huez is also home to Europe’s longest black run, the 16-kilometre Sarenne. The resort delights holidaymakers looking for après-ski fun, or leisure activities including an ice rink and a cinema.

What’s on: Tomorrowland electro festival, Positiv Winter music festival, Sports (Géant de la Sarenne, Sarenne Snowbike, Coupe de la fédération…)
The Daria-I Nor 5* hotel is a real haven of softness with its 800m2 spa and its gastronomic restaurant.

Alpe d’Huez – closing 23th April

Whichever high-altitude resort wins you over, spring skiing in the Alps is the guarantee to enjoy great snow conditions, warmer weather and lots of sunshine…The perfect way to end the ski season with the extra spark brought to you by Les Etincelles.

Derniers arrivés, premiers servis

All our accommodations welcome you with a dedicated service to allow you to ski from the get-go

Our teams will be happy to help you organise your holiday by taking care of your reservations in advance:

  • your transfers from the station or airport,
  • your ski passes (getting you the best deals)
  • your equipment (rented or purchased) available in our ski lounges or with our partner shops on your arrival.

You can be sure to have a carefree holiday with friends or family and make the most of the beautiful mountain season.

Let our team book you into your favourite leisure activities so that you don’t miss a beat, including cultural and sporting events.

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