Resorts in the French Alps

There are all sorts of resorts out there for a ski holiday, just a short coach ride from your arrival station. Let us help you figure out which is the right one for you.

 

How to book: Choose your resort by clicking one of the links below and then hit 'book your train'.

 

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Courchevel
Courchevel

Courchevel is part of the vast Three Valleys ski area, so there’s enough varied terrain within reach to keep all ability levels happy for weeks.

Tignes
Tignes

Whether you’re trying snowsports for the first time, looking to ride the superpipe used in the Winter X-Games Europe, or just hoping to perfect your off-piste riding, Tignes has something to offer everyone.

Val Thorens
Val Thorens

Val Thorens lies at the top of one of the valleys, above Les Menuires and St Martin de Belleville. Generally more suited to beginner and intermediate skiing, advanced skiers have the whole of the Three Valleys at their ski tips.

Les Menuires with Eurostar
Les Menuires

Located between mighty Val Thorens and pretty St Martin-de-Belleville, and with excellent links to the Méribel Valley, Les Menuires acts as a fantastic gateway to some of the Three Valleys’ highest peaks and most varied terrain.

Les Arcs
Les Arcs

Whatever your ski or snowboard level, Les Arcs is an excellent resort – home to some of the best ski terrain in the Alps.  It also has one of the easiest and cheapest train-to-resort links  - via the funicular that runs from Bourg-St-Maurice to Arc 1600.

Val d’Isère
Val d’Isère

If you want to glam it up and be seen in one of the trendiest locations in the Alps then Val d'Isère could definitely be a resort for you.

Eurostar takes you directly to the slopes of Meribel
Méribel

With its excellent slope grooming and pretty chalet-style accommodation Méribel is one of the most popular resorts for English-speaking skiers.