Après Ski

Skiing & Snowboarding in Val d'Isère
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Après Ski in the French Ski Resort of Val d'Isère

Number of Bars: 37
Number of Clubs: 6

For many, Val d'Isère is considered to be the world's best ski destination and coupled with neighbouring Tignes forms the Espace Killy' ranging from 1550m to 3456m in altitude.

Val d'Isère is a firm favourite amongst the affluent, the 20-somethings, the big ski enthusiasts, and is popular with the Scandinavians, The British, and of course the French with its vibrant and varied après ski scene amongst its highlights.

Ranking highly amongst the most popular happy hours between 4-7pm are Moris Pub or Dick's Tea Bar - which turns to the town's main disco later in the evening. Also worth a check are Bananas, Café Face, The Pacific, Boubou and Bar Jacques. The young crowd head to Perdrix Blanche after skiing and the Taverne d'Alsace offers rustic surroundings and quieter après ski for a slightly older crowd.

Popular Scandinavian haunts include Victors and Petit Danois, and if you fancy keeping up with the French check out the fairly new on the scene Le Graal disco.

Val d'Isère Stats

Val d'Isère | France | Ski & Snowboarding Resort Stats:
Length of Pistes: 300km
Highest Peak: 3488
Snow Parks: 2
Cable Cars/Gondolas: 10
Chair Lifts: 46
Total Lifts: 97

Slopes

Beginner : 16% Intermediate : 44% Advanced : 25% Expert : 17%