Skiing

One of the best things about Chalet des Cimes is you are surrounded by a number of world class ski resorts. 

The Sainte Foy ski resort is the closest and is truly fantastic – small but friendly, lively but not too lively (so you can’t get too led astray apres-ski!). It offers skiing for all abilities.

Sainte Foy is probably best known for its incredible off-piste but there is also plenty of great piste skiing & is very safe for kids. Often talked about as a ‘hidden gem’ or the ‘best kept secret in the Alps’ a trip here will soon make you realise why.   Visit the tourist board here for full information on what the resort has to offer.

Access to the resort of Sainte Foy
The centre of the resort is easily reached by the free ski shuttle bus that stops at the end of the road just 50m from the front door.

Alternatively it’s a 3 minute drive or a 15 minute walk up hill. Parking is ample in the resort.

If you are a good skier you can ski off piste right back to the chalet at the end of the day – on a powder day its amazing!  

Take a look at our helpful information for details on ski passes, ski school and more.

Close to World Class Ski Resorts

The resort of Sainte Foy is on the doorstep however the should you want to try somewhere new or venture further afield during your stay, there are several other world class resorts to choose from.

A weeks Sainte Foy ski pass entitles you to discounted passes to the following resorts:

Les Arcs – whole circuit can be accessd via Villaroger (10 minute drive).  Turn left just before Ste Foy village & follow the road & signs.
Tignes/Val d’Isere (Espace Killy) - best to access via Tignes les Brevieres - 10 min drive. Turn right off main mountain road up to Val D'Isere, drive through the village as far as can go till you find the car park at the end. Park here & walk to cable car. Lift passes at lift.
La Rosière – Very sunny (South facing resort) from where you can ski into Italy for lunch or maybe just an espresso!
La Plagne – Slightly further afield about 30 minutes. Although you can ski all the way there from Les Arc via Villaroger.

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