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How can we say it? Size matters and France simply has the largest ski network and best variety of resorts in the world.
The French Alps are ideal for ambitious intermediates keen to clock up as many kilometres as possible on the mountain or to venture off-piste. But with 425km of terrain in the Paradiski region and a massive 600km in Les Trois Vallees, French resorts offer something for everyone, including families, groups and couples.
From traditional Savoyarde villages to modern convenient resorts, the choice is yours. Many resorts offer ski-in, ski-out accommodation that’s ideal for families and excellent crèche facilities for younger children while ‘foodie’ couples will revel in gourmet stores, Michelin star restaurants and thermal spas.
It’s no coincidence that ‘après-ski’ is a French phrase and one of the reasons that many groups are drawn to French resorts. While not quite reaching Austria’s dizzying standards, French après-ski is improving. Dance on the tables at La Folie Douce or Le Rond Point in Les Trois Vallees then relax in the comfort of your mountain home-from-home.
This winter, Topflight are offering a range of beautiful chalets in La Plagne, Val D’Isère, Méribel and Les Arcs. With a choice of contemporary or rustic style, everyone gets to enjoy great food and stunning views! The ski terrain of France’s Tarentaise and Haute Savoie regions is vast and as well as investing in modern lift systems to help you explore it, French resorts are highly innovative when it comes to non-ski activities.
If there’s a new winter sport to be invented, they will surely be the first to try it, whether it’s Tyrolean zip-wiring at 3,230 metres, mountain-biking on snow, speed-riding or learning to drive a piste-basher!
Above all, we adore the grown-up approach that the French take to winter sports – enjoy every pleasure of the mountain they say, and take responsibility for yourself while doing.
The unit of currency is the Euro.
The official language is French, with English widely understood.