Tignes & Val d'Isère link : OPEN
Tignes 1800 & Les Brévières : OPEN
Stades de Champagny
Aire débutant Val Claret
Funiculaire Perce Neige
Téléphérique de la Grande Motte
Télésiège des Lanches
Télésiège de la Vanoise
Télésiège des Tufs
Télésiège des Tommeuses
Télésiège de Tichot
Télésiège de Grattalu
Télécabine de Tovière
Tapis du Val Claret
Téléski du Lavachet
Télésiège des Merles
Télésiège Grand huit
Tapis du centre
Télécabine de la Sache
Télésiège Aiguille Perçée
Télécabine des Boisses
Tapis 1 & 2 de Tignes 1800
The Grande Motte glacier is due to open on September 30th 2017.
Each part of the ski area will then open depending on the snow falls, allowing you to ski from 3.456 m (top of the Grande Motte cable car) to 1.550m (Tignes le Brvéières village).
In all, at the peak of the season, enjoy more than 300 kms of pistes on the linked ski area of Tignes & Val d'Isère!
From September 30th 2017 to May 6th 2018, have a look to the interactive piste map to check whether your favorite pistes are open in real time!
Extract of the Tignes & Val d'Isère ski passes price list (winter 2016-2017).
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Tignes is a reference regarding its accessibility to disabled skiers: the resort hosted the Paralympics in 1992, as well as the IPC World Cup in 2015 and again in 2018.
Each part of the ski area is accessible, depending on the level of the skier
In Tignes, each piste is accessible, except the top part of the glacier ("3500", "Glacier" and "Descente" pistes) as the Grande Motte cable car isn't suitable for people in a ski-chair for safety reasons (in case of an evacuation followinf a breakdown).
The access to the Grande Motte pistes is possible thanks to the Lanches and Vanoise chairlift. The funicular is not advised because of the steps leading to the station, but it is nonetheless used by the disabled athletes who train on the glacier in fall and summer.
Lastly, the Brévières and Tignes le Lac (from Tignes 1800) areas are accessible thanks to the Brévières chairlift and the Boisses gondola (not the Sache gondola as the current gondola is too small to accommodate a ski-chair).
As for the ski passes, the Tovière sales desk located in the Maison de Tignes in Le Lac, features a special desk for disabled people accessible from the ground floor of the Maison de Tignes.
To make it even simpler, book your ski pass online and have it delivered directly to your home: www.skipass-tignes.com!
Skiers who carry a diability card (80%) as well as the person accompanying them benefit from a 50% discount on the public rate.