The Grande Motte glacier is due to open on September 29th 2018.
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!
*Depending on snow condition.
Tignes welcomes you as you begin your journey to learn to ski or snowboard. The "1, 2, 3… Ski Start!" programme was designed to help you learn by yourself or with the help of a professional, safely and calmly in specially created learning zones.
More information, click here.
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.
Tignes, an adaptive sports-friendly resort, more info!
Each part of the ski area is accessible, depending on the level of the skier
All the different zones of the ski area can be accessed, dependent on your level (to be used on french skilifts, the handicap ski-chair must have been agreed by STRM-TG).
To notice : Focus on detachable chairlifts.
Limited access to the following skilifts:
|Lifts||Access handicap chair||Access handicap ski-chair|
|Grande Motte Cable car||NO||NO|
*No during Winter season and Yes during Summer and Autumn
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.
Disability card holders and their accompanying adult benefit from a 50 % reduction on a public rate for the same dates, ski area and duration.