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France - winter holidays in France

France is an ideal winter holiday destination. Snowee offers a wide range of ski and snowboard trips to France. We chose France as the main destination for our skiing and snowboarding trips for a reason. It is in France that we find the largest ski resorts at the best price. The French are the undisputed leader in the number of routes. It is in France that we will find the largest ski resorts in the world - 3. Valleys (over 600 km of slopes), Les Portes du Soleil (580 km of slopes) or ParadiSki (425 km of slopes) connected by lifts. Here you will also find numerous ski resorts offering over 200 km of ski slopes. The size of ski resorts is not the only reason why France is an ideal destination for a winter holiday. Accommodation in French ski resorts is usually right on the slopes, and the French Alpine resorts offer us a whole lot of attractions: ice rink, swimming pool, shops, cafes, restaurants, clubs, discos and the most famous Apres-Ski.

Skiing in France - group ski trips to France

France is also an ideal place to organize a group ski trip. Group trips are a great form of integration. Skiing in France is a great way to go skiing - with a group of friends, family or a business trip. In France, we find a lot of accommodation facilities, which not only are close to the slopes, but also offer accommodation for a large number of people in one place. This is why France is the perfect place for a group ski trip. In large residences we will also find a place for joint entertainment and integration, and often also conference rooms and other rooms ideally suited to the integration of small and large groups. Skiing trips to France are therefore a solution not only for individual customers looking for rest, but also for groups of friends, groups of friends, families with children or incentive trips for companies. Snowee specializes in organizing this type of trips. Write to us and we will prepare a tailor-made offer for you, so that it would be a dream group skiing trip to France for you.

Snowboarding in France - group snowboarding trips to France  

France is known for great conditions for group snowboard trips. France is the cradle of snowboarding. It was here in the 70s and 80s that you could see groups of the first snowboarders. Numerous snowparks, boardercross, airbags, i.e. cushions for practicing evolution and, above all, freeride make France the best place to go snowboarding. Snowboard trips to France are not only fun to ride on and off the slopes, but also a great way to spend your free time on the slopes. It is in France that the cradle of apres-ski. Snowboard trips to France are an opportunity to spend a great time with friends - numerous pubs, restaurants, pubs and clubs will make a snowboarding trip to France an unforgettable experience. Snowboarding in France is also a good choice because of the conditions for off-piste skiing - there are a lot of great resorts for freeride - Chamonix, La Grave Montgenevre, Serre Chevalier, Alpe d'Huez, Les Deux Alpes, La Plagne, Les Arcs - the names of these centers are certainly not strange to those who prefer off-road driving. France is a freeride and snowboarding paradise!

France ski resorts - where to ski and snowboard in France

Where is the best place to go skiing and snowboarding in France? France is the place where we will find the most ski super resorts in the world. It is here that there are a lot of resorts where the number of routes connected by lifts exceeds 200 km. Large French ski resorts could be exchanged for a long time. The most important of them include:

Three Valleys - the largest ski resort in the world (over 600 km of routes), which consists of valleys: Val Thorens / Les Menuires, Méribel / and Courchevel.

Les Portes du Soleil - 580 km of slopes, center located on the border of France and Switzerland, which consists of the villages of: Morzine, Avoriaz, Les Gets, Châtel, Morgins and Champéry.

Via Lattea - 400 km of routes, a center on the border between France and Italy, consisting of the villages of: Sestriere, Sauze d'Oulx, San Sicario, Claviere, Montgenèvre.

Les Sybelles - located in the Maurienne region of France, of which it consists 310 km of slopes and which consists of: Le Corbier, La Toussuire, Les Bottière, St Colomban des Villards, St Sorlin, St Jean d'Arves.

Tignes / Val d & #8217; Isère - once called Espace Killy, a resort having 300 km of slopes and consisting of two centers - Tignes and Val d & #8217; Isère.

Le Grand Massif - 265 km of slopes, consists of the villages of Flaine, Les Carroz, Morillon, Samoëns and Sixt.

Megève / Saint-Gervais - 263 km of slopes, consists of the town of Megève, St. Gervais St. Nicolas de Veroce, Combloux and La Giettaz.

Serre Chevalier 250 km of routes, interestingly located resort, consisting of a larger city which is Briançon / and the towns of Chantemerle, Villeneuve-la-Salle, Le Monêtier-les-Bains.

Les Deux Alpes (Les 2 Alpes or L2A) - 225 km of slopes, one of our favorite ski resorts in France.

Alpe d & #8217; Huez (ADH) - 250 km of routes, is next to L2A, in 2021 the center is to be connected to L2A, which in total will give 475 km trass.

Paradiski - La Plagne and Les Arcs, is one of the largest ski resorts in France and the world (425 km of routes).

La Forêt Blanche - a white forest, a beautiful resort consisting of two centers Vars and Risoul, having together 185 km of slopes.

Espace Lumière - 180 km, routes consisting of Pra Loup Val d'Allos.

France - skiing and snowboarding trips to France

Why skiing and snowboarding in France?

France is the largest ski resorts in the world. It is in France that we will find a whole bunch of resorts whose total number exceeds the magical number of 200 km. France is also the cradle of apres-ski - world-famous events that take place right after the slope. Skiing and snowboarding in France are also characterized by the proximity of the residence to the slopes - it is here that we are most often accommodated on the slope or right next to it. There are plenty of reasons why skiing and snowboarding in France are unique - come and you'll find out!

Which ski and snowboard resorts in France are the best?

France has a lot of great ski resorts. It is difficult to clearly determine which ski resorts in France are the best. Val Thorens (Three Valleys) is one of the most awarded ski resorts in the world. Three times in a row, Val Thorens has been chosen the best ski resort in the world (World & #8217; s Ski Awards). The Three Valleys are also the largest ski resort in the world connected by lifts. In addition, the attention deserves also: Les Deux Alpes (Les 2 Alpes), Alpe d'Huez, Vars-Risoul, Orelle.

What is the weather like in France in winter?

A lot depends on the month in which we will go on our ski and snowboard holiday to France. In general, the weather in France is much better during most of the season than in Austria, for example. It is much easier to hit in France on a beautiful sunny day. There are ski resorts, such as Alpe d'Huez, which have over 300 sunny days a year! However, if we want to increase our chances and make our dream skiing and snowboarding trip to France like a fairy tale, Snowee recommends going to France at the end of March or in April.

When is the best time to go to France for skiing and snowboarding?

It cannot be clearly determined what the best time is for Skiing trip and snowboarding to France. Each month of winter will offer us something different. December is the beginning of the season and often a lot of rainfall. It is also the time when we will find relatively low prices for a high standard of accommodation. January and February are more snowy months. We recommend them especially to those who like to go down. In turn, March and April are the sunniest months in France. Due to the end of the season, the largest snow cover also occurs here.

Is France a good place for skiing and snowboarding?

The best! France is a huge ski resort with hundreds of kilometers of slopes. France is also a very high alpine village, which allows us accommodation almost on the slopes or right next to it. France is an ideal place for skiing and snowboarding also thanks to the great and consistently modernized infrastructure. The French take care of the ski resorts and invest a lot so that we can enjoy the latest lifts, snowy slopes and perfectly prepared slopes.