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Resort Information  STE FOY TARENTAISE 

Ste Foy Tarentaise is a small, quiet, uncrowded resort set in the French Alps, in the charming traditional Savoyard style of wood and stone chalets and apartments. The resorts quietness and the safety of its pistes make it relatively good for families, though the more major resorts of Val D’Isere, Tignes, Les Arcs, La Plagne and la Rosiere are still within reach for those in a car. Whilst the village and hamlets of Ste Foy date back to the Middle Ages, the resort itself relatively new, opening in 1990, and is popular with intermediate, advanced and off-piste skiers, however, recent developments have aimed to make the mountain more accessible to skiers of all abilities. Ste-Foy offers about 35km of pistes, with 5 lifts, and is very well suited to intermediate skiers. Snow is reasonably reliable on the north facing slopes, which range from 1550-2620m. As a relatively quite resort, there are no crowds, and the ski area covered by the lifts offers safe powder skiing, whilst those daring enough to venture off piste can ski in one of three patrolled, avalanche controlled zones, and enjoy the broad bowl, wooded slopes, and breath-taking off-piste runs. Skiers with cars can also travel to Val D’Isere, Tignes, Les Arcs, La Plagne or La Rosiere, where skiing costs around €22 for a day if you present a 6 day Ste-Foy pass.

Resort Statistics




Grade1 - 4 - 8 - 3

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Nearest Airports?

Chambéry 135Km

Grenoble 200Km

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