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Why Choose to Ski in Valfréjus?

Valfréjus is located in the Haute Maurienne Vanoise ski area, in the Savoie region of south eastern France.
There are 70km of ski slopes of be explored, with 8 ski lifts interlinking the ski area surrounding Valfréjus. The ski area is spans altitudes of 1550m and 2737m above sea level.

The ski resort offers the perfect fusion between rural authenticity and modern technology, since 80% of the resort has been refurbished within the past four years. As such, Valfréjus offers all the advantages of a small village resort, with the benefits of a more modern, cutting-edge contemporary resort. You can get around very easily on foot, with everything you need within easy reach of your accommodation.

The resort offers all the amenities that you could need for your ski holiday, with ski schools, ski hire shops, restaurants and bars, as well as many accommodation options to ensure that you will be able to find lodging suitable for you and your needs.

A very family friendly ski resort, Valfréjus has a children’s winter garden where the little ones can learn to enjoy the joys of skiing. There is also a tobogganing area, a snow castle and a free carousel, to enjoy that kids can have just as much fun as their parents!

With a winter season that usually runs from mid-December until mid-April, Valfréjus has 25 ski slopes in the immediate area. There are 4 green slopes, 11 blue slopes, 6 red slopes and 4 black slopes. This makes the resort particularly well-equipped for intermediate skiers, but with access to slopes suitable for beginners and expert skiers alike.

The Haute Maurienne Vanoise ski area is made up of Valfréjus, La Norma, Aussois, Val Cenis, Bessans and Bonneval sur Arc. These ski resorts accumulate to 350 km of pistes, so if you opt for the Espace Haute Maurienne Vanoise ski pass, you can gain access to a much larger winter playground to explore.

Valfréjus is equidistant between Turin (1 hour 40 minutes by car), Grenoble (2 hours 10 minutes by car) and Chambéry airports (1 hour 25 minutes by car), which makes Valfréjus very easily reachable by plane and transfer.