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Tignes Overview

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At Tignes, you can ski before and after everyone else. That’s the motto of this large resort, which offers summer glacier skiing and a winter season stretching from September to May. With 150 kilometres of runs and such a long season, Tignes really does have something for everyone, but intermediate and advanced skiers are especially served. Freestylers and riders will also feel at home, since Tignes was one of France’s first resorts to promote alternative ski culture and continues to welcome it with open arms.

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Tignes Lodging
Ski Lessons

Best Time for Snow

Total Snowfall

128cm
80cm
53cm
27cm
0cm
0cm
Nov
4cm
Dec
106cm
Jan
25cm
Feb
6cm
Mar
10cm
Apr
0cm
May
0cm
Jun

Terrain Overview

8%
Beginners Runs
44%
Intermediate Runs
27%
Advanced Runs
21%
Expert Runs
74
Runs in Total
150 km
Runs in Total
5 km
Longest Run
150 km
Skiable Terrain
175 ha
Snow Making
60 km
Snow Making

Total Lifts: 39

5
Gondolas & Trams
1
Eight Person Lifts
9
High Speed Sixes
2
High Speed Quads
6
Quad Chairs
3
Triple Chairs
13
Surface Lifts

Elevation

3450m
Summit
1900m
Vertical Drop
1550m
Base

Important Dates

October 16, 20212021/10/16

Projected Opening

May 01, 20222022/05/01

Projected Closing

215

Projected Days Open

125

Days Open Last Year

1956

Years Open

0cm

Average Snowfall
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