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Information about the ski area
Le Grand Domaine
|Highest point:||2,550 m|
|Lowest point:||1,250 m|
|Altitude ski resort:||1,400 m|
|Lifts in total:||56|
|Pistes in total:||165 km|
|Ski routes:||7 km|
Le Grand Domaine
Ski vacations Valmorel - simply charming!
Le Grand DomaineJust below the impressive Col de la Madeleine and located directly on the piste lay the uprising resorts of the Grand Domaine at approx. 1,400 m altitude. The sunny locations and perfect access to the ski areas are the main characteristics for these rustic mountain villages. Due to the interconnection of smaller ski areas to the Grand Domaine you have access to 165 km of piste for pure enjoyment. 56 modern lifts guarantee fast and comfortable ascents to the perfect locations in the ski area. After a long day on the pistes you can enjoy mostly cosy après ski away from all the every-day stress.
Valmorel offers the ideal combination of Austrian "Gemütlichkeit" and French functionality. The traffic-free centre, with its typically Savoyard architecture, small boutiques, cosy taverns and rustic guest houses, spreads a hint of Mediterranean flair while just a few metres away the piste ends directly in the village. The quaint apartment accommodations, built with a lot of natural stone and wood, are located all around the centre with easy access to the piste. The attractive skiing area, offering 153 km of piste, leaves no wish unfulfilled. Valmorel – simply charming! In front of the "Massiv de la Lauzière" and the "Cheval Noir" (2,832 m), Valmorel (1,400 m) is located not far from the famous "Trois Vallées".
The award-winning resort with its charming stone and wood chalets was designed in the style of an original mountain village. The picturesque houses, narrow lanes, gateways and squares offer a cosy charm that is hard to find elsewhere in the French Alps. During the day you can experience a laid-back charm, and in the evenings there are some cosy pubs and discos to pass time. Those who prefer to let the day come to a cosy end, can also try some of the quaint restaurants and mountain huts for some regional specialities.