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Andrew Underwood
Posted: 21/03/17
Tignes de lac
Overall rating: 5 stars
Andrew Underwood
Visited: March 2017

Great resort, loads of snow, and very good instruction through Evolution 2. We stayed at Mark Warner's Chalet Hotel Percey. The hotel was good save for the lack of a pool all week. Also I advise against booking lift passes through Mark Warner as they refused to deal with a day's refund in the resort (piste closure due to heavy snow) when the lift office in Tignes said they could not refund as the booking had been through Mark Warner. Frustrating.

Slopes:
5 stars
Accommodation:
4 stars
Eating:
5 stars
Apres:
5 stars
Value for money:
5 stars
Ian Elwes
Posted: 13/02/17
January/February 2017
Overall rating: 4 stars
Ian Elwes
Visited: January 2017

Tignes is an ugly resort split into a number of separate villages, the looks are slowly improving but Val Claret will never be a beauty and the Bec Rouge is an eye sore. However the skiing is fantastically good, the lifts from all the villages are close so at most you are a 5 minute walk from a lift and much of the accommodation is ski in ski out and the bus service makes it really easy to get around between the villages. This time I stayed in VC in an apartment 3 minutes walk from Les Tuffs lift so very convenient and after a snow fall almost Ski in Ski out. Lots of snow so fresh tracks pretty much every day and the mid week Wednesday was perfect – blue sky and 10 cms of fresh snow. Skied most of the well known off piste on the way to La Fornet. If you want the convenient excellent skiing of Espace Killy where all abilities are catered for with good relatively easy runs back to the villages then Tignes is possibly a better choice than Val d’Isere although I love both.

Slopes:
5 stars
Accommodation:
3 stars
Eating:
4 stars
Apres:
3 stars
Value for money:
4 stars
Clare Rogers
Posted: 12/02/17
Tignes never fails to delight
Overall rating: 5 stars
Clare Rogers
Visited: January 2017

Tignes, as always was stunning. Reports of 'no snow' didn't ring true - we found plenty of snow, including off piste. Off piste, it was skied out but cold temperatures kept it firm and fun to ski. Once the snow came we were in for a treat. We finished the 2 weeks with 3 sunny powder days. I can't wait to be back for more.

Slopes:
5 stars
Accommodation:
5 stars
Eating:
5 stars
Apres:
5 stars
Value for money:
4 stars
Bruce Robinson
Posted: 23/12/16
Snow sure and powder stashes.
Overall rating: 4 stars
Bruce Robinson
Visited: December 2016

Snow showers were plentiful in November over Europe but sparse in december such that pistes became icy and hard pack . But, on a trip to Tignes Val Claret with snoworks.com staying at the Mark Warner Chalet Hotel L'Ecrin, our snoworks instructors , Tristan and Dave , managed to find powder stashes on the West face of the Borsat range . This accessed via a short walk from the top of the Borsat lift, and a long traverse across two couliors . More powder was accessed in the Chardonnay couloirs again via short walks . The Ecrin is a well built, Savoyarde wood chalet with three floors , the staff are friendly, and the food , not outstanding, but well cooked. The bedrooms are nicely furnished , warm ( thermostatically controlled), and clean with shower /bath ensuite. Eating out can be pizzas, mexican, indian , thai, -all are here. Apres ski is not that prominent as in Val D Isere - best to make your own at the bar with friends. As with Val D, Tignes is pricey depending on where you stay - Self catering - cheap, plenty value stores for food, lift tickets = 269 Euros for an Espace Killy pass - my tip - buy on-line before you get there on the www.tignes.net website. If you don't like the Tour ops transfers , use a cheap airline nearer to home and use www.altibus.com for the bus transfer from Geneva = 97.75 Euros return GVA - TIGNES VAL CLARET.

Slopes:
5 stars
Accommodation:
4 stars
Eating:
5 stars
Apres:
3 stars
Value for money:
3 stars
Len Higson
Posted: 07/02/16
(Nearly) As Good as it gets?
Overall rating: 4 stars
Len Higson
Visited: January 2016

Very good snow, blue skies and sunshine. Le Nevada accommodation / spa excellent. Touches of "Fast Food" in Val Claret - otherwise pretty good + convenient to lifts & slopes.

Tips: Bus service very good. Check out the public lifts for boot comfortable transfer between levels in resort.

But ... Chambery Airport on a Saturday is a bottleneck / nightmare - despite best endeavors of airport staff etc. Grumpy Pilots. Be Prepared!

Slopes:
5 stars
Accommodation:
5 stars
Eating:
4 stars
Apres:
4 stars
Value for money:
4 stars
Oscar Everard
Posted: 27/01/16
Magnificent snow
Overall rating: 4 stars
Oscar Everard
Visited: January 2016

Following the big dump of a couple of weeks back, the slopes and off-piste in the Espace Killy were in excellent condition last week (w/c 16th Jan). Some hard pistes into the bottom of Brevieres (first time I've seen a ski instructor struggle...though he was on off-piste skis) but deep and fresh powder off piste and plenty of terrain with minimal tracks. Resort was fairly quiet except on the couple of flat light days when everyone heads for the trees. High winds kept the Grand Motte closed until Friday but otherwise most lifts / pistes were open.

Slopes:
5 stars
Accommodation:
5 stars
Eating:
4 stars
Apres:
4 stars
Value for money:
4 stars
Ken Lim
Posted: 23/01/16
Grrrrreat
Overall rating: 5 stars
Ken Lim
Visited: January 2016

Stayed in Tignes Le Lac (first time in the Espace Killy). Great area with lots of snow, although the first few days were perishingly cold, followed by great sunshine. We were a couple of intermediate mainly on piste (with a bit of tame off piste) - the resort was ideal for us with great long wide runs. We preferred the runs in Tignes compared to Val d'Isere on the basis that they were more consistently graded. Pistes were excellently maintained, some of them re-pisted in the afternoon. Particular favourites were the runs from the top of Toviere into Val Claret & La Daille and the long runs into Tignes 1550. Great reds were double M, Chardons / Pavot, Arcelle and OK (the last 2 are in VDI). Great blues were Creux, Diebold, Gratalu, Combe and Rhodendron. The green Vert in VDI was also good. If you're not up to coming down the infamous black Face in VDI, do not try the blue Santons - it is truly dire with a very narrow half pipe peppered with terrified beginners and early intermediates (who have been misled that it's a blue), followed by a tediously flat run into town - no shame in downloading on the Olympic cable car.
Catering wise, not as expensive as I thought. Sharing a pizza and 2 drinks was 10E each up on the mountains. In VDI the prices weren't any different. You could share a 16E lasagne between 2 - the portion was enormous. Drinks in Tignes was also reasonable - happy hour was costing 3.5 - 4E for a pint of Stella; about 6E otherwise. This was certainly considerably cheaper than all the other top French resorts I've been to. Follie Douce in VDI worth a visit.
If there was anything to criticise of Tignes, there are - green runs in Tignes are short and isolated from each other (VDI much better for beginners), flat portions do not have a tow rope (i.e. the old beginners lifts before magic carpets were invented) to minimise poling (unlike some other resorts) and a long way from Geneva.
Will certainly return to this great resort!

Slopes:
5 stars
Accommodation:
4 stars
Eating:
5 stars
Apres:
5 stars
Value for money:
5 stars
Mike Oglethorpe
Posted: 27/12/15
Great week with the last of the decent snow
Overall rating: 5 stars
Mike Oglethorpe
Visited: December 2015

We skied in the week before Christmas which I think was a wise move, as by the end of the week, many of the pistes were only thinly covered with snow (apart from the obvious, higher glacier runs). It was our first time in Tignes and we were very pleasantly surprised at the facilities and extent of the Espace Killy - even the 'legendary' Folie Deuce which certainly wouldn't have been somewhere I'd have frequented normally, but what a place!
The pisteurs did a marvellous job every night, keeping the slopes pristine, I think I'll be going back to Tignes.

Slopes:
4 stars
Accommodation:
5 stars
Eating:
4 stars
Apres:
4 stars
Value for money:
5 stars
Ken Mitchell
Posted: 27/12/15
Off piste with Evolution2 guide Kev Herbert
Overall rating: 5 stars
Ken Mitchell
Visited: December 2015

Just back from Tignes over Xmas 2015 week. On arrival, was dreading the week due to lack of snow and viewing web-cam on Thursday before departure. Booked in with Kev Herbert for the 2 days off-piste and frankly, it was fantastic. Kev rightly explained that if expecting powder skiing pack skis away. Following on from the reality check, he produced 2 fabulous off-piste days in the Chardonnet, Borsat and Sache bowls, finding excellent (considering the conditions) snow, throwing in some valuable avalanche/transceiver training (very welcome) in challenging conditions. His guiding and instruction (paying attention to detail) was excellent and was greatly appreciated by myself and my wife. I think the ski-club Evolution2 link up is an excellent benefit to ski-club membership. Ken M.

Slopes:
5 stars
Accommodation:
4 stars
Eating:
4 stars
Apres:
4 stars
Value for money:
5 stars
Lloyd Dawes
Posted: 17/01/15
Tignes off piste progression
Overall rating: 3 stars
Lloyd Dawes
Visited: January 2015

Just finished one week with the Ski Club on the off piste progression course, staying in the Mark Warner chalet hotel L'Aiguille. Challenging skiing but Pascal our excellent mountain guide made the very best of the conditions available. Thee hotel rooms were basic but comfortable with great beds. Shame high temperatures during the night meant we had to leave the external door open. The food was of variable quality and most definitely not enough after a hard days skiing. The wines were frankly appalling with only two being barely drinkable. Come on Mark Warner - you can get a decent Apellation Controllee bottle of wine for under EUR1.5 from the local supermarket.

Slopes:
5 stars
Accommodation:
3 stars
Eating:
2 stars
Apres:
4 stars
Value for money:
3 stars
Paul Margetts
Posted: 31/12/14
Au revoir Espace Killy
Overall rating: 1 star
Paul Margetts
Visited: December 2014

I love Tignes and Val and have visited most seasons during the past 10 years. However after the petulant protectionism by the French authorities spurred into action by the despicable ESF to ban ski guiding by Ski Club, I have booked 2 trips to Austria for the 2015 season, so that I can ski with a Ski Club leader when I choose.
I hope that the French come to regret their pathetic action when British skiers take their business elsewhere.

Slopes:
5 stars
Accommodation:
3 stars
Eating:
4 stars
Apres:
2 stars
Value for money:
3 stars
Dimas Streich
Posted: 15/12/14
Little snow but good slopes and freerides
Overall rating: 4 stars
Dimas Streich
Visited: December 2014

Every eary December we are going to french Alpes, alterning between Tignes and Les Deux Alpes. My favourite is Tignes.
This year there was only 10 slopes opened all at the glaciar, and many people up there. Despite of this the snow was good and there are plenty of free rides!

Slopes:
4 stars
Accommodation:
4 stars
Eating:
4 stars
Apres:
4 stars
Value for money:
4 stars
Martyn Waller
Posted: 29/03/14
Cracking resort!
Overall rating: 5 stars
Martyn Waller
Visited: March 2014

I love the Espace Killy ski area and have skied it quite a lot, however, this time was the 1st time making use of the SCGB Leader service. I was in Tignes for 2 weeks and skied with 3 Leaders over the course of my stay and they each took me to areas I had not skied before and thanks to their in depth knowledge of the resort we had some great skiing despite challenging conditions. Thanks to David Morgan, Gary Hickman and Gerry Aitken for a cracking time! Even with my good knowledge of the resort I would not have had such good skiing as I did with those guys, their knowledge of the resort and not forgetting the other members!

Tignes has something for everyone, although beginners may struggle a little. The ski area is vast, especially when you take advantage of the wider Espace Killy. It's high altitude means there is always good snow to be found even when nearby resorts may be suffering and if you take advantage of the Leaders service you'll be taken to the best of the best.

The lift system is very good and due to the multiple lifts out of resort you can always get up and skiing quickly and easily.

The free bus service around the resort is superb and gives easy access betwen the main areas of Val Claret, Le Lac and Lavache til late at night. There is a wide range of bars and restaurants so off the piste the "something for everyone" theme continues.

I've stayed in Val D'Isere mainly before but think it will be Tjgnes for me in the future.

This time we stayed in a very basic apartment by private arranegment so I have opted not to rate accommodation as we opted for basic and that is what we got. Tignes has a wide range of accomodation available to suit most budgets

Slopes:
5 stars
Eating:
5 stars
Apres:
4 stars
Value for money:
4 stars
Claire Gunn
Posted: 23/03/14
Claire Gunn
Overall rating: 5 stars
Claire Gunn
Visited: March 2014

Tignes has become my second home. I have been three times so far this season. The conditions have been very different on each occasion. Always plenty of snow even though on the last visit in early March it was spring skiing. There is such a variety of skiing in Tignes and I am still exploring new areas thanks to the wonderful ski club leaders.

Slopes:
5 stars
Accommodation:
5 stars
Eating:
5 stars
Apres:
5 stars
Value for money:
5 stars
Jason Frost
Posted: 03/03/14
Getting to know it well now
Overall rating: 4 stars
Jason Frost
Visited: February 2014

Our second trip to Tignes in the 2014 season.

The resort has everything for the intermediate skier. Great variety of runs and plenty of them - enough to run the legs out every day.

This time we went with Crystal and stayed in the Hotel Diva in Val Claret. Crystal staff and their childcare were top class - truly great customer service. The kids club really tried hard to make the best holiday for our little one 4 y.o., even working with the ski schools to get him best matched to his ability and make sure that he had a greattime.

Hotel Diva is in a great location. We had a large room overlooking the slopes and were probably lucky in this regard. The buffet style restaurant was pretty high standard fare and we like the fact that they would store your unfinished wine (yes - true!) for the next evening.

We flew to Chambery this time (first time there). Whilst the transfer times are shorter, we did discover the potential problem - Chambery is a little prone to getting fogged in. This meant chaos at the airport for our return flight with thousands of people packed in with no-where to go/sit. We were lucky that our flight was scheduled to land after the fog had cleared (midday), so we only had about 1 hr delay. Those on the earlier morning flights were in more trouble.....as planes either had been diverted or not sent - a Dublin flight was rescheduled for 7 in the evening!!! Maybe Geneva is not so bad after all.... Might consider driving next year.
Another plus for Crystal at the airport - they had a dedicated room with childcare staff to entertain the kids...it was rammed, but the kids were well looked after.

Lift tickets for kids 5 and above are pretty pricey, so maybe next year we'll go somewhere else.

As for nightlife...with a 4 y.o...not critical on our list, so we really couldn't comment much - I just don't think Val Claret is party central (just what we wanted).

Slopes:
5 stars
Accommodation:
5 stars
Eating:
4 stars
Apres:
2 stars
Value for money:
3 stars
Ailsa Leach
Posted: 23/02/14
Ailsa Leach
Overall rating: 5 stars
Ailsa Leach
Visited: February 2014

Dave Beacham was the ski club leader, he was very well versed in what the slopes had to offer in Tigens and Val d'Isere. I joined him for both the advanced/off piste days, and would say that the level of terrain chosen for those attending was very appropriate. The group management was also good, with transceivers available and a refresher of how to use them.Good experience thanks.

Slopes:
5 stars
Accommodation:
4 stars
Eating:
5 stars
Apres:
3 stars
Value for money:
4 stars
Julian Elliott
Posted: 23/02/14
Great snow in Feb 2014
Overall rating: 4 stars
Julian Elliott
Visited: February 2014

Stayed in Tignes for a week in Feb.
Went out with the ski club rep (Tom Jarman) on 3 of the days I was in resort. Tom did an exceptional job of finding the best off piste powder to make the most of the varied conditions.
I stayed with Mark Warner (Hauts de Toviere - good value but basic - see tripadvisor for reviews).
Easy to find the ski club meeting point (at Tignes le Lac, near Hotel Levanna / maison de Tignes every other day and on the other days at Val Claret, at the Funicular ).
There were two Ski Club GB reps in the resort when I was there which meant that there was a natural fast/slow, on piste/off piste split most days which was great.
Overall, the lift system at Tignes and Val d'Isere is slowly getting upgraded - the aeroski gondola is now called Toviere and holds more people per car and even has seats !!!
Still a few week points /bottlenecks in the lift system, particularly if you are staying in Tignes 1800 / Breviere as you come up to Le Lac in the morning.
But overall, tremendous and vast areas of piste and accessible off piste.
Which makes this place one of the top resorts in the world (but maybe not for architecture ;-)

Slopes:
5 stars
Accommodation:
3 stars
Eating:
4 stars
Apres:
3 stars
Value for money:
4 stars
Marie Robson
Posted: 21/01/14
Marie Robson
Overall rating: 5 stars
Marie Robson
Visited: January 2014

We spent a week in Tignes from 4.1.14 to 11.1.14 and prior to the holiday we were not members of the Ski Club. We met a couple who were members and we went for a taster day with the Ski club and joined ! The guides for the week were Rob Greatbach and Dale . We spent days with both and had a great time. They were both extremely knowledgable about the area and looked after everyone well in the group. We had the opportunity to have a day with a guide off piste through the ski club and this was a fantastic day. It was the best thing we did to join the ski club and look forward to our next holiday where we can ski with the club again ! Rob and Dale are a credit to the ski club and invaluable !

Mariie and John Robson

Slopes:
5 stars
Accommodation:
4 stars
Eating:
4 stars
Apres:
3 stars
Value for money:
3 stars
Jason Frost
Posted: 06/01/14
White Christmas
Overall rating: 4 stars
Jason Frost
Visited: December 2013

We stayed in Tignes le Lac over the Christmas week with Mark Warner in the refurbished Aiguille Percee.
The hotel has certainly improved considerably as a result of its' refurb. We had a mezzanine room on the 5th floor for us and the 4 y.o. and it was huge. It's a great location, just a 100metres from the slope and the Mark Warner childcare was as usual excellent (if not the best we've had with them). They really made an effort with the kids, it being Christmas week (Santa's grotto and all that).
Our only grumble was the 30 minute wait to offload Val D'Isere guest from our coach on the incoming transfer, which after 3hr+ coach ride wasn't fun. I expect Mark Warner to have learnt from this experience and sort it out going forwards.
The pistes were well looked after and generally in good shape. By day 3 we were needing some new snow and it came! Despite a big dump on Christmas and Boxing Day, the pisteurs worked their magic overnight and come morning were in great shape.
We had some high winds, which closed a few lifts (Toviere), which can curtail things a bit, but you can always work around that.
Another tip with Mark Warner is perhaps to not book the ski hire with them as they use intersport, which is located a bit of a trek away from the hotel. In hindsight, I've have used one of the closer shops myself......worth a thought......
Overall, a great week, made so mainly because of the great childcare with MW.

Slopes:
4 stars
Accommodation:
5 stars
Eating:
5 stars
Apres:
4 stars
Value for money:
4 stars
Peter Lees
Posted: 23/12/13
More Ski - Less Apres
Overall rating: 5 stars
Peter Lees
Visited: December 2013

Stayed at the newly refurbished L'Aiguille Percee. This large, Mark Warner operated, Chalet Hotel is now in tip-top condition and hosts an excellent spa with "resistance" swimming pool, sauna and stream room. Matt and his team do a faultless job. Excellent food and great friendly service. Tignes is not renowned for its nightlife but for those looking for a "quieter" family holiday without the night clubs and rowdy bars this hotel/resort offers an excellent alternative to neighbouring Val d'Isere, for those that want more skiing than late nights.

In resort Ski Club leader, Steve, was first class. Very knowledgeable on the best areas, patient with the slower skiers and prepared to burn-it-up with the fast boys (and even faster girls)!

All in all a great week.

The only downside to be aware of is the gruelling transfer times from Geneva/Grenoble. Try and get Chambray if available.

Slopes:
5 stars
Accommodation:
5 stars
Eating:
5 stars
Apres:
1 star
Value for money:
5 stars
Alice Armstrong
Posted: 21/12/13
Ski Club Leaders Course 2013
Overall rating: 5 stars
Alice Armstrong
Visited: December 2013

What an amazing course. Awesome people, great instruction, fantastic resort, beautiful hotel. Thank you Ski Club GB!

Slopes:
5 stars
Accommodation:
5 stars
Eating:
5 stars
Apres:
5 stars
Value for money:
5 stars
La Fornet
La Fornet
Mandy and me
Mandy and me
ready to go
ready to go
Team North Face
Team North Face
Deirdre Philpott
Posted: 21/12/13
Pre refresher warm up and leaders refresher.
Overall rating: 4 stars
Deirdre Philpott
Visited: December 2013

Tignes has improved since i last visited, with an excellent new sports centre. It is still a bit bleak. Access to the skiing is of course excellent an only a couplr of lifts now needreplacement.
The two hotels Pacquis and Levanna were both comfortable and attractive.y renovated.
Breakfast was good in both, dinner in the Pacquis offered more choice but quality was variable.staff were more friendly in the Pacquis.
Leaders social hour in the Alpaca is lively and welcoming.
Instruction on the pre refresher was brilliant ; two excellent Snoworks instructors. Great tips and new insights.
Despite positive review I Really think you should return the refresher to its former timetable of April.

Slopes:
4 stars
Accommodation:
3 stars
Eating:
3 stars
Apres:
3 stars
Value for money:
4 stars
Alison Dunstan
Posted: 16/03/13
Best ski guide
Overall rating: 5 stars
Alison Dunstan
Visited: March 2013

Just returned from the most fantastic holiday in Tignes. We joined ski club when we were in resort as we skied with a guide on the first day as a taster and loved it. I have to say that Vicky was the most fab ski guide and we also skied with David in Tignes who was equally good.
Thanks you both for making our holiday.

Alli

Slopes:
5 stars
Accommodation:
2 stars
Eating:
5 stars
Apres:
5 stars
Value for money:
3 stars
Andrew Poodle
Posted: 14/01/13
Leader's Course 2012
Overall rating: 5 stars
Andrew Poodle
Visited: December 2012

Long time since I was at Tignes, the funicular was still being built when I was there last.

Fantastic snow, fantastic off-piste.

Slopes:
4 stars
Accommodation:
4 stars
Eating:
4 stars
Apres:
4 stars
Value for money:
4 stars
Graham Webber
Posted: 18/12/12
Best in Europe?
Overall rating: 5 stars
Graham Webber
Visited: January 2012

The week before we set off on our annual 'pilgramage' to Tignes a friend sent us a picture of him and his dog on the green pastures above Val Claret. Despite this unpromising start the heavens opened and dumped loads of white stuff just in time for our New Year holiday. My partner and I come here every year. Why? Because Tignes offers anyone who is intermediate or better the best skiing you'll find in Europe. Whatever you're after, it's here in spades! Groomed cruisers, testing blacks alongside some of the best easy access off piste you can find. True, Tignes isn't 'chocolate box' or the liveliest apres scene but if you want to ski, fill your boots!

Slopes:
5 stars
Accommodation:
4 stars
Eating:
3 stars
Apres:
3 stars
Value for money:
5 stars
Carolyn Penney
Posted: 03/12/12
Tignes
Overall rating: 5 stars
Carolyn Penney
Visited: October 2012

Skied round the lake on cross country skis just this October! Snow on glacier great. Must be even better now. Roll on Christmas ski trip!

Slopes:
5 stars
Accommodation:
5 stars
Eating:
5 stars
Apres:
5 stars
Value for money:
5 stars
Tignes October 2012
Tignes October 2012
Graham Webber
Posted: 31/07/12
Graham Webber
Overall rating: 5 stars
Graham Webber
Visited: January 2012

Tignes remains the resort we go back to year after year and with good reason. The snow is about as sure as you're going to get, off piste is easily accessible and the lift system is second to none. Yes, it can seem a bit expensive compared to other resorts but I'd rather go once to Tignes in a season than twice to some 'B' list competitors. If the budget is tight there are ways of keeping costs down and all you have to do is ask the seasonnaires where the relative bargains can be found. I can't wait for our next trip and have yet to be disappointed.

Slopes:
5 stars
Accommodation:
3 stars
Eating:
3 stars
Apres:
3 stars
Value for money:
5 stars
Ian Bruce
Posted: 21/03/10
Tignes review
Ian Bruce

Just returned from a week in Tignes Le Lac. Great ski area and easy to find your way around to cover the terrain. Pretty quiet on a night so not for those wanting a party every night.


Stayed at Hotel Tignes 2100 which was pretty basic but well situated for the lifts. Val Claret has more to do on a night and there is an excellent bus service - free - which runs all through the night.


Not a pretty place by any means but loads of skiing for all ability levels. Pistes well maintained but needs more snow now.

Steve Coombs
Posted: 21/12/09
Tignes review
Steve Coombs

Having booked a week, from 13th December in Les Brevieres, which is fairly low down, I was a little hesitant as to how much snow there would be. I was pleasantly surprised in that it was easily possible to ski back to the resort.
Les Brevieres is a good choice for someone on a tight budget, especially if you self drive, but I would be wary of lesson availability outside of peak periods. ESF arranged a daily minibus to take students up to Tignes Le Lac as there were insufficient numbers to open the Les Brevieres school.
There is a good bubble and a chair lift out of the resort with one more chair and a short downhill ski to reach Le Lac.
We were easily able to ski to the far end of the Espace Killy area and back in a day so the remote location did not hamper us.
There are a few bars and restaurants for those wanting to enjoy some time out and also a Sherpa supermarket for those on self catering arrangements.
Access by car is easy and there is ample free parking, which is a rarity as you get further up the mountain. We had snowchains but did not need them, despite a fair amount of snow the day before we left.
I would return but probably only in higher season as ski school is important for my daughter.
The Espace Killy area as a whole was very good, with a range of lifts and pistes. I did find a few flat areas in Tignes that were a frustration to the boarders and those of us pushing young children but on the whole the variety was good.
I was surprised just how much further it was to drive than the 3 Valleys resorts but the extra miles were all very easy on a Sunday. I believe that Saturdays are a very different story with long queues.

Malcolm Turner
Posted: 24/08/09
Tignes review
Malcolm Turner

I’ve just spent three days (21-23 August) summer skiing in Tignes. On the whole I was disappointed. Tignes bills itself as the "Capital of summer skiing" and its official website - www.tignes.co.uk - makes the following claim: "...great summer skiing; 16 ski lifts and over 20 kilometres (130 hectares) of runs & a vertical drop of over 750 m, gives you plenty to do. For the summer ski season, the Glacier will be open from 20 June until 30 August 2009 & then reopens late in September."


When I bought my ski pass on the first morning, the cashier gave me a more honest appraisal. She said the snow was so bad it would be wiser to buy a pass for one day only, as I might not want to come back. She was right, only a handful of lifts were operating, and there was just one long steep red run, and one short blue run, available. The red run, appropriately named Glacier, was slushy and pot-holed at the top but icy at the bottom, and the last 500 metres were like skiing over wet granite. At the very bottom we even had to cross a small stream! The locals were skilled enough to jump it, but I and others preferred to stop and then step over it. Overall the area was skiable, but only just, and hardly worth the journey. The impression I got was that Tignes is being very optimistic by staying open until the end of August. In July I went summer skiing in Les Deux Alpes where I had an altogether better experience.


I have no doubt that Tignes is a fine place to ski in winter but, based on my experience, not worth visiting in late summer.

Posted: 13/07/09
Tignes review
Ski Club member

I have skied in Tignes for two years running and as a ski resort it is definitely my favourite. I stayed in Val Claret which is an ideal location for exploring the area, and found the variety and snow quality to be first rate. I would have to say the skiing is far better than in Val as the final runs into Val are quite average and very busy.


People often mention crowding but I only experienced this in two locations, one being the final cable car up to the top of the Grande Motte and two when trying to get back from Val before closing time, otherwise we had no problems in either January or February, it is so big and they are improving the lifts all the time.


In terms of nightlife, Tignes is okay, very Dutch and Belgian based so be prepared for some Europop and poor dancing but a laugh all the same! Val is superior in this area.


I would recommend stocking up in Bourg St Maurice if you can as Tignes is expensive in places - 7 Euros for a pint of coke in one mountain restaurant! If in Val, head for Le Lavachet on the main road, a famous little bakery with affordable prices and some of the best tartiflette, cakes and hot chocloate in the world!


I will definitely go back again.

Caroline Morris-Hills
Posted: 27/01/09
Tignes review
Caroline Morris-Hills

Back from a great skiing trip to Tignes (17th - 24th jan). The snow was incredible, stayed at the Village Montana Hotel for the second time, and would recommend it highly. The food in the evening is gorgeous and ski to door is great. This is the second time we have been to Tignes and we can't fault the skiing. Some of my favourite runs were Double M, Silene (a wicked black run) and Triffolet (bumpy red over to Le Daille). Not the prettiest of resorts but the quality of pistes make up for that.

Posted: 25/01/09
Tignes review
Ski Club member

I am just back from a wonderful week's skiing in Tignes (17-24 Jan 09). There were 2 SCGB reps that week: David Morgan was the one with the friendly, lived in face, sitting quietly in the corner,with everybody around him in stitches- but don't be fooled by his kindly demeanor as he will willingly lead his group in any condition the mountain can muster....and then there was also Chris Warren. He was the one with the helmet and the enormous sack - which made riding the lift difficult but contained everything our group needed to safely go off piste! In the evening they could be found up a steep hill, in a lodge full of character (and characters) and guarded by a dog bigger than a Shetland pony, and twice as hairy - an Irish Wolfhound who answered to the name of Oscar. I was part of a wonderfully eclectic mix of characters who greatly added to the enjoyment. They ranged from a young guy who skied with socks over his hands after his gloves were stolen, to an inspirational old gentleman who had skied with Jean Claude Killy! So a big thank-you to all the acquaintances who made my holiday so memorable.

Rob Ward
Posted: 29/02/08
Tignes review
Rob Ward

Stayed at Tignes 16-23 February 2008 (half term week) and had a fantastic time. Tignes/Val is a ski paradise and should be included on anyone's 'must ski' list.

Stayed in Chalet Glacier with Crystal - ski in/out next to the Paquis and Chaudannes lifts in Le Lavachet, excellent location and food. Accomodation was adequate, but this is France so don't expect space.

For 2 euros you can ski the timed slalom run in the La Daille valley - great fun and addictive. What DO you have to do, to get faster than 32 seconds?!

We found two jump parks and half pipes which were exciting - yes you can go down these on normal skis - feel the fear and do it anyway (then turn around and see that your 12 year old daughter has followed you down - smiling all the way :-)

Skied with the SCGB rep which was a great experience, Chris Spice found the best off-piste and I will always remember this brilliant day.

The lift queues can appear huge, but the fast 4, 6 and 8 man chairlifts mean the queues do move fast - honest.

Le Spot is well worth investigating - a large semi off-piste area. Sache is the classic long black run, but I found the bumps on Foret the most demanding.

The traffic from Lyon to the resort was appauling - but the lasting memory was of a superb holiday.

Victoria Hannigan
Posted: 26/01/08
Tignes review
Victoria Hannigan

A party of 14 of us stayed at Les Brevieres Dec 29 and New Year 2007/8 - very good value accommodation organised by Chalet Chardons.

Last in this area 23 years ago - lift system now extremely fast and well linked. Minimal or no queues, wasn't really able to explore off piste much but the pistes were all great with plenty to challenge.

A bit crowded round La Daille and need to pre-book some of the mountain resturants but plenty at Village level.

Prices reasonable.

Michael Stanbridge
Posted: 05/09/06
Tignes review
Michael Stanbridge

Wow, what could be better Tignes (and the chalet that Snowstar provided) was so good that I went twice in 2005/6. During one white out I took a guide to Sainte Foy who took me tree skiing. A brilliant resort - much improved by the architecture - the one downside - no trees, but you can go to Sainte Foy for them!

Perfect!

Paul Stokes
Posted: 01/08/06
Tignes review
Paul Stokes

We've been going to Tignes for the past three years for Xmas and I and my family love it. The skiing is great, I like the scenery and the resort is just easy to use (if you see what I mean). We use Skiolympic and I'm reluctant to change. We stay in Tignes Lavachet and a few friendly bars at most a hundred yards from skis-off ease the end of the ski day. The lifts are good (but there are a few older ones still around) and it's easy to pop over to Val for the rest of the ski area. In short, we love it.

Posted: 01/06/06
Tignes review
Ski Club member

We have stayed in Le-Lac a number of times, with friends, family and children. We have tried a number of resorts and really now stick with Val Thorens or Tignes. We like snowsure and high!! Tignes is great, has a great lift system (although it's about time a few were updated and covered - Ice moustache time!!). We tend to stay in Levanna or Larbina Hotels - Fab food and on the piste. You can find yourself completely on your own if you can pick the right route. Instead of skiing down the horrid black of trolles into le-lac, we skied piste h to val claret and skied around the back and popped out half way down palafour. we found ourselves on wicked blue's and red's completely on our own. snow is always good although a bit slushy at the end of the day in mid april coming into the village - what do you expect? Without kids, nightlife is good although did find myself asking where all the action was on a few nights and retired very thirsty before 1.00am!! I can't recommend Tignes enough. If you're unlucky enough to hit traffic from Geneva, Chambery or Lyon then you wish you'd booked Val Thorens (the first turn off from Moutiers) It can take forever to get from Albertville/Moutier to Tignes. It has taken us 7 hours before now, although in Easter 2006 on a Saturday we flew through Moutiers to Bourg without seeing another car!!! It really is that hit and miss. If you're thinking of skiing or boarding and the scenery doesn't bother you, Tignes is the place. Lets face it, how many people go to Val D'isere to ski darling luvvy??!!! There were more people in their prada suits sitting having coffee darling rather than skiing!!!! Buy an Espace Killy pass to ski the middle valley and La Daille, but don't bother going into Val d'Isere. It's a pig to get in and out - the blue is usually carnage through the gully and the snow is always slushy and at the end you have a 2 mile walk into the village!! Take the lift over the other side of Val d'Isere for some great snow and bypass the village - Tignes is much more civilised for the person who wants to ski/board rather than tan.

Posted: 30/05/06
Tignes review
Ski Club member

First skiing holiday ever, so did not know what to expect. Stayed at Hucksters Chalet in Tignes Les Breviere, operated by m2o holidays - had a wonderful time - even learned to stay upright on skis! Les Breviere is a lovely small village, stunning views from Hucksters, close to piste. Food great, staff v friendly. Good restaurants. m2o staff very helpful - will definitely go back with them!

Posted: 24/03/06
Tignes review
Ski Club member

Back from a week in Tignes (11-18 March). with our two children, aged 10 and 7. What a fantastic week.... powder to play in for most of the week, and sunshine everyday. Having not skiied in France for many years was pleasantly surprised at the helpfullness of lift operators with our children. Also staff were quick to manage queues when they arose (which wasn't often). Stayed at Le Gentiana Hotel - very comfortable, great food, good pool and sauna. Overall a brilliant week and very impressed with Tignes... 3 minor comments ... the last bus back from Val D'Isere to Tignes is at 5:30pm and you have to buy tickets from the main office in town - taxi is expensive so check the last lift times! Food at the mountain restaurants was very expensive. Best deal was the pannini bar at the Spa shop in town. Sounds a bit sad but note all the instructors in there and food was good. And lastly to mention to those with kids that the only run back to Tignes le Lac is a black run that is hard at the end of the day. We took the option of the aeroski down a few times to save tired legs. Other than that a brilliant time had by all. Good things to try were the half pipe and jumps (not just for snowbaorders) and the slalom run near to town - which the children really enjoyed. Also the Ice Grotto is worth a visit and the black down from there was quite easy (our 7 year old had no problem with it).

Posted: 20/03/06
Tignes review
Ski Club member

Just returned from Tignes les Brevieres on 18th March. Went with m2o holidays and stayed in chalet Alpey. I think we got the best week of snow all season (not gloating, honestly). I would recommend les brevieres to stay as it's so much more picturesque than the rest of the resorts, and it's only a gondola, a chair and an easy red run to get to main tignes le lac. Chalet alpey is very small, but perfectly placed near the piste and run by some great people - (thanks again, harvey and Bo for a great week!). The ski area is huge thanks to the espace killy pass which lets you try val d'isere too. if you don't fancy ski-ing the entire area, there's a good bus service from la daille over to the far side of le fornet which gives you access to the far glacier. the grande motte glacier over tignes is breathtaking and had fantastic cnow all week. only criticism is the lack of bashing on many pistes - there were a lot of moguls by the end of every day, though it does mean that moguls will never scare me ever again as I've now skied so many of them. All in all a brilliant holiday and already planning to go back there next year.

Posted: 27/02/06
Tignes review
Ski Club member

Just returned from Tignes le Lac on a family ski trip. This is 2nd time to Tignes - first time being 12 years ago. Still don't know why it is one of the top French resorts! If it didn't link to Val d'Isere there would be even less reason to go there! Icy hard packed pistes littered with stones. Full of snowboarders who are thoroughly out of control and are happy to crash into children (my daughter being one of them!) and skiers who think they are Bode Miller, who have got his speed but without the control. Not a patch on Val Thorens. Do check out the Angel Bar - very welcoming and good. Our tour operator uses Air Berlin who are without a doubt the worst airline we've ever experienced and who destroyed one of our bags and are now making it hard for us to get the stuff that was missing and damaged replaced.

Posted: 06/02/06
Tignes review
Ski Club member

Tignes: Val Claret: Le Borsat Appartments IV: 28-01-06: Good skiing/good location with all you could need on your doorstep such as gear hire-ski schools-lifts- shops-restaurants etc. Great bus service up and down the mountain free. We would take our kids back again. Le Borsat IV rooms basic but FAR TOO SMALL. Read what it says for the number of people in a room, then half it, and you would still have to get on very well indeed. No TV in room unless you pay extra, mean in my book. A great place. Went to Val Disere last year, but Tignes is much better for families-IMHO.

Posted: 05/01/06
Tignes review
Ski Club member

Just back from a week skiing over Christmas, skiing was excellent but I must admit that some of the lifts could do with some investment. Being -25 most days you really need a cover on the lifts. Some of the lifts are tediously slow and as such I was frozen by the time it reached the top. The free bus service is frequent during the day but you need to check the time table in the evening if you do not want to walk between Le Lac and Val Claret. There was so much skiing that we were only able to visit val d'sire once. As usual it snowed on the day of departure but this would only increase what was an already huge area. With lots of fresh snow the off piste availability is massive. So anybody going now have fun. Overall a really good resort and worth the long transfer.

Posted: 03/01/06
Tignes review
Ski Club member

Went to Tignes in Feb half-term 2005, usually a very busy time and was pleasantly surprised to find that the slopes were by no means to busy, and that I never had to wait longer than 10 minutes to get on a lift, most of which are quite good although the fact that hardly any of the chairlifts are covered means that it can get quite cold. I stayed in the Village Montana Hotel/Residences in Le Lac, excellent hotel, good food, very friendly staff, and ski in/ski out (you can ski straight down tho the main lift area). The snow was excellent and the skiing superb, I would definately recommend this resort to anyone.

Posted: 12/12/05
Tignes review
Ski Club member

Just returned from a week in Tignes Val Claret. Fantastic boarding and superb snow conditions. We were led to believe that the nightlife wasn't up to much and planned to go across to Val d'sere. However we found that the nightlife in val claret was excellent! Highly recommend the Fish Tank thanks to Jez and the girls for very friendly service and Crowded House for LOTS of weird shorts. Other great places to go are Blue Girl ( a bit cheesy french - but ok), The Melting Pot and Club Yorin - all great clubs. Definately back after xmas.

Posted: 17/01/05
Tignes review
Ski Club member

Just back from hols in Tignes les Brevieres - fantastic time, can't wait to book my next trip next year! Really good accommodation - stayed in Hucksters Chalet and really well looked after by the staff...so friendly and really down to earth. I'd heard Tignes was great for the snow but wasn't very picturesque - Les Brevieres though was a lovely village with good access to lifts up to Tignes.I seriously recommend it!

Posted: 15/03/04
Tignes review
Ski Club member

I'm amazed you say that Tignes has an excellent lift system.. yes in all other areas this is the ultimate resort - but unforunately they are typically French 'tight' on investing in a covered lif systems, as the Austrian's have done. By the time you get to the top of some of the mountains the windchill on the Tignes ancient lifts has rendered most skiers incapable of moving at all - when will they invest in covered new high-speed lifts, replacing 1970's slow, painfull systems?

Posted: 12/02/04
Tignes review
Ski Club member

We had a fantastic week in Tignes last season and once funds allow will go again but not to Chalet Les Airelles - live music every night in the bar directly below the family rooms. Coupled with the main door in constant use (should have been locked and the side door used)sleep was in scarce supply. Food was very poor, children's menu appalling.

Posted: 12/01/04
Tignes review
Ski Club member

The remarks about summer skiing are not encouraging and can be
misunderstood as meaning that there is no summer skiing, when in fact it's
the best in the world. The Grande Motte glacier is open from the end of
June to the end of August.

Posted: 08/04/03
Tignes review
Ski Club member

After reading your report I was very pleasantly surprised when I visited Tignes. Yes, it doesnt have the very repetative and now somewhat boring wooden chalets. It does, however, have a very unusual and erie looking landscape. The skiing in tignes was also far superior than most of Val. The snow conditions were also a lot better.

Posted: 11/03/03
Tignes review
Ski Club member

Tignes is fabulous!!! We stayed in the Hameau du Borst appartments in Val Claret which were functional enough but really small. Offically 4 people are supposed to be able to stay in these rooms, we were tripping over each other with just 3 of us. The location was good though, right next to the Prariond piste and a stones throw from Val Claret centre where the bars and resturants are. The majority of the resturants seemed to be pizzarias or savoiyard though Daffy's TexMex (Mexican) was good and the was also a small Japanesse place. Nightlife was quiet but the Fish Tank was really welcoming and the staff (a mix of Aussies, Scots and English) were always good for a laugh, just stay away from the Marmite flavoured Vodka! Sub Zero was full of Dutch on the monday night and was a scream. Not sure if it happens every monday but well worth a visit if it does, those crazy dutch guys REALLY know how to party.

Posted: 01/05/02
Tignes review
Ski Club member

This is feedback specifically from a small child's point of view. Tignes is very child friendly, most lifts are chair lifts and they are always attended with someone to help tinies on, or to slow the chair if necessary. The Aeroski steps are difficult, but access on and off the gondola is OK as it's slow enough for a little one to get off, and the surface is matting over a grating which is very non-slip. Going down is more difficult than going up, as there's limited access time. The main problem point is the Combe Folle tow, this runs to a choice of red or blue runs and looks inviting on the ski map, but it is for adults only, so tinies are left with no option but to ski down the steep and crowded Trolles black into Lac de Tignes. This spoiled my son's holiday as he was afraid of steep slopes after this. Many other families were caught out too. The favourite run was the long blue down to Les Brevieres, in suprisingly good conditions when the other Tignes runs were slushy. Another favourite was Col de Ves, the steep bit at the top is over very quickly (one fall and it's a very quick slide to the bottom of the steep part). The higher blue down from Grand Motte was another empty run, very silent and alone, away from the huge crowds on the main runs down. Joining piste L at the bottom is a shock, everyone seems to love this and there are huge crowds. The new restaurant at the start of the run to Les Brevieres was excellent, very interesting inside with good food and good facilities. We didn't use ski school, but skied briefly with a group of about 12 English 4 year olds, with Evolution 2. This class had two instructors, one to go up the lift first and collect at the top, or to follow the class down. The child we took up the lift was really enjoying himself. The bottom of the slopes were excellent in the early evening for using 'bum boards', kids were everywhere on them. There was so much to do on the snow that our kids didn't even notice there was no swimming pool.

Posted: 01/05/02
Tignes review
Ski Club member

We find Tignes Val Claret a very nice skiresort with a lot of restaurants. Further it is easy to start from this place to the whole resort including Val d'Isere. You've the whole season good snow and on the glacier it's the whole year very good skiing.

Posted: 01/05/02
Tignes review
Ski Club member

What a great resort, uncrowded pistes - and this was half term! great snow, friendly locals. This was much better than the adjoining crowded slopes of Val d'Isere. The apres ski was just right, not over the top but not really "under the weather" either. But why oh why do they run a loud generator from 1.00 am until 4.00 am every night. I had to sleep in shifts! I never did find out what caused it but the noise of this machine bounced off the mountainside back into the resort in the early hours at an irritating volume all week. By all means go to Tignes but for your own sanity don't take a room overlooking the lake if you want to sleep before taking on some wonderful powder the following day.

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