Experience the Grand Domaine (1400-2550m): 165km of slopes, 50 ski lifts and vertical drops of nearly 1300m, located between the Tarentaise and Maurienne Valleys in the French Alps. Downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, trekking, snowboarding, speed riding, sledging…if you can imagine it, you’ll find it here.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a first timer, want to try something new or are seeking the thrill of skiing on virgin snow…it’s all here waiting for you. With so many individual and group classes around the resort, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to learning a new talent or improving your skills.
The Hotel du Bourg, Valmorel, is minutes away from the first ski area of the famous Tarentaise Valley. The slopes are blessed with optimal snow - both in quality and quantity. At 1400m the resort’s special geographical location gives it significant snow cover during the whole winter. Watch this video to learn more about the specific snow situation of Valmorel
During the summer, Valmorel will appeal to all lovers of nature and fresh air. The surrounding Vanoise, Lauziere and Beaufortain mountain ranges – part of the French Alps - offer a host of activities to enjoy alone or with family and friends.
There are many ways to discover the mountains surrounding Valmorel and the alpine grasslands of Savoie. Follow the via ferrata, trek the adventure trails that originate from Valmorel village, rock climb, or ride the ski lift. Bicycles and mountain bikes can be taken on some of the ski lifts and cable cars too, so you can also explore on two wheels.
Down on the ground, try the exciting activity of canyoning in the foothills of the French Alps, or relax in the summer sun at Valmorel’s beautiful open-air swimming pool.
The Grand Domain in Summary
- 165 Km of skislopes
- 50 ski lifts
- 1250 m of vertical drop
- 315 Snow cannons
- Beginners slopes
- 4 Snowzones
The Grand Domaine is the reunion of the resorts of Valmorel, Doucy-combelouvière, Cellier and saint François de Longchamp.
Find out about the snow conditions. In real time you will learn about the snow conditions, and the weather forecast.
Access several webcams that will give you a real-time panoramic view of the resort.
Valmorel is situated at an altitude of 4600ft (1400m) and benefits from an unusually high level of snow due to its special geographic location at the entrance of the Tarentaise Valley. You’ll find interesting information about the snow conditions in Valmorel in the following video (in French): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yohDx8tXRic