Snow sports facilities by resort

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Below is a useful comparison tool which lets you instantly see which resort has the right sort of facilities for you, and all without having to sift through each and every resort guide.

Using this page, you can see which resort will provide the best snowboarding and snow sport facilities for you, whether you’re an expert or a beginner. It also highlights the sorts of runs that the resort has to offer. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch. Our team of ski experts know each resort inside and out!

Alpe d'Huez - France

Skiing facilities

There are plenty of different slopes available for all abilities of skiers and snowboarders in Alpe d'Huez. The resort has over 236 km of piste, which includes 304 individual pistes, all... read more

Snowboarding facilities

Alpe d’Huez has some amazing off-piste freeriding opportunities for snowboarders. The resort itself is a great playground for those just beginning the sport, with wide and gentle slopes... read more

Arc 1800 - France

Skiing facilities

Arc 1800 is an excellent place to stay if you are with a mixed abilities group. Children and beginners are really well catered for as there are many wide, gentle, easy slopes as well as... read more

Snowboarding facilities

Arc 1800 is a bit of a snowboarder’s paradise with some great pistes and epic freeriding opportunities. There is only one snowboarding park at the resort - Apocalypse Park - which has... read more

Arc 1950 - France

Skiing facilities

Unusually, there are no officially marked green pistes at all in Arc 1950, but there are lots of blue and red runs, and runs are serviced by 42 modern lifts.

Beginners will love... read more

Snowboarding facilities

With 3 boardercross areas, a snow park and a new Rodeo Park this year, Les Arcs is great for snowboarders.

There are nuggets of boarding joy for all abilities across the board... read more

Arc 2000 - France

Skiing facilities

Les Arcs is well known to be a phenomenal beginners ski area because the accommodation in all the base villages, including Arc 2000, have doorstep skiing. All four of the villages have gentle... read more

Argentiere - France

Skiing facilities

Argentiere is one of the few ski resorts in The Alps that isn't best for beginners. There are a lot of steep runs and gentle runs are minimal. Nursery slopes and ski schools are available at... read more

Avoriaz - France

Skiing facilities

Across Avoriaz, there are some amazing ski schools, including the Avoriaz Alpine Ski & Snowboard School, which boasts... read more

Snowboarding facilities

Known to be one of Europe’s leading destinations for snowboarders – Avoriaz offers a good balance of both natural and man-made slopes, although snowboarders definitely enjoy most of... read more

Belle Plagne - France

Skiing facilities

Ski facilities are excellent in Belle Plagne with something for everyone no matter what their skiing ability level is. The huge amount of gentle blue runs mean the resort is fabulous for... read more

Skiing facilities

The resort has over 137 lifts and has slopes for all abilities, but mainly intermediates with a total of 121 blue pistes to date. Conveniently, you only need to use one lift to get onto the... read more

Chatel - France

Skiing facilities

Ski facilities from Chatel are indisputably phenomenal regardless of your ski level. Beginners can enjoy the great nursery slopes within the village and the larger focused practise area in... read more

Flaine - France

Skiing facilities

Flaine caters really well for families, especially children and has many beginners’ slopes as well as three completely free ski lifts. Once your basic skills are perfected and your confidence... read more

Snowboarding facilities

There's no getting around the fact Flaine was built for skiers because it was built before snowboarding was even thought of, so it's still got some catching up to do in terms of boarder... read more

Isola 2000 - France

Skiing facilities

Isola 2000 tends to open early December, closing late April. 
Isola 2000 is often a favourite for beginners as the doorstep nursery skiing facilities provide an instant learning... read more

La Rosiére - France

Skiing facilities

If you are travelling to La Rosiére as a beginner, the resort has a good branch of ESF ski schools – a very popular ski... read more

Snowboarding facilities

La Rosiére has some excellent opportunities for snowboarders to play. The resort’s main snowpark is 300 metres long and has a 50 metre vertical slope providing plenty of opportunities... read more

Skiing facilities

The central start point for a lot of the slopes in the resort is Grand-Bornand Chinaillon which sits at 1300 metres.

For beginners, Le Grand Bornand has some really great facilities... read more

Snowboarding facilities

Le Grand Bornand has plenty of great snowboarding facilities for all ability levels and beginners/ intermediates will particularly appreciate the wide, well-groomed pistes, as well as... read more

Les Carroz - France

Skiing facilities

The ski facilities in Les Carroz are varied but mainly comprise of blue, wooded runs. Beginners can enjoy generally empty nursery slopes and the wide selection of lovely blue runs after a bit... read more

Les Gets - France

Skiing facilities

Les Gets has made a sterling effort to make things better for beginners visiting the resort. Areas like Chavannes have been redesigned to ensure that the entire platform is great for those... read more

Les Menuires - France

Skiing facilities

Les Menuires has 34 lifts in total, including extremely speedy chairs and gondolas. The majority of its pistes are blue, making it an intermediate's paradise and there have been lots of... read more

Snowboarding facilities

Boarders have just as much reason to get excited about Les Menuires as skiers, because there's tons of fun to be had. Freeriding terrain is ample and the Three Valleys provides... read more

Meribel - France

Skiing facilities

Meribel is good for beginners, but we do recommend you get accommodation near to the nursery area if you do intend to learn here, as getting to the areas can be tricky when you're... read more

Montgenevre - France

Skiing facilities

Montgenèvre is great for all levels of skier and snowboarder with at least 20% or more of the slopes dedicated to each individual skillset, although intermediate slopes are slightly more... read more

Snowboarding facilities

The village has always had some amazing natural terrain, fantastic for gliding and carving through the snow, but after a recent revamp, it now boasts some fantastic freestyle facilities... read more

Morzine - France

Skiing facilities

There are a total of 47 lifts in Morzine and around 64 marked slopes, with the majority being either blue or red. The fact there is 650km of slopes means that everyone from first timers to... read more

Snowboarding facilities

Snowboarders are able to enjoy all of the Morzine ski area enjoyed by skiers, as well as the small terrain park in Morzine itself (Nyon Sector) and the various bigger parks across... read more

Skiing facilities

Beginners will be excited to learn in this friendly resort, with plenty of great ski schools, beginner slopes, plus dedicated learner areas. The way the lift passes have been designed means... read more

Plagne Centre - France

Skiing facilities

La Plagne centre has its own special beginners slopes and doorstep skiing, so it is really well designed for those new to the sport. You can also enjoy free lifts for beginners and take... read more

Plagne Soleil - France

Skiing facilities

With 78 modern lifts and mainly blue slopes, Plagne Soleil has some great skiing facilities. 
Soleil itself sits above Plagne Centre and has excellent access to the wider skiing... read more

Snowboarding facilities

Boarders will enjoy the masses of trails to be enjoyed within La Plagne, with its minimal flats and easy to ride lifts. 3 excellent terrain parks are also within easy reach in nearby... read more

Sainte Foy - France

Skiing facilities

Sainte Foy is still relatively undiscovered, with lots of quiet, untouched slopes and just 6 ski lifts. The ski area is mainly tree-lined and much of it is challenging however, there are... read more

Snowboarding facilities

Sainte Foy is a particularly good choice for boarders as it is uncongested, has zero flat areas and there's easy chairlift access to. Boarders will also benefit from the fresh powder... read more

Samoens - France

Skiing facilities

Samoens is a great choice for beginners new to skiing, with a huge amount of beginner’s facilities on offer in and around the resort. The majority of the best nursery ski terrain is in... read more

Serre Chevalier - France

Skiing facilities


Over 60 percent of the mountain is tree-covered which means the resort is fantastic for skiing, even when the weather is bad. 
Experts will enjoy the majority of the... read more

Val Thorens - France

Skiing facilities

The Val Thorens Resort is a snow paradise for all skiing abilities. Whether you are a skier, snowboarder, beginner or expert, the resort has plenty to offer all abilities. There are many... read more

Snowboarding facilities

Some schools across the resort offer snowboarding lessons, so if you would prefer a single board to a pair of skis, or you simply want to ‘give it a go’ then this is an option for you... read more

Valmeinier - France

Skiing facilities

Skiing in Valmeinier takes places across three main areas, all of which are around 150 km each. Beginners have plenty of beginner runs to enjoy, as well as lots of the local ski terrain which... read more