Avoriaz, a 100% ski town in the heart of the French Alps

In Avoriaz – in the heart of the French Alps – everything is allowed except cars. There is no need to remove the boards at all. Your visitors can go for coffee, lunch or dinner, to the pharmacy, supermarket, cinema or church without having to take off their skis.

The stations 100% passable and 100% sustainable. The buildings are made of wood and stone and run on environmentally friendly electric heating. Instead of cars There are horse-drawn sleighs and ambulances converted into caterpillar vehicles. able to climb mountains full of snow.

650 kilometers of slopes in Portes du Soleil

The station was inaugurated in 1966 and has 650 kilometers of slopes that take us across the Swiss border without having to take off our skis.

Ourdia Guerrouaz, spokeswoman for Avoriaz, proposes a story plan for this Christmas, less than two hours by plane from Spain. As the sun sets, the music hits and the party begins on the slopes, while the bravest can go night skiing. In addition, “for non-skiers and children, there are dozens of activities, including a dog sled ride, indoor and outdoor swimming pools or a game of bowling.” In Avoriaz, it’s complicated to get bored.” This magical and hidden enclave also houses an ice hotel: Village igloo Avoriaz, which is carefully shaped every winter and inevitably melts every spring.

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