You have a good skiing/snowboarding level and want to find out at a glance all about the Tignes & Val d’Isère ski area on and off the pistes together with other European Snow Pride guests?
Our option “Tignes & Val d’Isère Exploration” is tailored for you. In the company of an experienced and fully qualified instructor of our partner ski school (Evolution2), you will safely explore our huge and beautiful ski area in groups with other European Snow Pride guests on your first day of skiing (Sunday).
Although groups for this option are led by proper Evolution2 ski or snowboard instructors, our option “Tignes & Val d’Isère Exploration” is not a ski/snowboard lesson. If you do style or technical mistakes, these won’t be corrected.
On your first day of skiing (Sunday) our ski instructors will lead you through the whole Tignes & Val d’Isère ski area to enjoy the best spots, according to the snow, the weather conditions and the time in the day. After a whole day of exploration, the Tignes & Val d’Isère ski area will have not secret for you.
This activity requires a good skiing/snowboarding level. You must be able to easily go down a black or bumpy piste and have good skills in deep snow/off piste too.
Your level will be assessed by our ski/snowboard instructors. If you don’t have the required level and want to ski together with other European Snow Pride participants, you will be proposed to join our ski school and take intermediate lessons, by just having to pay for the difference between the price of both options.
12 people max. per group.
You must have a good skiing /snowboarding level to book this option. This option is NOT a ski/snowboard lesson.
|Sunday||from 10:00 to 17:00
Break for lunch (lunch not included).
Booking in advance on our web site is strongly recommended. Limited places!
When booked on site at our Customer Service : +10€ (places subject to availability)
The meeting point of our option "Tignes & Val d'Isère exploration" is located in front of the restaurant Pepe200, close to the Tufs chair lift, in the upper part of Val Claret, after the "place du Curling".