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Tignes offers around 150 kilometers of ski slopes and some of Europe’s most spectacular scenery. Non-skiers will also find plenty to keep themselves entertained. When the sun goes down there are plenty of bars, restaurants and nightspots to choose from too.

Skiing in Tignes is very vast, and with several free lifts for beginners helping the excellent local ski and snowboard schools. Advanced skiers come back year after year to try the vast array of black pistes and endless off-piste challenges skiing in Tignes has to offer. Try Mickey’s Ears, the Fingers or the Lavachet Wall for real spine tingling vertical drops.

Tignes is a resort great for all abilities, having something for everyone.

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