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Combined, Superdévoluy and La Joue du Loup offer 100 km of slopes. Their ambiances set them apart. While a club spirit reigns at Superdévoluy, the neighbouring La Joue du Loup has a cosy atmosphere with beautiful traditional wooden chalets. And Le Dévoluy has its own local character, too.
La Foux D’Allos
At the spring of the Verdon and on the threshold of Mercantour National Park, Val d’Allos forms two sister resorts (Le Seignus and La Foux). The slopes snake through the larch forests at this family destination. Wellness meets leisure for all levels and all tastes.
Established in 1907 on the France-Italy border, this resort fuses the charm and character of a mountain village with the immensity of the La Voie Lactée international ski area shared with Sestriere and San Sicario (Italy). Included in the Turin Olympic Games in 2006, Montgenèvre now boasts a series of ski runs covering more than 400 km and crossing into Italy.
An international destination, from the Col du Galibier to Briançon, this major Hautes-Alpes ski resort and its many villages combine exceptional skiing and premium services with a Club Med resort, a wide range of hotels and a host of après-ski offerings, including Grands Bains.
At an elevation of 2 000m, in the midst of a mountain ‘cirque’, the Isola 2000 slopes are the highest in Alpes-Maritimes. The ultimate freestyle resort, it boasts a range of fun facilities and is always on the lookout for thrills and new developments. And let’s not forget the views over the Mediterranean Sea from the peak of Sisteron.
Vars/Risoul, together, they make up the Forêt Blanche area: a vast larch forest and 185 km of marked runs, making it one of the biggest and most beautiful ski areas in Alpes French South. Vars is the ultimate ‘speed resort’ with its legendary speed skiing slope. Risoul is more intimate with a reputation for friendliness and the good life.