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Valfréjus – a small ski resort with lots to offer Valfréjus (1550 m)

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There are two reasons why the small winter sports resort of Valfréjus is particularly popular with younger visitors – firstly because it is one of the more reasonably priced resorts in the French Alps and secondly, because of the varied après-ski entertainment on offer at the end of the day in this delightful chalet village. But Valfréjus is equally popular with families and skiers looking for the opportunity to relax – they love the resort’s friendly atmosphere, just right for a pleasant and relaxed holiday experience.

As far as skiing is concerned, visitors to Valfréjus will be spoilt for choice – the resort boasts a total of 65 kilometres of pistes of varying levels of difficulty as well as excellent deep snow, off-piste and mogul runs. And if these are not enough, the ski areas Valloire/Valmeinier and La Norma, just a short distance away, offer a further 150 and 65 kilometres of piste respectively. Skiers from Valfréjus can also directly access the vast Les Trois Vallées ski area via the nearby Orelle ski station.

Ski resort Valfréjus Detailed information:

  • Cross-country skiing
  • Floodlight slope
  • Halfpipe
  • Snowpark
  • Ski school
  • Ski kindergarten
  • Day nursery
  • Cinema
  • Restaurant
  • Indoor swimming pool
  • Heated outdoor swimming pool
  • Ice rink
  • Disco
  • Bar
  • Sport shop
  • Toboggan run
  • Supermarket
  • Bank
  • Cashpoint
  • Wellness

Further information

Après-ski activities to suit every taste

This small winter sports resort has a delightfully authentic charm with its traditional Savoyard-style chalets, so typical of this area. Its traffic-free centre and the fact that nowhere is very far are further good reasons to spend a holiday here and it has the added advantage that it is possible to ski right down almost onto the café terraces as the centre of the resort forms a horseshoe around the bottom of the chairlift.

One of the things visitors to Valfréjus really love is that there is plenty to do in this small resort in the evenings. It has a wide range of restaurants, serving both regional specialities and international cuisine, and several bars in which to enjoy some well-deserved après-ski relaxation. There is also lots going on during the day and a wide variety of leisure activities on offer away from the slopes. Enjoy a leisurely stroll around the local shops or maybe try something a bit more active, such as a snowshoe hike, ice-skating or ice-climbing. For a really special treat, there is also the chance to go on a night-time sleigh ride on Valfréjus’ 2 kilometre-long toboggan run - great fun!. The tourist office in Valfréjus also offers excursions to the nearby border area between France and Italy.

Ski passes Valfréjus

For every ski pass purchased through us, you will receive the below mentioned discount.

La Norma - Valfréjus
05-11
Discount
137,00 €
-10,00 € -
12-74
Discount
167,00 €
-10,00 €
Age La Norma - Valfréjus Discount
05-11 137,00 € -10,00 €
12-74 167,00 € -10,00 €
  • Official ski pass prices in EUR
  • Ski passes are paid for at the same time as the rest of your booking (no deposit required!).
  • Ski passes with different duration are available on request.
  • Ski passes can be cancelled or modified at any time prior to the start of your holiday.
  • Ski passes for those 5 years old and younger free of charge (only available on site, ID required).
  • Ski passes for ages 76 and over free of charge (only available on site, ID required).
  • Discounted family ski passes are available on site (ID required).
  • Within the booked period, your ski pass (if valid for 6 days or more) can be used in the "Eskimo" network of ski runs for 1 day each in Aussois, Val Cenis (snow conditions permitting, information avaliable from the local lift ticket offices).
  • Within the booked period, a ski pass valid for 6 days or more will also offer discounts on day rover tickets in Trois Vallées (reached via Orelle and subject to snow conditions, information on which is available at the local lift ticket offices).
  • The ski pass insurance in case of illness or injury is not included in the price. Some skipass insurance policies cover even if the ski area closes due to the bad weather (at least 50% over a longer period). Further information, prices and conditions are available at all ticket offices of the lift companies or on the internet at www.carreneige.com. Claims for reimbursement otherwise cannot be guaranteed.
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Valfréjus 159 Accommodations

  • free
  • special offer
  • on request
  • occupied
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