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Spring Skiing in the French Alps with Live365 Partner Oxford Ski Company


Skiing in the French Alps is not just a winter affair. As the clocks ‘spring’ forward and the days grow longer, April ushers a different kind of experience – milder weather, quieter slopes, and an even more vibrant après-ski scene. With plenty of fun still to be had in the mountains, we’ve collaborated with Live365 partner Oxford Ski Company to unveil the best ski resorts and chalets, perfect for rounding up an already great season.


Skier in the French Alps

Val d’Isère


Perched high in the Tarentaise Valley in Southeast France, Val d'Isère reigns as a premier spring skiing destination, blending alpine chic with world-class slopes. Paired with Tignes, it forms the esteemed ‘Espace Killy’ ski area, boasting 300km of pistes. Towering at nearly 3,500m, it's among the Alps' most snow-sure regions. Embracing its reputation for vibrant nightlife, Val d'Isère also offers an eclectic array of après-ski spots, perfect for unwinding after exhilarating days on the slopes.


Group of skiers in Val D'isere, France


Where to Stay

Luxury Ski Chalets & Hotels


These exceptional retreats seamlessly fuse modern sophistication with the rustic allure of the French Alps, providing exquisite design and unparalleled comfort.


SLEEPS 12+1 | Catered


70 rooms & suits


SLEEPS 8+4 | Self-catered



 

Tignes


Open until May, Tignes is a beautiful resort town that welcomes skiers of all abilities to carve through its pristine slopes. Located at a high-altitude, you can expect reliable snow conditions even in late Spring months. The highest slopes are perched up on the Grande Motte glacier, a staggering 11,338 ft. high!



Where to Stay

Luxury Ski Chalets & Hotels


Nestled amidst the snow-covered peaks, this exquisite property offers guests spacious rooms adorned with the finest furnishings and magnificent mountain views.


31 Rooms & Suites


 

Méribel


Nestled in the heart of Les Trois Vallées, the world's largest linked (by ski lift) area, Méribel's enviable position makes it a fantastic base for exploring the tail-end of the season. Providing skiers unparalleled access to some of the most renowned pistes in the world, Méribel also acts as a gateway to its neighbouring resorts – from Courchevel Valley (to the East) and the Val Thorens Valley (to the West). Beyond skiing, there are plenty of activities to enjoy here, including indulging in après-ski relaxation at an array of luxurious spas, savouring delectable French cuisine at world-class dining spots, and exploring the exhilarating Parc Olympique, Méribel's crown jewel.




Where to Stay

Luxury Ski Chalets & Hotels


A stay in one of Méribel's luxury ski chalets ad hotels promises an unforgettable alpine retreat, offering an unrivalled blend of elegance, comfort and mountain charm.


SLEEPS 14+1 | Catered


SLEEPS 12 | Catered


SLEEPS 18 | Self-catered


 

Ready to start planning your trip?


Beautiful weather, fantastic skiing and incredible après-ski - what's not to love? If you would like to learn more or make an enquiry, please do not hesitate to get in touch at charter@365aviation.com.



 

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