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Summer skiing in Tignes is coming

Summer skiing in Tignes is coming

With 8.5 metres of snow in winter 2017/18, the glacier in Tignes is in great condition for summer skiing from 23rd June to 5th August 2018. The Grande Motte glacier will have 20km of runs open for skiers and snowboarders to enjoy and the Perce-Neige funicular from Tignes Val Claret will be open from 7.15am to 1 pm. Lift passes will cost 25 euros a day to ski or snowboard on the glacier.

Pedestrians can also use the funicular to gain a little altitude on a hot summer's day, enjoy a drink and breath-taking 180° views on the terrace of the mountain restaurant, Le Panoramic. Pedestrians access from 23rd June to 31st August 2018 and will cost 10 euros round trip for an adult, 5 euros for a child.

From 23rd - 29th June, the following lifts will be open : Funicular, Vanoise chairlift, Rosolin ski lift and Panoramique chairlift.  From 30th June - 5th August, in addition to the lifts above : ski lift 3500, Corniche 1&2, Snowpark.

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Summer skiing in Tignes

Summer skiing in Tignes


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