Val d’Isère

Val d’Isère is committed to the preservation of the eagle

When Charles Diebold chose the eagle as Val d’Isère’s emblem in 1934, he couldn’t have imagined that one day it would become an endangered species. Today, Val d’Isère’s support for the “Save Your Logo” foundation is a sign of its commitment to saving the eagle and preserving the biodiversity of the planet.

Preservation programmes have been drawn up and are closely monitored by a pilot committee comprised of corporate and community representatives. This operation epitomizes the council’s environmental policy which also includes a carbon footprint survey, a charter for sustainable development and a wide range of eco-friendly initiatives…

Val d’Isère: a benchmark tourist destination and a structured economic development (cost effective expansion, ethically responsible and total respect for the environment).

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About Val d’Isère

With over 150 kilometres of pistes and acres of legendary off-piste terrain, Val d’Isère has a well-earned reputation as one of the world’s greatest winter sports destinations.The skiing and boarding in Val d’Isère are second to none. Combined with the resort’s natural charm, its restaurants, top-class shopping and buzzing après ski scene, they make Val d’Isère a compelling choice for winter sports lovers of all ages.Together with the neighbouring resort of Tignes, Val d’Isère is part of the Espace Killy, one of the largest and most exciting skiable areas in the world. The ski area of Val d’Isère itself is made up of three regions: le Solaise in the centre, le Fornet with its wealth of off-piste opportunities, and Bellevarde, with its links across to Tignes.