European Ski Resorts A-Z

La Tania, France

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 (1260-3230m - 3 Valleys)



 (600km - 3 Valleys)


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La Tania itself isn't high, but its shady local slopes hold their snow well and access to the rest of the 3 Valleys is straightforward. La Tania also has lots of woodland runs, a valuable asset in bad weather.


Snow-making covers the main home runs but is not comprehensive.

Where to ski in bad weather:

La Tania is the perfect base in bad weather or visibility. with the best woodland terrain in the entire 3 Valleys and lots of trees immediately above the resort.

Where to head in poor snow conditions:

The high Combe de Saulire bowl above Courchevel 1850 can be reached on skis from La Tania in under 30 minutes, and often has the best snow on this side of the 3 Valleys,. 


Otherwise, Val Thorens is one of the most reliable resorts for snow in the Alps, but it requires at least 75 minutes' skiing time to get there.

La Tania is one of our:


Top 10 weather-proof ski resorts - Europe