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Ski the Home of European Powder in France

Want your mind blown? The French Alps awaits. Home of European skiing and snowboarding, France’s alpine offerings are some of the best in the world. The possibilities in this snow paradise are overwhelming. Pick one of our top standard lodges and shred chest-deep powder and pro snow parks or drop into backcountry with a heliski adventure. We offer freeride, snowboard and freeski camps in France and can tailor a trip to suit your needs. A ski trip to France is about more than just the snow. Beyond the slopes, you’ll find Europe’s best wine and apres ski. Whatever your tastes and desires, your ideal ski trip awaits in the home of European powder, France.

Why Book With Us

LUEX offers the most extensive and best selection of snow trips worldwide.

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Our goal is that our customers can find the perfect snow trip, tailored to their needs, in one place.

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Meet your expert

Our Head of Sales travel is a true board rider. From starting out skating as a kid back home in the UK, to snowboarding in the European Alps and Canada, to chasing waves all across the globe, Mister Jenner has done it all. Now spending his time flipping between the mountains and the ocean, Martin is your go-to guy for Snow Travel and Maldives Surf Trips.

Be Aware

France is one of the most popular ski destinations out there. As a result, visitors have a lot of choice between ski operators. But so much choice, unfortunately, comes with a few sub-par options. Don’t leave your selections to chance. Contact LUEX and we’ll give you our complete list of reliable and hand-picked operators in France.

What our customers say

"Our family liked it very much. We had good skiing days"

Olen
(Mountain Mavericks)

"...When I first time read about La Grave, it sounded like the perfect place to step up my freeriding without spending a fortune. It turned out to be just the spot. La Grave has many routes that can be reached only by 1 hour of hiking or ski touring. I skied in knee-deep powder on epic routes with over 1500 m vertical drop..."

Anna
(Skiers Lodge La Grave)

"Wow what a trip! I really had a great time with James and the others on the tour. We had jam packed days filled with good hiking and riding. Would highly recommend it and I will be going again in the future for sure... Get out there and give it a go!"

Daniel
(Stentiford Snowboarding Camps - Chamonix)

"I liked everything about this trip. Very professional attitude of the operator."

Pavel
(Skiers Lodge La Grave)

Why you should try skiing in France

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France has the best champagne powder

The powder in France is world-class. There is a fluffy and fine quality to French snow that almost resonates with the texture of local champagne. A backcountry trip is an ideal way to reach this magical white stuff, with hoards of virgin snow found in the Alps many off piste slopes. Find them with a heliski trip or a guided freeriding journey. But if you’re short on Euros, you don’t need a helicopter delivering you to powder. France’s huge range of world-class resorts deliver on piste powder like almost nowhere else. Take globally renowned Chamonix, which is pumped by snowfall every year. Meters of fresh snowfall covers groomed slopes, tree runs and verticals every winter, so while you’re sharing the slopes you can find your own deep snow. Nothing compares to France’s champagne powder.

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European apres ski in France

Apres ski is a way of life in France’s snowfields. Even before the lifts shut down, the mountains’ visitors will be dancing in ski boots at bars and lodges, and revelling with the masses after an epic day on French slopes. Chamonix and Val D'Isere lead the way for vibrant after-ski parties, which can be labelled Ibiza treatment for snow junkies. DJs and bands fill the stage, while dancing and merrying becomes convention. There’s nothing quite like a French apres ski.

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Choice of mountain

France’s mountain variety is huge. The stretch of mountains in the region Savoie throws up plenty of choices for visitors. If it’s a party scene you’re after, the vibrance of Val D'Isere is undeniable. Beyond just a party culture though, at the heart of the vast Tignes-Val d'Isère ski area Val D'Isere offers high altitude skiing and very challenging terrain. Courvechel is a high-end resort a part of the Les Trois Vallées, the largest linked ski area in the world. Its off-piste can be thrilling and even quite dangerous in parts. The snow, second to none. And Chamonix, arguably the most famous and oldest French Alps resort, has hundreds of miles of backcountry terrain with easy access provided by lift systems or a short hike. Not to mention a unique character that timewarps you back to a Victorian age. The French Alps is all about choice.

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