Built in 1990, at a height of 1400 m above sea level, La Tania is a traffic free, modern ski resort in France. Situated in the Les Trois Vallees between the ski resort of Courchevel and Meribel and surrounded by woodland, this village offers spectacular views.
Interesting facts about the resort
Not only is La Tania home to the largest ski school in France, the Ecole du ski Francais, it is also part of the largest ski area in the world, Les Trois Vallees. The Three Valleys as it is known in English has a peak elevation of 3230 m, 600 km of runs, 183 lift systems and over 2000 snow cannons. With easy access to the whole of the ski area you're sure to always have something to do. La Tania was actually built for the Albertville Olympics of 1992 to accommodate journalists and ice hockey players but now plays host to holiday makers from around the world.
Reasons why skiers choose La Tania
Although La Tania is a small resort there are many buses and lifts linking you to other resorts in The Three Valleys area including a free bus service to Le Praz, Courchevel. With so many runs to choose from including the Gazex 1, 2 and 3, which were named by Nic Atkinson, Mark Jones and Billy Manson (La Tania ski legends), it's no wonder this resort is so popular. It's a small, modern resort that keeps its alpine look.
La Tania attracts not only those wishing to book a family skiing holiday, but also those interested in group ski holidays due to its great skiing and friendly atmosphere. At night Pub Le Ski Lodge offers great food, music and a buzzing vibe. There are gentle nursery slopes for children and beginners including a free nursery drag lift. For intermediate and expert skiers, the modern gondola can take you up to Courchevel where you can take your pick of 600 km of pistes.