Val d’Allos – La Foux (Espace Lumière) Ski Resort Guide
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Val d’Allos – La Foux (Espace Lumière) Ski Resort Guide (Foux d'Allos)
- Acres of ski:-
- Terrain Parks:1
- X-Country:2 km
Foux d'Allos, in France, is a large resort with 22 lifts (6 chair lifts, 12 surface lifts) that offers skiers an impressive 800 metres (2626 feet) of vertical descent. Foux d'Allos has 32 pistes. Foux d'Allos is best suited to intermediate skiers and snowboarders with some terrain for beginners but little of interest for advanced skiers. There are 2 kilometers (1.2 miles) of cross country ski trails at Foux d'Allos. For snowboarders, there is a terrain park. The nearest airport is at Nice and the nearest train station to Foux d'Allos is at Thorame Haute. There is accommodation located close to the pistes but we would welcome additional information about any hotels or chalets in Foux d'Allos.
- Nearest Airport:Nice
- Nearest Train Station:Thorame Haute
- Tourist Office Phone:+3392838070
- Tourist Office Website:www.valdallos.com
- Slopeside accommodation:yes
Latest Snow Reportview full snow report
- Issued:24 Mar
- Last Snowfall:6 March 2017
- Snow Depth (upper):180cm
- Snow Depth (lower):45cm
- Piste:Spring snow
- Off-piste:Spring snow
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Val d’Allos – La Foux (Espace Lumière) Location Maps
Visitor Reviews of Val d’Allos – La Foux (Espace Lumière)
Ash from France writes:
Foux d'Allos is a great resort. I have skied for 30 years including working in some of the larger well known French resorts and have had my best off-piste powder day in Foux d'Allos due to the lack of people outside of weekends and French holidays. You nearly have the place to yourself. I have never had to wait for a lift.
Prices are very good. 3 course menu, in the town, 23 euros pichet wine 6 euros 1/2 litre beers abround 2.5 to 3 euro for a demi pression.
Whats not to like!!
It is a very French resort; not much in the way of apres-ski but a couple of bars and 2 nightclubs as well as a cinema.
My advice, keep an eye on weather forecasts and snow reports, look for a break in the weather midweek, jump on a flight to Nice (these are cheap in the winter), grab a hire car and get some of the most crowd-free 230 km of piste you will ever find let alone the masses of untracked powder!,