Le Corbier

The fourth largest ski resort in France, an incredible 310km of piste, desgined by the famous modernist architect Le Corbusier, two snowparks and doorstep skiing – have we got your attention yet? It doesn’t take much to discover why Le Corbier is one of the most popular resorts in the French Alps.

Le Corbier has grown to include all areas such as La Toussuire and Saint Sorlin d’Arves which are connected by lift. The snow record is superb and Le Corbier is a noticeably friendly resort with plenty of shops and cafes to choose from so you can be sure of a warm welcome with each stay.

Key Features:

  • An astounding 310km of skiable terrain
  • Exceptional for beginners with plenty of wide slopes
  • Weekly events are organised including tournaments, races and shows
  • Great for families with lots of restaurants and shops to choose from

Accommodation Choices:

On the Slopes:


Le Corbier provides exceptional learning slopes and early intermediates will enjoy plenty of easy blues on good snow. La Toussuire is slightly more challenging, with about 50km of great skiing in an enormous bowl. The ski route back is deliberately kept easy but beginners can take the lift if they wish and there's also a skibus service.


Keen intermediates can enjoy enormous runs with dramatic views and an enjoyable sense of journey during their ski holiday.


Le Corbier lets advanced skiers revel in its huge mileage: it's an ambitious, rapidly-developing ski area with lifts added every year.


There are two snowparks for boarders to enjoy with massive amounts of mileage. Le Corbier also offers good accessibility to a large number of drag lifts in the Sybelles region for a fantastic snowboarding experience.


Le Corbier

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Ski Facts:

  • 310 km
  • All directions
  • 20 41 31 5
  • 2.9 km
  • Approx 3 hours from Grenoble
    Approx 12 hours from Calais

  • 74
  • 2600 m
  • 293 Snow Cannons
  • In resort
  • 2 terrain parks
    1 boarder-cross
    3 slalom areas

  • Yes. €3 deposit is added to final invoice and refundable in UK.
    No photograph required.

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  • Skating rink
  • Swimming (indoor and outdoor)
  • A great range of bars
  • Good variety of restaurants
  • Bumboarding