Ste Foy

Ste Foy is situated in a sunnny south west facing bowl with  chalets nestling amongst the trees. It is a relatively new ski station designed to recreate an authentic alpine village atmosphere with  magnificent doorstep skiing and top quality accommodation. 
Sainte Foy has a skiing area which caters for children, beginners and intermediates as well as having lots of non ski activities. 
Ski map on

http://www.saintefoy-tarentaise.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/plan-pistes-saintefoy.pdf
Sainte Foy has extensive off piste areas. and its ideal situation, allowing you to ski  the well known resorts of Val d'Isere, Tignes, Les Arcs and La Rosiere, which are  between 10 mins and 25 mins drive away.
Discounted rates available with a Sainte Foy lift pass to ski these resorts. 
Buy and recharge your Ste Foy lift pass online - 
www.saintefoy-ski.com
 

At 1550m altitude, Sainte Foy is ideally situated in the Haute Tarentaise near Tignes, Val d’Isère and Les Arcs. It benefits from a microclimate favourable to great snow conditions thanks to its northwest orientation and frequent easterly winds which come over from the Italian alps and generate snow. The snow cannons extend from the resort level at 1550m up to 2300m between the top of the Arpettaz and the Aiguille lifts and also cover the middle sector of the Marquise area

Did you know that when weather conditions prevent lift opening in neighbouring resorts due to wind it’s possible to ski below the tree line in areas of Sainte Foy which are sheltered?​​​​​​​

There is a well stocked supermarket and a selections of restaurants, ski hire,and speciality shops in Ste Foy. Non skiers may like to take the bus down to the original charming old village of Ste Foy.

New for 2017/8 season
The new Camp Filluel piste

Named after a military barracks whose ruins can be spotted near this new run, Camp Filluel is graded red and leads off to the left of the Marquise lift. Its length is around 1500m over 305m vertical. This is a sunny slope with a southwest orientation and catches the sun early, called by some “the shoulder” and rejoins the Grand Solliet piste as it curves into the wooded area. Start altitude is 2415m and terminates at 2110m with good quality natural snow cover.

This new piste will improve the options for using the Marquise area.
New snowmaking: 10-15 new snowmakers will be added on the most popular pistes (Arpettaz, Chapelle, Savonnettes, Grand Solliet etc) to improve conditions and ensure a good time is had by all!


 

Accommodation 
Luxury Ski in/out apartments with pool, spa and full range of Spa Treatments, centrally located in this charming ski resort.