World Cup Val d’Isere: Killer Course, Insane Terrain & an Après Scene to Match

18th December 2013 | Shauna Farnell

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The Val d’Isere village, in spite of dating back nearly 400 years, is popping with dance clubs and après ski bars. - ©Andy Parant

The Val d’Isere village, in spite of dating back nearly 400 years, is popping with dance clubs and après ski bars.
Copyright: Andy Parant

The Val d’Isere village, in spite of dating back nearly 400 years, is popping with dance clubs and après ski bars. - ©Andy Parant
Val d’Isere is one of the most expansive and impressive stops on the World Cup as far as ski terrain goes.

Val d’Isere is one of the most expansive and impressive stops on the World Cup as far as ski terrain goes.

Val d’Isere is one of the most expansive and impressive stops on the World Cup as far as ski terrain goes.
Val d’Isere breakfast with a view.

Val d’Isere breakfast with a view.

Val d’Isere breakfast with a view.
For a true rustic yet unquestionably French experience, the five-star Hotel Christiana delivers every luxury you could possibly want in a large chalet just a short walk from the gondola.

For a true rustic yet unquestionably French experience, the five-star Hotel Christiana delivers every luxury you could possibly want in a large chalet just a short walk from the gondola.

For a true rustic yet unquestionably French experience, the five-star Hotel Christiana delivers every luxury you could possibly want in a large chalet just a short walk from the gondola.

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