Acquaint oneself with the short instruction. Only several easy activities to make an order preliminary, guarantee receive of the discount from 20 to 30%, from it’s usually value in the shop.
In the ordering chart: choose the country and then to find the resort (city) that you need in the list. On this resort the SKISOF cooperate with rental agencies, which are situated nearly the elevators, and shops will be chosen automatically.
To choose the term of lease which was planned for skiing you need to point the first day of the skiing and the amount of the days. You can receive your order day before, from 6 p.m. You need to return the equipment at the end of lease term till 9 a. m. next day.
To select the available equipment from the list. At first, choose the person for which you are doing the order – man, woman or child. Then, choose the equipment from the list. You can also order boots and helmet with skies or snowboard. In this case, you need to put a mark next to this type of equipment in the appropriate window.
Now, you only need to confirm and pay your order!
(You will need to specify your surname, first name, stature, weight and size of shoes).
After confirming of your order you’ll receive the letter on your e-mail (which you write in the ordering chart).
Then print it out to show at the rental shop of choosing resort.
France boasts a great variety of excellent ski resorts for skiers and snowboarders of all levels, including the most popular ski resorts in Europe. Choose from traditional, village ski resorts or ski-in ski-out modern resorts in the largest interlinked ski domains of the world. French ski resorts have something that will appeal to everyone on their ski holiday. The overwhelming majority of the skiing in France takes place in the Alps, which stretch up to about 3,300m above sea level and which therefore have quite long ski seasons, with some resorts including Les Deux Alpes providing snow and skiing all year round. Furthermore, most ski resorts in France are connected into a larger skiing area, such as the 3 Valleys which includes such resorts as Meribel, Courchevel and Val Thorens - buying one ski pass for the entire area, about 600km of slopes, ensures tons of skiing for your money. Likewise, La Plagne contains eleven resorts and is partnered up with neighbouring resorts Les Arcsand Peisey- Vallandry to form the Paradiski area, consisting of 425km of pistes. Some French resorts give direct access to the more famous natural attractions which draw people from around the world. Such an example is Chamonix, which sits directly below Mont Blanc , a mecca for climbers and skiers all over the world. Likewise, L’Alpe d’Huez is a resort in one of the main mountains on the Tour de France, as well as offering great skiing in winter. You’ll find everything from traditional chalets through to five star hotels in the French Alpine resorts. Skiing in France is not a cheap option, but the bang for your buck is very worth it - the millions of skiers coming to this region every year will attest to that. To give you a better idea of where to ski in France, here are the current top ten most popular resorts: Val d'Isere, Meribel, Val Thorens, Tignes, Les Arcs, Courcheve and Chamonix.
|City||Height min||Height max||Tracks|
|Tignes Val Claret||1570 m||3560 m||46|
|Tignes Les Brevieres||1600 m||3560 m||46|
|Meribel Centre||1410 m||2995 m||109|
|Courchevel 1550||1500 m||2745 m|
|Avoriaz||1120 m||2278 m||38|
|Chamonix Argentiere||1400 m||3297 m||7|
|Les Menuires||1800 m||3205 m||30|
|La Tania||1300 m||3300 m||66|
|Courchevel 1650||1300 m||2738 m||200|
|Tignes Le Lac||1555 m||3550 m||46|
|Chamonix||1040 m||3845 m|
|Méribel-Mottaret||1410 m||2995 m||109|
|Courchevel 1850||1300 m||2738 m||200|
|Val d'Isere||1545 m||3460 m||97|
|Val Thorens||1825 m||3205 m||200|
|Brides les Bains||600 m||2950 m||60|