The French glaciers not only allow one to ski in the summer, but also to enjoy a festive atmosphere, with many activities including concerts, DJs, and drinks on the terrace. All while you are working to perfect that summer tan. Enjoy fresh powder from early morning to early afternoon, and once the slopes close for the day, the party goes into full swing.
Europe’s largest skiable glacier, Deux-Alps in the Isère region, is a summer skier’s must. There are 120 hectares (~300 acres) of groomed runs, a prestigious snowpark, and a panoramic view of the Meije massif and the Ecrins. Open June 18 - August 28, 7am - 12:30pm
Summer skiing has been a long held tradition in the Isère Valley, which you can enjoy while also exploring the nearby Pisaillas glacier. Open June 11 - July 17, 7:30am - 12:30pm, depending on snow conditions.
At an altitude of 3000 meters (~10,000 feet), the Grande Motte glacier offers 20 kilometers (~12.5 miles) of runs, 12 chairlifts, and a snowpark. Open June 19 - August 29, 7:15am – 1pm