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TIGNES IS COMMITTED TO THE MOUNTAINS OF TODAY AND TOMORROW

 

Tignes has always tried to live up to the expectations placed upon it. Whether it is from a social or environmental point of view or simply to make your holidays unforgettable, Tignes has been committed for years to a preserved mountain accessible to the greatest number of people.

 

To this end, various actions have been put in place over time to act for the preservation of an exceptional territory.

Similarly, various labels have been acquired through perseverance and hard work thanks to all the actors of the resort. These labels are a way of demonstrating to everyone our commitment and our desire to be part of a sustainable approach to preserve and build the mountain of tomorrow together.

FLOCON VERT: THE LABEL FOR A SUSTAINABLE MOUNTAIN

 

In order to demonstrate its commitment to the environment, the protection of our mountains and the local economy, Tignes has been awarded the Flocon Vert label. In concrete terms, this means that Tignes is committed to 4 sustainable themes:

  • Natural resources & ecology
  • Governance & destination
  • Local economy
  • Social & cultural

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FAMILLE PLUS: THE LABEL FOR HAPPY FAMILIES

 

Sporty by nature, Tignes is nonetheless an ideal resort for family holidays. This label was acquired in 2021 after an audit confirming the quality and quantity of the infrastructures and facilities in place throughout the year in the resort.

 

Whether it's the quality of service, the quality of its infrastructures, the numerous activities, the entertainment or even the transport, everything is done to ensure that your little family has the best possible holiday in the mountains!

 

> All our commitments for families

GoTignes

 

Tignes is launching GoTignes.net, its tailor-made transport solution that optimises travellers' journeys and encourages them to reduce their carbon footprint.

In just a few clicks, anyone can book their entire trip by combining all means of transport (train, bus, shuttle, car, plane) to reach our resort.

 

By choosing the least carbon-intensive route, you can receive a gift voucher for your next stay.

 

Simple and ergonomic, this solution is totally in line with Tignes' strategy of sustainable development.

 

 

gotignes.net

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THE FAQ ON ENERGY ISSUES

 

Tignes is committed to an energy-saving approach that is compatible with improving the customer experience.

 

Adaptation, consultation, reactivity... Faced with the current context and aware of the sensitivity of customers related to energy issues (surveys conducted confirm this), the resort of Tignes is taking several actions to control its needs in this area, with a view to serenely welcoming holidaymakers this winter. We explain everything to you with answers to the questions asked and an overview of the various measures put in place.

 

 

HOW DOES THE RESORT REDUCE ITS ENERGY CONSUMPTION?

The objective is to save 10% of our electricity consumption throughout the resort. To achieve this, Tignes is reinforcing actions such as:

Good to know: the snow groomers run on HVO (Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil) biofuel.

 

 

DOES THE RISE IN ENERGY PRICES HAVE AN IMPACT ON THE PRICE On SKI PASSES?

Last spring, the municipal councillors of Tignes and Val d'Isère voted on the prices of ski passes. In view of the sharp rise in energy prices and the renegotiation of contracts with suppliers, the two local authorities were forced to pass on PART OF this inflation to the ski passes and approved the new rates, which are valid for the entire winter season. The day pass is therefore €63.00, the same price as last winter, and the 6-day pass has increased slightly to €378.00. New this year: for a 6-day ski pass purchased, the 7th day is free (6=7). Tignes also offers the ski pass to children under 8 years old and children from 8 to 18 years old benefit from the reduced rate.

 

> All the information on ski passes

 

 

WILL THE TIGNES - VAL D'ISÈRE SKI AREA OPEN AS PLANNED, FROM 26 NOVEMBER?

Yes, from 26 November 2022 until 1 May 2023, the Tignes and Val d'Isère ski areas will be open, and until 6 May for the Tignes area. The event kicks off with the Grand Opening, on Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th November. On the programme: great skiing on Saturday and team sports on Sunday with the Yéti Race. Whatever the snow level, the obstacle race will take place.

 

> All the information on the Grand Opening

 

 

WHAT ARE THE FACILITIES SET UP BY THE SPORTS INFRASTRUCTURES SUCH AS THE LAGOON AND TIGNESPACE?

Le Lagon

From 22 October to 25 November inclusive, the sports pool and the sports halls will be open. However, there will be no access to the leisure pool and the paddling pool. During this period, on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays from 3.30 pm to 5 pm, the sports pool will be equipped for children (inflatable structure, fun water equipment). All areas will be open from 26 November 2022. It is also planned to lower the water temperature from 0.5°C to 1°C.

 

> All the information on Le Lagon aquatic area

 

Tignespace

The sports complex, which has been awarded the BBC (low consumption building) label, already has measures in place to limit its energy consumption, such as the use of a heat pump to supply electricity and the installation of double-glazed walls, which are conducive to aerothermal heating.

 

> All the information on the Tignespace sports complex

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