What’s new at Isola 2000 for next winter
MODERNISED SNOW FRONT
Discover our newly modernised snow front, offering greater comfort and safety for all. We’ve redesigned the beginners’ area, the children’s playground and the toboggan run to improve the flow of users and make your journeys more fluid.
To make life easier for beginner skiers, we have installed a 190-metre double-band carpet on the snow front, equipped with a gallery with photovoltaic panels and lighting. In addition, 2 extra carpets have been installed to equip the children’s garden.
Experience the thrill of a toboggan run at Isola 2000. After a day on the slopes, enjoy a memorable experience with family and friends. Go down the snow front, from the top to the bottom of the carpet. For the more adventurous, continue down to the P1 car park, but be prepared to walk back up afterwards!
SECURE FREE RIDE
Come and enjoy the powder in our new secure, signposted freeride area in the St Sauveur sector. Take the Méné chairlift and, between the black and red runs, an ungroomed area with beautiful open slopes and larch forests awaits you.
A yurt has been placed in the central square to provide you, our visitors, with an off-the-shelf room.
Come and enjoy a picnic by the fire (10am to 4pm).
At the end of the day, the yurt becomes a “cocoon of well-being”. You can take yoga, meditation, stretching, muscle-strengthening or dance classes. A warm mountain atmosphere guaranteed!
ACTIVITIES FOR THE VERY YOUNG
The Tourist Office takes care of your babies.
A safe and fun baby corner has been set up in the Salle Mercière. Throughout the season, we offer age-appropriate activities for children aged 0 to 5, including early music lessons, creative workshops and games in the snow.
ACTIVITIES FOR TEENAGERS
Teenagers too now have their own slots. We welcome them to the teenagers’ welcome drink and offer them a range of dedicated activities throughout the week, including table football tournaments, video games, board game sessions, sports games and strategic games such as Isola Express and the Olympics.