Espace Killy

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The Espace Killy
Espace Killy.jpg
Location Val d'Isère & Tignes France
Coordinates 45°37′10″N 6°45′15″E / 45.61944°N 6.75417°E / 45.61944; 6.75417
Top elevation 3550 m[1]
Base elevation 1550 m[2]
Skiable area 300 km of runs
Runs 156 total[3]
23 (15%) beginner
66 (42%) easy
40 (26%) intermediate
27 (17%) difficult
Longest run 10 km (La Sache)
Lift system 90 (2 funicular, 4 cable cars, 4 gondolas, 44 chair lifts, 36 surface lifts)
Terrain parks 2 [4]
Snowmaking 216 Cannons

Espace Killy is a name given many years ago to a ski area in the Tarentaise Valley, Savoie in the French Alps, in honour of the spectacularly successful skier Jean-Claude Killy who was raised here. It covers the resorts of Val d'Isère and Tignes.

The name has now been abandoned. In the area formerly known as Espace Killy there are claimed to be 300 km of pistes:


Coordinates: 45°37′10″N 6°46′15″E / 45.619386°N 6.770892°E / 45.619386; 6.770892