Les stations du Val d'Allos

Val d’Allos
Espace Lumière

Espace Lumière Val d’Allos, ski area in the Haute Vallée du Verdon.
With around 230 kilometers of runs, it offers a variety of options for all levels of skier. The well-maintained trails range from beginners to advanced. Modern lifts guarantee easy access to the slopes.
In addition to downhill skiing and snowboarding, you can enjoy the natural environment with snowshoeing and even activities such as dog sledding and 4-season tobogganing. The villages of Val d’Allos and Pra Loup offer a variety of accommodation and dining options to complete the experience. It’s an ideal place for nature lovers and winter sports enthusiasts looking for a complete mountain experience.
Espace Lumière one of France’s largest ski areas

Val d'Allos

At the headwaters of the Verdon, between 1,500 and 2,600 m altitude, 230 km of slopes are available for all types of winter sports.
In the heart of the Southern Alps, the Val d’Allos resorts are richly complementary. They combine authenticity and modernity. Here, in the Mercantour National Park, snow and sun flirt together to offer you holidays with family or friends to share without moderation.

Piste de ski
En hiver dans le verdon

One valley, two estates

The Val d’Allos has two major ski areas. Discover the Espace Lumière, which brings together the Val d’Allos – La Foux and Pra Loup resorts.

And come and ski at the Val d’Allos – Seignus ski area , just 7 kilometers from Val d’Allos – La Foux.

Ideal for a family holiday (the Val d’Allos resorts have the Famille Plus label ), whether you’re skiing, snowboarding, tobogganing or snowshoeing, enjoy pure pleasure in an exceptional environment!


Downhill skiing and snowboarding

Ranked as one of France’s largest ski areas, the Val d’Allos is a playground that offers the chance to ride several resorts. From Pra Loup to Seignus via La Foux, hours of skiing await you!

Whether you’re a beginner or an expert, there’s something for everyone!

Practical information

To ensure optimal conditions, Val d’Allos has a snowmaking network covering 30% of the ski area with 194 snow guns.

Ski areas

Espace Lumière estate

90 tracks
35 ski lifts
Includes the Pra-Loup, Val d’Allos La Foux and Val d’Allos le Seignus ski areas.

Val d’Allos – La Foux

41 ski runs: 3 green, 20 blue, 14 red, 4 black
17 lifts: 7 drag lifts, 8 chair lifts, 2 magic carpets
1800m – 2600m.

Val d’Allos – Le Seignus

24 ski runs: 2 green, 9 blue, 8 red, 5 black
10 lifts: 4 drag lifts, 3 chair lifts, 2 gondola lifts, 1 snow wire
1500m – 2426m

Forecast opening periods

Subject to snow conditions :
Val d’Allos – Espace Lumière: from December 16, 2023 to April 07, 2024.
Val d’Allos – le Seignus: from December 16, 2023 to March 25, 2024.

Extract from the price list :

Val d’Allos – Le Seignus ski areaL’Espace Lumière Val d’Allos ski areas (le Seignus and la Foux) + Praloup
1 day children (5-17 years)26,40€38€
1 day adult (18-64 years)32,10€45€
1 day (students and 65-74 year-olds)28,80€41,50€
5 consecutive days for children (ages 5-17)112,30€167€
5 consecutive days adult139,70€197,10€
5 consecutive days (students and 65-74 year-olds)122,40€182€

All Val d’Allos prices: here


Several free shuttles are available:
Val d’Allos – le Village to Val d’Allos – La Foux with a stopover at Val d’Allos – Le Seignus.
Internal route to serve the residential areas of Val d’Allos – La Foux
Timetables for the 2023 – 2024 season will be online shortly.

Equipment rental

Shoes, downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing… in the Espace Lumière / Val d’Allos – La Foux and Val d’Allos – Le Seignus villages.

Accessibility by car

The equipment is compulsory from November 1 to March 31 throughout the Alpes de Haute-Provence region, by prefectoral decree.


For safety reasons, dogs are not allowed on the ski slopes.

Le guide du Val d'Allos - The Espace Lumière

Find out everything you need to know about the Val d’Allos in our guide.

Discover in video

Balades en raquettes


Val d’Allos is also a Nordic ski area! Discover the valley’s magical landscapes on foot or snowshoes! Follow the trails from the village of Allos or the resorts of Le Seignus and La Foux, which will take you into the heart of the larch forests or along the Verdon. A total change of scenery!

Val d’Allos – The village :

2 snowshoe trails – 12.3 km and 2 pedestrian/snowshoe trails – 8.3 km

Val d’Allos – Le Seignus :

1 snowshoe trail – 12.4 km

Val d’Allos – La Foux :

1 snowshoe trail – 3.4 km and 1 pedestrian/snowshoe trail – 3 km

Access to all snowshoe trails is free!

The snowshoe guide is available on request from our 6 tourist offices.
You can also consult it online.

See snowshoeing guides

Every week, our mountain guides offer you a program to discover the beauty of our mountains and all the life that lies dormant during the winter months.

Details of outings in our diary

Want to improve your skills?

Would you like to register your child or improve your skiing or snowboarding technique?

Book now a group or individual lesson with one of our French Ski School (ESF) instructors at Val d’Allos – Le Seignus or Val d’Allos – La Foux.

Espaces luge
Espace luge

Tobogganing area

The tobogganing area in Val d’Allos village is the perfect place to spend some quality time with the whole family!

Verdon Express - Multi-season sledging

Multi-season sledging

Looking for more thrills?

Embark on the Verdon Express multi-season toboggan at Val d’Allos – La Foux near the Marin Pascal chairlift.

You’re the pilot! Adapt your speed to the 995-metre track by choosing to hurtle down the descents, take the turns, jumps, series of vaques and flip flaps as you please!

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