All our customers will have to wear a mask in the queues but also on every lift of our ski area.
(Masks are not provided, please get your own masks. Scarves or neck warmers.. won’t be considered as masks.)
The STGM will do everything to ensure that this opening will be made in complete safety while respecting health rules (in accordance with barrier gestures and cleaning of cabins once a day).
In order to make the process of purchasing ski passes easier for coaches, please send the following items to: firstname.lastname@example.org :
a list of the full names of competitors as well as their competitor licence numbers, on headed paper with your club’s address
a copy of the coaches’ “cartes professionnelles” (ISIA, MOU) and those of any competitors who have one.
The Régie des Pistes must have received payment for all race lane bookings before the beginning of training sessions. If payment is not received by the end of the second day of training on the race lanes, training will be terminated and access to the race lanes will no longer be authorised.
Race lane bookings are managed by the Régie des Pistes (information +33 4 79 06 32 00).
Race lane bookings can only be made by letter accompanied by payment.
The race lane availability checker, charter and payment details are available on the Tignes website:
Using the ski lifts
Ski clubs are requested to do their best to facilitate access to the glacier by entering the funicular in an orderly manner so that everyone can find their place quickly and benefit fully from the glacier.
Once on the glacier, priority lanes and queues must also be respected. Representatives will be on hand at the bottom of each lift.
The Vigipirate plan has been intensified, for everyone’s benefit.
The police will be patrolling the area surrounding the funicular and the glacier. We would ask you to be extremely vigilant. No bags can be left unattended at stations. Disciplinary action will be taken against any person failing to comply with these rules.