Isola 2000, a resort for huge thrills

 

It’s the highest ski resort in Alpes-Maritimes, with an altitude at 2000m at resort level, rising to 2610m at the resort’s summit. Its high-capacity artificial snowmaking system offers skiers and snowboarders the opportunity to enjoy quality pistes from December until April. With its high-performance ski lifts, a snow park for all levels and activities on its snow front and in its shopping arcade, Isola 2000 is the most well-known resort in the Alpes-Maritimes, having enjoyed an international reputation since 1971.

 

New experiences in the snow for experts and beginners

 

Isola 2000 has 120km of pistes which span three areas. The resort has a snow park of more than 23,000 m² for expert snowboarders, accessible via a 4-seater chairlift. Named "Tony's Snowland" in tribute to the Isola native Tony Ramoin, a bronze medallist at the Vancouver Olympic Games, the park is made up of a bio park, a boardercross and a slopestyle. The uninitiated can also enjoy a new snow park by the Boulevard piste.

 

Altitude and celebrations

 

A real first for thrill seekers: Isola 2000 has a protruding walkway at the summit of Sistron which provides a panoramic view of a landscape like no other, with the mountains of Mercantour and Nice’s seashore. In the heart of the resort, the snow front hosts a range of events, day and night. Night skiing, torchlight descents, sports shows and plenty more events besides. Isola 2000 has a ski-in, ski-out concept which offers visitors direct access to shops and services with its shopping arcade. Those who love traditional architecture will be pleased to know that Isola 2000 has a little sister, Isola village. Located at the foot of the ski resort, at 875m above sea level, this village is known for its narrow lanes - so emblematic of typical mountain villages.

 

Isola village

 

Crossed by the Tinée river, Isola village has plenty of traditional springs. The town is also filled with beautiful old houses and several religious monuments. With its well-preserved historical heritage, Isola village also attracts plenty of holidaymakers with its Aquavallée water park. Guaranteed relaxation after skiing.

 

Ski area

120 KM

of pistes

3 black runs
11 red runs
21 blue runs
7 green runs

22

ski lifts

2 cable cars
10 T-bar lifts
9 chairlifts
1 funicular

430

snow canons

i.e. 75% of the surface of the snow-covered area

Activities in the region

Skiing
Snowboarding
Children\'s Garden « Club Piou-Piou » by Isola Ski School
Panoramic viewpoint at the top of Sistron
Snowshoeing

Useful contacts

ISOLA 2000'S TOURISM OFFICE
Property Le Pelevos (06420)
Tél. +33(0)4 93 23 15 15

News

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12.12.2017
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06.04.2017
Snow & sun for easter holidays
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Focus on the resort

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THE BEAUTIFUL NOTRE-DAME-DE-VIE CHAPEL, BUILT IN 1936
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SKI SLOPES WHICH ARE FUN AND ACCESSIBLE FOR BEGINNERS
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« TONY'S SNOWLAND », A SNOW PARK ACCESSIBLE VIA 4-SEATER CHAIRLIFT
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THE RESORT HAS 21 BLUE RUNS AND 7 GREEN RUNS
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ISOLA'S CABLE CARS GIVE SKIERS ACCESS TO THE PÉLEVOS AND SAINT-SAUVEUR REGION
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A VAST AREA FOR ANYONE WHO LOVES TO SKI, WITH 120 KM OF PISTES
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A COLOURFUL HOUSES VILLAGE IS LINKED TO THE SKI RESORT AURON BY A CAR CABLE
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THE ROMANESQUE BELL TOWER FROM FROM THE 12th CENTURY IS A VESTIGE OF THE OLD CHURCH OF SAINT-PIERRE-OF-ISOLA
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A BEAUTIFUL PANORAMA