Discover La Toussuire

Photo prise dans une journée d'été sur la Mont Charvin. Nous voyons un troupeau de vache sur un alpage avec une montagne en fond

The La Toussuire spirit: an Alpine pasture

Long before it was a ski resort, La Toussuire was the village of Fontcouverte alpine pasture. In summer, herds were led to higher altitude to graze on wholesome plateau grass, in order to make the cheese for the following winter. The practice persists to this day

In the heart of Sybelles

The Sybelles skiing area links 6 resorts, including La Toussuire, the highest gateway to the skiing area. With a surface area of 393 ha and 136 slopes rising up to 2,620 metres of altitude, snow is guaranteed throughout the season. A great place to learn skiing, Sybelles is especially family-friendly.

Une famille apprend à skier sur la piste des Ravières à La Toussuire
Famille active et sportive en randonnée sur les chemins de La Toussuire. Toute la famille regarde la jeune fille qui cueille des fleurs dans une champ de pissenlits, au soleil et devant un panorama magnifique de montagnes

A family resort

With spaces dedicated to learning, fun zones, and playgrounds, in winter as in summer, La Toussuire is especially focused on families. Here, children rule and are free to roam, the atmosphere “feels like home”. Come and discover La Toussuire, where generations of people love to spend their holidays

Supporting our local artisans !

Beaufort cheese is our best known local speciality. However, our valley is full of other enthusiastic artisans who are keen for you to discover their authentic, sometimes surprising produce !

Cubes de fromage de Beaufort plantés de petits drapeaux avec logo Beaufort sur une assiette lors d'une animation gastronomique au soleil sur le front de neige
Photo prise en journée depuis la Tête de Bellard. Nous pouvons voir le Grand Truc avec le Col du Marolay dans des couleurs automnales

La Toussuire in the off-season

Our resort can be crowded in winter and busy in summer, but have you ever wondered what it was like in the off-season? It may be quiet and silent, but it’s certainly not asleep. It lives, but in a different way. This is the right time to discover our hidden treasures !

The resort champions

Alpine skiing is very important to our ambassadors. It makes sense, our land is a great place for skiing. Find out more about the athletes who represent us, who inspires them, and what drove them to become champions.

Bannière des champions avec plusieurs sportifs de la Toussuire de gauche à droite : Lorna Bonnel, Léna Bonnel, Candice Bonnel, Lou Covarel et William Turnes
La Toussuire en été vue depuis le Grand Truc. La station au premier plan puis celle du Corbier puis le Mont Charvin et enfin les Aiguilles d'Arves à l'horizon. Découvrir la station en été dans la lumière du matin.

Our blog

Our resort, our domain, our territory, and our local personalities are so fascinating, that they deserve some of your time. Check our blog to discover in-depth articles on current topics and personalities, opinion pieces and all kinds of other information to browse.

The resort in pictures

Enough talk ! Enough reading ! It’s time to revel in these dream-worthy pictures ! Discover our resort in all seasons and start imagining your stay with us.

Vue d'avion La Toussuire sous la neige. Le plateau sur lequel est posée la station et ses montagnes environnantes
Photo prise en journée. Il s'agit de trace de neige faite par un lièvre variable

Our efforts for the future (SD)

From small gestures to biginitiatives, our endeavours to sustain our resort and protect nature are detailed here.

Discover our mountain heritage

The heritage of or resort, hamlets and village makes us proud! It may sometimes be hidden in the details, in everyday life, but heritage is our roots. Our ancestors built it, knew how to preserve it, and we now invite you to discover and cherish it.

Costume traditionnel de Fontcouverte - La Toussuire. Le costume est plein de couleur vive ainsi que de belle broderie savoyarde