Aurigny ski have teamed up with the ski specialist Zenith Holidays to provide a range of ski holidays across 7 popular ski resorts near Grenoble airport – whether you are looking for a catered chalet, stylish hotel or self catered apartments we can now offer you inclusive prices for flight, accommodation and transfers as well as preferential rates on all your ski extras.

Aurigny Ski has a great range of resorts to choose from

Featured Resorts


At 1850m Risoul has a good snow record and is one of the French resorts in the Haute Alpes region which boasts over 300 days of sunshine a year.


Just an hour from Grenoble and perched on a plateau in the Belledonne mountain range opposite the Vercors, Chamrousse was used for both the mens and womens alpine skiing events in the 1968 Olympics based in Grenoble.


Situated on the border between France and Italy at an altitude of 1860m Montgenevre is not only one of the oldest ski resorts in France but also one of the highest and is an excellent place for a ski holiday.

Serre Chevalier vallee

Serre Chevalier is actually a group of 13 villages stretching along a valley in the southern French Alps. We offer a range of chalets, apartments and hotels in the resort.

Alpe D'Huez

Perched on the mountain at 1860m is the well known resort of Alpe D'Huez - with it's 250 km of pistes known as the Alpe D'Huez Grande Domaine there is sure to be something to suit all skiers & boarders


The tiny, unpretentious ski resort of Orelle in the beautiful Maurienne mountain range in Savoie, France, is a low-key ski resort for serious skiers who don’t want to pay the high prices in the neighbouring world-famous ski resorts!

Les Houches

As you ascend into the Chamonix valley, the first ski area covered on the excellent ‘Chamonix Unlimited ‘ lift pass that you pass is the pretty traditional village of Les Houches.


Morzine is in the Portes Du Soleil ski area and only a short transfer from Geneva airport. There are 650kms of slopes and you can ski from this traditional french resort over the border into Switzerland and back again.

Les Deux Alpes

One of the oldest ski resorts in France, Les Deux Alpes offers so much for todays skier, high snow sure skiing, an excellent choice of accommodation and renowned resort night life.

Puy St Vincent

Situated in the beautiful and protected National Park ‘Des Ecrins’ Puy St Vincent really is a little hidden gem.

Les 7 Laux

Perched on a plateau in the Belledonne Mountains close to both Grenoble and Chambery Les 7 Laux is a purpose built ski resort (built in 1971) with excellent on and off piste skiing.

La Plagne

Made up of over 10 small villages, each with their own unique style and character, La Plagne is, quite rightly, one of France's most popular ski resorts.

Val D'Isere

Perhaps the most famous ski resort in the world, the reputation of Val D'Isere is well deserved due to it's outstanding skiing and apres-ski.


Set in the Italian South Tyrol, the Kronplatz region is compiled of 14 different villages and offers an unspoilt but accessible 116km of piste however it's greatest asset is the abundance of other winter activities. A fantastic base for non skiers.

Val Thorens

The highest resort in Europe, part of the largest ski area in the world, the longest toboggan run in Europe and perhaps the best snow record in Europe. Val Thorens holds many acclaims, but yet is unpretentious and offers a superb base for your ski break.

Villard de Lans

Just minutes from Grenoble this village ski resort is ideal for families, shortbreaks or anyone looking for something more french and traditional.


Oz-en-Oisan is a charming family resort nestled at 1350m in the heart of the Alpe d-Huez grand domaine ski area. It is one of the many picturesque 'satellite' villages of Alpe d'Huez.

Montchavin La Plagne

Montchavin has come a long way in the last 40 years and is now a bustling, charming village with cobbled streets and traditional stone and slate houses. It is also home to the unique Vanoise Express cable car, built in 2003, which opens up the entire Par