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Espace Killy


The Espace Killy is a ski area in the Tarentaise Valley, Savoie in the French Alps, named after the skier Jean-Claude Killy. It covers the resorts of Val d'Isère and Tignes

In Espace Killy there are 300 km of pistes



Location

The Espace Killy is a French ski resorts coupling of Val d'Isère and Tignes Savoie. Located in the Massif de la Vanoise, Haute Tarentaise Valley and named the skier Jean-Claude Killy, it extends from the glacier Pisaillas above the Col de l'Iseran in Val d'Isere the Grande Motte above Val Claret Tignes.



Tignes

Tignes (French pronunciation: ​[tiɲ]) is a commune in the Tarentaise Valley, Savoie department in the Rhône-Alpes region in south-eastern France. It is located in the Savoie region with good transport links in and out of Lyon, Geneva and Chambery.

It is best known as a ski resort. Together with nearby Val d'Isère, it forms the "Espace Killy" ski area. Tignes was the freestyle skiing venue for the 1992 Winter Olympics and co-host city for the 1992 Winter Paralympics.

Ski resort ski and summer, the glacier grande motte are generally open all year. The ski area is grouped with that of Val d'Isere to form the Espace Killy.

Off track existed on the Grande Motte glacier, as the glacier tongue or leaving the cable car to turn right and descend towards the chairlift The Leisse, but they gradually disappeared given the retreat of the glacier. Entire area of ​​the glacier outside of the two tracks that go down today dug huge trenches, as a cultivated field: the snow is here accumulated by snowcats to preserve summer that remains of the glacier.


Mountain sports

After the loss of the old village it was decided to develop a ski resort at the higher lake (Le Lac). This was surrounded by a bowl that is ideal for skiing and is headed by the Grand Motte glacier. The resort was developed largely during the 1960s and the building style reflects what was regarded as good building design at that time. In recent years the town has worked to improve the look of the new villages with some success.

The lifts of Tignes have been managed since 1967 by the company STGM (The Société des Téléphériques de la Grande Motte). Many lifts are fast 6 or 8 person chairlifts and there are 113 snow cannons which produce 450,000 m2 of artificial snow each year. The ski area is linked with the resort of Val-d'Isère and the entire ski area is called Espace Killy. At 4.2 km, Tignes boasts the 4th longest funicular in the world.[citation needed] Tignes reaches a height of 3030 m making it the perfect choice for snow sure skiing.


History

Before the Second World War , the village of Tignes, located in the Haute Tarentaise was virtually unknown. Located inside of a bowl , and enjoying good sunny conditions , it was one of the few places to allow pastoral farming mountain .

Since 1933 the administration contemplated the construction of a dam at the top of the grooves Boisses , but not Tignards knew this in 1941 . Construction began in 1946 and the village was finally drowned in 1952 when the dam Chevril finished full of water. After removal of the cemetery , dynamiting homes and expulsion of people from refractory CRS .

Since 1956 began , near the natural lake of Tignes, at 2100 meters, the construction of the station for winter sports .

In 1968 , the station developed on the site of Val Claret ( 2150 m ), with mainly high-rise buildings due to limited space. Adopting a philosophy that wanted innovative for its time , consisting of interpenetrating space and ski resort , Val Claret was phased redevelopment . Building homes in upmarket MGM closer chalet style mountain should gradually change the face .

Tracks have hosted events in 1992 Winter Olympics : Freestyle Skiing ( moguls with the victory of the French ballet Edgar Grospiron and how this was the only appearance in the Olympics ) on the stage of Lognan .


Transports

No rail link connects only Tignes, the terminus of the Tarentaise lying 30 km downstream in Bourg-Saint-Maurice.

Shuttle from late November to early May and July / August 1800 between Tignes, Les Boisses Tignes le Lac and every 30 minutes in winter

Shuttle from late September to early May and mid-June to late August (24h/24 in winter) between Le Val Claret, Tignes Le Lac and Tignes Val Claret

Chairlift connection between Boisses and Brévières (mid-December to early May)

Cars pay between Bourg Saint Maurice and Tignes all year.



Val d'Isère

Val d'Isère is a commune of the Tarentaise Valley, in the Savoie department (Rhône-Alpes region) in southeastern France. It lies 5 km (3 mi) from the border with Italy. It is on the border of the Vanoise National Park created in 1963. During the 1992 Winter Olympics, the Face de Bellevarde was the site of the men's downhill race. Other alpine skiing events held during those games included men's giant slalom and alpine combined. Val d'Isère regularly hosts World Cup alpine events, usually for the men in early December, and hosted the World Championships in 2009. It is located in the Savoie région with good transport links in and out of Lyon, Geneva and Chambery. The ski area of Val d'Isère and Tignes forms the Espace Killy, named after the triple olympic champion Jean-Claude Killy who grew up in Val d'Isère.


The western and central areas of Val d'Isère are most recognizable by their "chalet" architecture, while in the eastern part of the town high-rise architecture dominates the landscape. Along with nearby Tignes the area forms part of the "l'Espace Killy", the self-titled "Most Beautiful Ski Area in the World".[citation needed]

The Pissaillas Glacier offers summer skiing, as well as the usual winter fare. Snow cannon are placed on certain slopes to accommodate heavy skiing. The ski slopes themselves are equipped with a high-volume gondola, able to transport standing skiers, the funicular Funival from La Daille via a tunnel to the top of Bellevarde, traditional chair lifts—some with windshields and many detachable, button/disc-pulls and tow-ropes. There are both groomed slopes and backcountry (off-piste) skiing. The slopes' difficulty levels are particularly high. However, as in Tignes there are wide, easily-navigable pistes for those of the beginner-intermediate level as well. Its extensive off-piste facilities include guides for safety reasons; reviews are generally favourable.

Tignes possesses more of the same, with a funicular shuttling skiers up through one of the mountains to the Grande Motte glacier. A free shuttle bus runs between the villages in the valley, providing free transport throughout the towns of Val d'Isère and La Daille.



History

Human habitation of the valley dates back to before Roman times. The town received parish rights in 1637 and the parish church, which is still a landmark in the town centre, was built in 1664.

Skiing in Val d'Isère has its roots in the 1930s when a drag lift was built on the slopes of the Solaise. This was followed by an aerial tramway (cable car).



Transports

The city of Val d'Isère is connected to the rest of the country by a single main road: the RD902. It passes southeast of the village Iseran Pass to join Bonneval-sur-Arc located in the Maurienne valley. The main road from Fornet to the Col de l'Iseran and Bonneval sur Arc is closed during the winter (usually from early November to early June depending on snow conditions).








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Quelque soit l'Ecole De Ski Française que vous choisirez, toutes aussi déférentes les unes que les autres, toutes compétentes, tels que ESA Black Ski, Oxygène, ESF, First track, Optima, DZ, Ski progression, Snow d'light, top ski, Ski School, 333, ... Chacune adhère à un syndicat en général tel que le syndicat des moniteurs ESA, ESI, ESF. Tous les Moniteurs de Ski ou Snowboard et Monitrices de Ski ou Snowboard auront le même diplôme, tous diplômés de l'Ecole Nationale de Ski et d'Alpinisme ( ENSA ). Il en va de même pour la compagnie des guides, le bureau des guide, agence des guides ou l' Ecole De Ski Française et d'Alpinismes ESA Black Ski. Leur seule école de formation s'appelle l'ENSA. Les Moniteurs de Ski, les Moniteurs de Snowboard, les Monitrices de Ski, les Monitrices de Snowboard et les Guides de Haute Montagne sont tous des professionnels indépendants et professionnels de la montagne qui se regroupent dans des structures, le plus souvent appelées "Ecole de Ski" ou "Bureau des Guides" ou "agence des guides" ou "Compagnie des Guides".

Nous proposons nos services d'Ecole De Ski Française Et d'Alpinisme sur le domaine skiable des 3 Vallées en intervenant dans les stations de ski de Courchevel, La Tania, Méribel, Les Ménuires, Saint Martin de Belleville, Val thorens et Orelle. Notre Ecole De Ski Française Et d'Alpinisme est spécialisée et experte en cours privé, cours particulier, cours individuel, leçon privée, leçon particulière, leçon individuelle. Contrairement aux grandes école de ski davantage orientés en cours collectif, leçon collective. Notre Ecole De Ski Française Et d'Alpinisme est une école de ski privée intervenant dans l'enseignement et l'encadrement du ski et du snowboard au même titre que tout autre école de ski, la compagnie des guides ou le bureau des guides, agences des guides. Nos Guides De Haute Montagne et nos Moniteurs de ski ou snowboard et nos Monitrices de ski ou snowboard sont tous qualifiés et dplômés par le seul organisme Français dénommé l'ENSA basé à Chamonix.


Prérogatives ENSA :

-> Les prérogatives des moniteurs et monitrices enseignent sur pistes de ski et en hors des pistes de ski , à l’exception des zones glaciaires non balisées et des terrains dont la fréquentation fait appel aux techniques de l’alpinisme.

Comme l’ensemble des métiers sportifs de la montagne, le métier de moniteur de ski exige outre une parfaite maîtrise de l’activité, une solide motivation pédagogique et... la passion de la montagne.

Le Diplôme d'Etat de ski, moniteur national de ski alpin, permet d’encadrer contre rémunération le ski alpin et les activités assimilées (notamment le snowboard) dans l’ensemble des classes de la progression du ski alpin.


Le titulaire de ce diplôme qui porte le titre de moniteur national, peut exercer sur le domaine sécurisé des pistes et hors des pistes, à l’exception des zones glaciaires non balisées et des terrains dont la fréquentation fait appel aux techniques de l’alpinisme.


Le moniteur de ski alpin est un enseignant professionnel ; son diplôme d’Etat lui permet d’exercer soit en qualité de travailleur indépendant au sein d’une école de ski par exemple, soit en qualité de salarié (UCPA, villages de vacances... ) ou de toute autre structure.


-> Les prérogatives des Guides de Haute Montagne. Le guide de haute montagne est un professionnel dont les compétences de haut niveau ont été certifiées. Il est en capacité, notamment en environnement spécifique, de conduire, d'instruire en sécurité, en responsabilité et en autonomie, tous types de publics pratiquant l'alpinisme et ses activités assimilées, ci-après désignés sous le vocable " alpinisme ". Ses compétences, fondées sur des savoirs et savoir-faire liés au milieu montagnard, lui permettent d'exercer plusieurs types de fonctions :

- des fonctions d'accompagnement, d'enseignement et d'entraînement à finalité éducative, de

loisirs ou de performance sportive ;

- des fonctions de conseiller technique et de consultant dans les activités de montagne ;

- des fonctions liées au secours en montagne.


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Whatever the Ecole De Ski you choose, all the Ski Instructors or Snowboard instructors and Ski Snowboard will have the same degree that the Instructors of the ski school or esi, esa,  all graduates of the School National of Ski Mountaineering (ENSA). It also applies to the company of guides, guide office or the French Ski School Black ski And mountainering Skiing. Their only training school called ENSA. The Ski Instructors, Snowboard Instructors, the instructors of skiing, the instructors Snowboard and Mountain Guides are all independent professionals and mountain professionals who come together in structures, usually called "Ski School "or" Bureau des Guides "or" Compagnie des Guides ", "guide agency".

We offer our services to French ski school Ski Mountaineering And the 3 Valleys ski area by intervening in the Courchevel ski resorts, La Tania, Méribel, Les Menuires, Saint Martin de Belleville, Val Thorens and Orelle. Our French Ski school Mountaineering specialized and expert private skiing lessons, individual lessons, group lessons. Unlike the ski school and esi, esa more oriented group lessons. Our French ski school and Mountaineering is a private ski school involved in teaching and guidance of skiing lesson and snowboarding lesson as well as the ski school, the esi, the company guides or the guide office . Our guides From High Mountain and our ski and snowboard instructors are all qualified and dplômés by one organization called the French based ENSA in Chamonix.


ENSA prerogatives:

-> The prerogatives of instructors teach on ski slopes and off the ski slopes, except untagged ice and land areas where attendance has requested such technical mountaineering.

Like all mountain sports businesses, the ski instructor profession requires also a perfect control of the activity, a solid educational motivation and passion ... of the mountain.

The ski State Diploma, National alpine skiing instructor, provides a framework against remuneration downhill skiing and similar activities (including snowboarding) in all classes of the progression of alpine skiing.


The holder of this diploma bearing the national monitor of capacity, can exercise on the secure area of ​​the slopes and off the slopes, except untagged ice and land areas where attendance has requested such technical mountaineering.


The alpine ski instructor is a professional teacher; his state diploma enables him to exercise either as self-employed in a ski school for example, or as an employee (UCPA, holiday villages ...) or any other structure.


-> The powers of the High Mountain Guides. The mountain guide is a professional with high-level skills have been certified. There is capacity, including specific environment, conducting, instructing security, responsibility and autonomy, all types of public practicing mountaineering and similar activities, hereinafter designated by the term "mountaineering". His skills, based on knowledge and know-how related to the mountain environment, it can exercise several types of functions:

- Accompanying functions, teaching and education-oriented training to

leisure and sport performance;

- Technical adviser and consultant in mountain activities;

- Functions related to mountain rescue.



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