Overview of La Toussuire Ski Resort
When you ski La Toussuire you’ll be at the heart of the giant Sybelles ski region, which links the six slopes of six neighbouring resorts in the Maurienne Valley, via the Pointe de l'Ouillon. The Sybelles links and lift pass were only created in 2003, making it one of the world’s newest, as well as largest, multi-resort passes. Altogether there are 310km (nearly 200 miles) of piste on your door step and a seventh resort, Albiez, with another 40km of piste is included in the Sybelles pass although you need to drive to get to it.
The resort sits on a wide plateau at the base of a large bowl and has pedestrianised its main street.
There’s been skiing at La Toussuire since the late 1930s, but in common with most of the French ski industry, the resort boomed in the 1960s and some of the resort architecture reflects this.
On the plus side though, newer developments are much more tastefully designed and much more spacious and the long term success of La Toussuire means the resort has maintained a good selection of shops, restaurants and things to do for guests today.
The La Toussuire accommodation offered by Powderbeds reflects the newer stylish alpine style of architecture and the La Toussuire apartments we feature are in the main high quality four star residences
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