Sainte Foy lacks a conventional après ski scene as it is too small to house enough bars. The main après ski spot is La Pitchouli, which sometimes has live bands or other entertainment laid on.

Yeti Boots (formerly known as L'Iceberg) ( +33 (0)4 79 04 14 86) located near the ESF (French ski school’s) location sometimes has live music concerts in the evening ranging from rock through folk to reggae. Most of the restaurants also have bars, Le Monal (+33 (0)4 79 06 90 07; le-monal.com) and La Bergerie (+33 (0)4 79 06 25 51) are popular there, as is La Grange (+33 (0)4 79 06 97 30), a wine and tapas bar, that also serves up wood fired grills. But otherwise, as with the daytime ski scene, it’s also easily possible to ‘crash’ the nightlife of neighbouring resorts, including Val d'Isere, which is only a short commute away.

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