New research has revealed the most and least expensive ski resorts in France. is run by Pierre Tabuteu, who has analysed the cost of holidays in all 232 French ski resorts, across not just the Alps, but also the Jura, Massif-Central, Vosges, Pyrenees and even Corsica.

Tabuteu’s research was based on winter holidays for the 2020/21 season, with prices analysed between September and November 2020.

Average Costs

Weekly Holiday Cost – €990 (2 adults, accom, rental, ski pass)

Weekly Holiday Cost – €1450 (2 adults/2 children, accom, rental, ski pass)

Weekly Apartment Cost – €479 (2 adults)

Weekly Apartment Cost – €669 (2 adults/2 children, accom, rental, ski pass)

Weekly Ski Rental – €95

Weekly Ski Pass – €161 (ranging from €45 for ‘Les Coulmes’ to €321 for ‘Les 3 Vallées’)

Daily Ski Pass – €31 (the most expensive being €64 for ‘Les 3 Vallées’)

The Most Expensive Ski Resorts in France (2 adults, accom, lift pass, equipment hire, pw)

  1. Val d’Isère (€2050)
  2. Courchevel (€2032)
  3. Méribel (€1882)
  4. Megève (€1772)
  5. Avoriaz (€1760)
  6. Val Thorens (€1732)
  7. La Tania (€1732)
  8. Morzine (€1710)
  9. Les Gets (€1710)
  10. Tignes (€1680)

The Least Expensive Ski Areas in France

If you’re on a budget then try heading to some of the less fashionable ski destinations in France. The equivalent price to those quoted above are just €780 for a holiday in Corsica, €712 in Vosges and the cheapest of all, just €570 in Lozere.

The report shows the average price of a studio rental for two people in the Pyrénées is just €360 compared with €582 in the Hautes Alpes.