Powder Heaven On Your Doorstep
Yellowstone is one of the finest ski in / ski out properties in Europe. Sainte Foy's slopes are just seconds from the chalet and can be enjoyed by both beginners and advanced skiers alike (there's an excellent ski school for children).
If you are looking for something more testing, however, then Sainte Foy has some of the most amazing backcountry and off-piste runs in Europe, offering acres of untouched powder (which is why you'll find the guides head there to ski on their days off).
Not only does it have its own superb skiing, but Sainte Foy is perfectly located between Val d'Isère / Tignes, Les Arcs / La Plagne, La Rosière... all of which are between 10 to 20 min privately-chauffered drive away.
If this isn't adrenaline pumping enough, you can organise a heli-ski trip to the Italian powder fields of La Thuile and Val Grisenche from the heli pad just 100 meters away from your doorstep.Make an Enquiry
How should you relax at Yellowstone Ski Lodge after a hard day on the slopes? You could have a soak in the outdoor jacuzzi (with its uninterrupted views up the valley). You could wind down in the hamaam. You could have a massage in the treatment room. Work out on our state of the art kenisis techno gym. Watch a movie on our large flatscreen TV. Or, you could simply curl up with a book or your favourite daily paper on one of our large sofas, warmed by our open fire and surrounded by breathtaking mountain views.
However you like to relax after hitting the snow, you’ll be able to do it at Yellowstone Ski Lodge.
There are a number of lovely trips that can be taken from Sainte Foy, including a visit to the local tannery to pick up a cowhide or deer skin rug, as well as a tour of Arpin (a local woollen mill which makes fabrics for the likes of Hermès). There is also a local food market once a week in Bourg St Maurice.Make an Enquiry
Yellowstone is also a fantastic party chalet... so if relaxing is not how you'd like to end an adrenalin-filled day off-piste, we've got it covered. Then there are the local bars and restaurants (and the nightlife of Val D'Isère nearby)... although our guests tend to gravitate towards their own surroundings, described as 'a temple to serious lounging'.