Isola 2000

Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur

Isola 2000 located at the gateway to the Mercantour National Park, just 4 km from the Franco-Italian border, Isola 2000 stands as a picturesque alpine resort with less than 600 year-round residents. Isola 2000's ski terrain is divided between two valleys. The Lombarde side, facing south, enjoys abundant sunshine throughout the day, while the Méné side offers shaded slopes in the afternoon. With Mount Malinverni (2938 meters) watching over, the resort features 120 kilometers of ski runs ranging from 1800 to 2603 meters in altitude. The Isola 2000 snowpark, located at 2300m, is a haven for ski freestyle enthusiasts, offering technically challenging features for all skill levels, including Slopestyle, Big Air, Handrails, and a beginner's zone. The Mouflon run hosts Isola 2000's boarder cross track, a venue for high-level competitions such as the French and European cups. Beyond skiing, Isola 2000 provides a range of activities for visitors of all ages. From authentic Austrian horse and kart rides to go-karting, snowmobiling, and playrooms, the resort offers diverse entertainment. Relaxation is also a priority, with massages and various treatments available in town, including Ayurvedic, Shiatsu, and hot stone massages, facials, endermologie, and body care. A dedicated relaxation area and gym cater to those seeking post-ski recovery.

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The ski/snowboarding season at Isola 2000 typically runs from December to April, depending on snow conditions.

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