The Alpe d’Huez ski resort, in Isère Department at the Rhône-Alpes region, in southeast France, lies in the Oisans Alpes of the Central French Alps. The Resort is well known as home to many snow competitions and for the prestigious ''Tour de France'' cycle Tourneau.
The Les Deux Alpes ski resort is located in Isère Department in Rhone Alpes, southeast France near to Franco-Italian border. The resort, one of the oldest in France and in Europe, offers challenging and demanding runs both for winter snow activities and summer biking races.
The Montgenèvre Ski Resort lies in the southwest part of the Alps, in the Cottian Alps in southeast France in Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur. The Cottian Alps form the borderline between France and Italy and many Ski resorts have premises in both countries and they are interlinked. The Montgenèvre Ski Resort is part of the famous ''Milky Way'' Ski Area, which is a hosting arena for many national and international competitions.