Tignes CEO Faces Criticism
Complaints about accidents levelled at Alain Beaumin
James Fisher | Tignes Video Reporter | published: 20th November 2013
Alain Beaumin the CEO of STGM, the lift company in Tignes, has come under fire amid criticism that the lift company has not been fulfilling its duties on the Grande Motte.
Freeride World Qualifier in Tignes
Calendar of Freeride World Tour Events posted & it's coming to Tignes
James Fisher | Tignes Video Reporter | published: 14th November 2013
The Freeride World Tour, the pinnacle of competitive freeride skiing and snowboarding will be in Tignes this winter.
What's New in Tignes & Val d'Isere this Winter
New lifts, Villages & Sports Centres & All the Events This Winter in Espace Killy
James Fisher | Tignes Video Reporter | published: 2nd November 2013
The new winter is almost upon us here in the Espace Killy and the anticipation of what's in store is building. Tignes and Val d'Isere will officially open on November 30th and the lifts will keep running across the Espace Killy until May 11th.
Six Injured When Drag Lift Derails in Tignes
Second Accident on the Grande Motte as Drag Tow Cable Comes Free
James Fisher | Tignes Video Reporter | published: 21st October 2013
Six people were injured on Saturday morning when the Rosolin lift derailed on the Grande Motte Glacier in Tignes.
First Avalanche of the Winter in Tignes
No one hurt by Avalanche on the Grande Motte
James Fisher | Tignes Video Reporter | published: 15th October 2013
The first avalanche of the winter in Tignes swept over the Grand Motte on Sunday after four skiers ventured into the off-piste and triggered a slide.
New Standards for Ski Run Lengths
No more taking the piste with exaggerated lengths
Robin Deering | Tignes Editor | published: 15th October 2013
The FIANET (International Federation of Lift Operators) have called for a new standard for measuring the length of ski runs in resort, following the damning report from a German cartographer who claimed a number of ski resorts have exaggerated their total cumulated length of pistes.
European Flight Strike Threat
Strikes threaten major travel disruptions on October 10th
Robin Deering | Tignes Editor | published: 4th October 2013
Flights throughout Europe could face major disruptions on Thursday October 10th as air controllers in France, Germany, Spain and Portugal plan strike action.
X Games Tignes Cancelled for 2014
ESPN Scales Back on X-Games Axing Events in Europe & Brazil
James Fisher | Tignes Video Reporter | published: 4th October 2013
The 2014 X-Games in Tignes will not happen as ESPN announced yesterday that they are scaling back the X-Games franchise and concentrating on events in the USA.
France Number One Ski Destination in the World
A huge 57.9 million ski days in France last season
Robin Deering | Tignes Editor | published: 20th September 2013
The winter 2012/13 ski season saw France increase the number of skier days by 5% bringing the total number to 57.9 million, one million more than the USA, making France the most popular ski destination in the world for two years in a row.
Lucky Escape for Driver in Tignes Dam
Young driver escapes car before plunging into lake
Robin Deering | Tignes Editor | published: 17th September 2013
At 6:30 on Monday morning a young driver on her way to Val d'Isere lost control of her car and plunged into the Chevril lake, fortunately escaping with her life.