There is free parking outside La Princesse, as well as a couple of ski shops. The lift takes you into the heart of the skiing. Although it does not feel Tignes-Like altitude-wise (the top station is 2,350m), there are certainly some areas that feel "haute montagne" alongside the lower areas of tree-lined runs.
It's a huge ski area and so you can only scratch the surface with a 4 hour ski pass. We pottered around the L'Epaule area, getting mildly lost in the St Nicolas de Veroce sector, by-passing La Folie Douce and ending up at a very nice lunch spot by the Les Communailles lift.
Our only gripe is the piste signage which rather assumes you already have a good grasp of the resort's geography.
|La Princesse gondola|