For skiing and snowboarding, there are 300 km of slopes with 82 lifts available. The resort area lies between elevations of 1,550 and 3,456 m. Tignes and Val d'Isère are connected by lifts and runs to form one of the largest ski resorts in France. This resort was formerly called Espace Killy. It is situated at the upper end of the Isère valley. The ski resort and its slopes are partly located on glaciers. The Grande Motte Glacier in Tignes also attracts skiers in the summer. The resort closest to Pointe du Montet (3,428 m) and Grande Motte (3,656 m) offers slopes of all levels of difficulty for skiing and snowboarding. Tignes is also considered a paradise for freeriding.