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US News Jobs, attendance, benefits ... The ski resort sector in six figures

20:30  24 november  2020
20:30  24 november  2020 Source:   lexpansion.lexpress.fr

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How many ski resorts does France have? For what economic benefits? L'Express takes stock of this sector which risks being weakened by the health crisis.

350 ski resorts in France

France is a region rich in ski resorts. It has 350 in total, according to France Montagnes , and around 200 ski area companies, spread over seven different massifs: the Northern Alps, the Southern Alps, the Pyrenees, Corsica, the Massif Central, the Jura, and the Vosges mountains.

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10 billion in economic benefits

According to AFP, the sector garners 10 billion in economic benefits, or between 5% and 10% of the French tourism economy, specifies Domaines Skiables de France . In 2014, with 3.4% of the wealth generated, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, which is home to large ski areas, was the third region in France by the weight of tourism in its economy, behind Corsica and Provence-Alpes -Côte d'Azur, according to INSEE .

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120,000 seasonal jobs

An area that relies heavily on seasonal employment. According to Domaines skiables de France, between shops, accommodation, ski schools and resort services, more than 120,000 jobs depend on the opening of the resorts this winter.

10 million tourists

Each year, the resorts welcome 10 million tourists, 7 million of whom practice board sports. Among these holidaymakers, around 25% are foreigners and come especially to France to take advantage of its slopes. Foreigners who should be missed this year, given the global health situation. If they can reopen, the French resorts will nevertheless be able to count on European tourists.

13% of its attendance at Christmas

The sector also achieves 13.5% of its attendance during the pre-season and around 13% at Christmas. Last year, the French ski resorts recorded an increase of 1.7 points in their attendance during the end-of-year holidays compared to last year, according to the National Observatory of ski resorts. mountain (ONSM).

In the world top 3

France can also boast of being in the world top 3 for skiing, alongside the United States and Austria. Indeed, the sector records more than one billion euros in annual revenue, 55 million skier-days and 18,000 employees divided into twenty professions, according to Ski Areas. The professional union accounts for around 55 million skier days each year, which places France third in the world behind Austria and the United States.

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