On the outskirts of the Ecrin National Park, Serre Chevalier is one of Europe’s largest resorts, with 250km of alpine ski slopes and 45km of cross-country routes. This lively, dynamic destination will allow you to go at whatever tempo you desire: family skiing in the Mélèze forests, night-time skiing on the breath-taking Vauban slope in Briançon, cross-country skiing and exploration of the region’s heritage. . . Briançon, a historical art town fortified by Vauban, offers its rich heritage, temporary exhibitions, and a variety of entertainment opportunities throughout the year.
Not far from the Spanish and Andorran borders, the resort in Bonascre is situated in the heart of 3 ski-areas: Bonascre, Saquet, and Camp. High-altitude skiing, gentle slopes that are ideal for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, dog-sledding. After a day on the slopes, treat yourself to a dip at the thermal spa centre in Ax les Thermes. With 75 km of slopes, the resort also boasts 40 snow cannons, 16 ski lifts, cross-country ski slopes on the Beille plateau and within the Chioula ski-area, and a snow park. Snowshoeing is also available.
In the heart of the Ariège Pyrenees in the Midi-Pyrénées region, Ax les Thermes is a hot spring resort with eighty springs that are known to have beneficial properties. As for skiing, the geographic location of Ax means that it has access to 3 ski-areas (Bonascre, Saquet, and Camp). With 75km of slopes, including 5 green slopes, 5 blue, 11 red, and 4 black, the Ax les Thermes resort also has 40 snow cannons, 16 ski lifts, cross-country ski slopes atop the Beille Plateau and within the Chioula ski-area, and a Snow park. Snowshoeing is also available.
Génos Lake, one of the most beautiful spots in the Pyrenees mountains, is an idyllic setting for your stay in the Louron Valley. Loudenvielle is a typical small village, ideal for a holiday that combines skiing with relaxation at the Balnéa spa centre.
Beginning at the Col de Peyresourde, Peyragudes welcome you on both of its mountain sides, offering downhill enthusiasts a wide range of thrills in a majestic winter setting. Situated within a vast ski-area, this resort is an invitation to try out a number of Nordic activities: Sled-dog rides, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing…With 60km of slopes, including 5 green, 20 blue, 20 red, and 4 black, Peyragudes/Val Louron is one of the most beautiful ski-areas in the Hautes-Pyrénées region.
Peyragudes is one of the Pyrenees mountains’ most lively and best-equipped resorts. It is ideally situated for maximum skiing fun! With 60km of slopes, including 5 green, 20 blue, 20 red, and 4 black, Peyragudes/Val Louron is one of the most beautiful ski-areas in the Hautes-Pyrénées region.
Situated in the heart of the Catalan Pyrenees, Font-Romeu offers breath-taking views of mountains reaching up to an altitude of 2900m. A skiing and downhill paradise, with guaranteed snow quality thanks to its many snow cannons. Close to Andorra, Font-Romeu is the sunniest resort in the whole of France. In the wintertime, it is known as one of the largest and most enchanting ski-areas of this mountain range. The Chalets de Belvédère provide a preserved hamlet atmosphere for the enjoyment of you and your family and friends. With 54km of alpine ski slopes, 111km of Nordic ski slopes, a snow park, and boardercross courses. A skiing and downhill paradise, with guaranteed snow quality thanks to its many snow cannons.
At the heart of the Maurienne Valley and the Sybelles ski-area, this resort is situated on a high-pasture plateau, bathed in sun, and offers breath-taking panoramas with a 360° view of the surrounding mountains. With 310km of slopes, as well as 73 ski lifts and 258 snow cannons, the “Sybelles” ski-area is one of the largest in France. Suitable for all levels. The resort also has a cross-country ski-area with 25km of marked slopes and 12km of pedestrian footpaths. Boardercross courses, snow park, snake-sledging…
A few kilometres from Megève, the village resort of Flumet is at the very heart of the Upper Val d’Arly-Mont Blanc region. The ski-area brings together the resorts at Flumet, Notre Dame de Bellecombe, Crest Voland/Cohennoz, Praz sur Arly, and Les Saisies, where authenticity, a respect for nature, and a variety of sporting facilities come together in complete harmony.
At the foot of Mont Blanc, Samoëns, village resort par excellence, is connected to the fifth largest ski-area in France: The Grand Massif. A paradise for skiing beginners and freeriders, Samoëns offers a multitude of ways to have fun in the snow.