The French Pyrenees winter season runs from early December through to mid-April, offering many resorts to choose from. Below are a few of our favourites which are situated close to our accommodation. There are large areas dedicated to beginners leaving the higher slopes free for the more experienced skiers. Don't forget your swimwear, many of the resorts have Balenea's (health spa's) offering you the opportunity to relax after your day on the slopes. There are many bars and restaurants or non skiers in the group who wish to come along and enjoy the atmosphere. Ski, Snowboard, Cross country ski, the choice is yours.
Le Grand Tourmalet
With its 69 pistes, extending over more than 100km, Le Grand Tourmalet is the biggest ski-station in the French Pyrenees. This is most certainly worth a trip for the more advanced skiers/boarders wanting longer and more challenging slopes.
Some parts are especially reserved for beginners, who can have fun on the recreational course, or the new skiers space. Lovers of big thrills can go in for the joys of the free-ride. Book your ski guide from 50 euros per day to show you the best this mountain has to offer.
Much more than just a ski resort, overlooking the beautiful Pyrenean valleys of Aure and Louron, Val Louron is the ideal place to relax with your family, with one of the best beginner areas in the Pyrenees, Book your ski guide with us from 50 euros per day to show you what this mountain resort has to offer. e-mail us firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a large ski resort in the French Pyrenees just 25km from Sarrancolin In the heart of the Pyrenees, overhung by 3000 meters of stunning peeks. This resort has a family friendly atmosphere with great slopes for any beginners to start out on. One of our favourites to take beginners for the start of their ski or board journey. There are lots of wide, open and empty green runs to practice your turns. For those seeking more advanced slopes, the Peyragudes does not disappoint. It has plenty of challenging reds and blacks interlinked with tree-lined blue slopes offering plenty of photo opportunities. With 60 km of slopes, 230 snow cannons and seven snow groomers which work daily, you can be assured of great snow. For those seeking further thrills, there is the snow park equipped with a ski lift, border-cross, air-board or speed-riding. The Peyragudes has many restaurants to choose from and a supermarket for those looking to take a picnic on the mountain. You can hire equipment directly here and obtain your daily lift pass when you arrive. Book your ski guide with us from 50 euros a day to assist you in exploring the beautiful report
Saint Lary Soulan
FREE MAP DOWNLOAD There are three different zones in this stunning resort. The first, Saint-Lary 1700, also known as the Pla d'Adet can be accessed from the main gondola in the centre of the village. It includes ski schools, the Piou Piou club (a snow garden), tobogganing and snow games. The ski lifts from Pla d'Adet take skiers up to 2300 m altitude, to the Soum de Matte. From here you can either enjoy long ski runs on the blue piste back to the starting point, or to take the more technical red and black pistes for those wanting more of a challenge. St Lary 1900 "Espiaube" is an intermediate area beginning at 1,650 m above sea level at the car park. This has many blue and red pistes running from the upper areas of the resort, and a sports zone with excellent red and black runs through the forest on a north facing slope. Saint Lary 1900 has some very long runs of more than 3 km, such as Mirabelle and Terranère. Mirabelle is served by two chairlifts and a cable car and has a mountain restaurant which is also accessible to non-skiers. Moving upwards and crossing the ridge, Saint-Lary 2400, or the "Vallon du Portet" is a true jewel of the skiing world. At an altitude above 2000m, it offers a wide range of pistes, an extraordinary 360° view of the Pyrenees and plenty of sunshine. There are mountain restaurants accessible to non-skiers, snow sports zones such as the "De Le Rue's Line" and the snowpark with a cross-country ski track 3 km long. Saint Lary has a wonderful night life and apres ski atmosphere so be sure to stick around to experience all Saint Lary has to offer when the sun goes down.
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