Where to ski?
Puy Saint-Vincent ski resort
Accessible in 15 minutes by car or a little more by shuttle, it offers enough downhill ski runs to have fun during your stay.
From the start of the chairlifts at 1400m to the top of the domain at 2749m, the ski resort offers 1350m of vertical drop. Half of the slopes are located above 2000 m, which guarantees good snow conditions.
But the Puy Saint-Vincent ski resort is not only about numbers. It is also the larch forests and the perfectly blue sky, the trademark of the Hautes-Alpes.
- 75km of marked runs including 2 black, 12 red, 14 blue and 6 green
- 1 bordercross
- 1 snowpark
- 1 secured itinerary for initiation to ski touring to discover
- 3 illuminated runs for night skiing
- 35 km of Nordic trails
- 12 ski lifts
Pelvoux-Vallouise ski resort
This alpine ski area is not very big: 25 km of slopes will not impress the most addicted to alpine skiing, but the 1050 m difference in altitude (between 1250 m and 2300 m) and the possibility of skiing in powder snow will spice up the outing.
The Vallouise-Pelvoux ski resort is ideal for families and skiers looking for a quiet place, close to nature.
The start of the chairlift can be reached in a few minutes by car or by skibus.
25 km of pistes,
12 hectares of slopes equipped with snow cannons
12 runs including 2 black, 4 red, 4 blue and 2 green,
1 new generation 4-seater chairlift,
5 ski lifts,
1 baby ski lift,
1 run illuminated for night skiing,
2 toboggan runs,
20 hectares of artificial snow
1 snowpark for beginners
1 biathlon stadium for cross-country skiing.