A space dedicated entirely to free riding, to special snowshoeing and ski touring routes.
You will find, for each entry of course, signs indicating the altitude, the opening hours and the difficulty of the course.
Outside the opening hours of the resort (8am-6pm), the courses and the areas, access to the ski area is STRICTLY prohibited.
In case of help call 05 61 05 40 31 between 8am and 6pm otherwise call 112.
9H30 - 14H
Free Ride Area
10H - 15H30
Positive altitude difference
Crest of the Tute: Ouverture 10H - 15H
Positive altitude difference of 288m
2 FreeRide areas
Marked and secured
Bois de Manseille :
in altitude of 636m
Bonascre Bleu : Opening 8H00 - 17H30
Positive altitude difference of 618m
(End of emergency services at 5:30 pm)
Sapin Bleu : 7H00 - 10H
Positive altitude difference of 353m
Campeillots : 10H - 15H30
Positive altitude difference of 344m
SNOWSHOEING, SKI TOURING AND FREE RIDE ACTIVITIES REQUIRE A GOOD PHYSICAL CONDITION AND GOOD HEALTH TO BE PRACTICED WITHOUT RISK. USERS ARE INVITED TO CONTACT THE SKI SLOPES SERVICE, THE SKI SCHOOLS OR THE GUIDE OFFICE.
SNOWSHOEING ACTIVITY :
"The snowshoeing activity of the Nordic family is subject to the hazards of the mountain and particularly the weather conditions. Therefore, it is necessary to be informed and to take precautions in order to practice this activity safely.
Respect the schedules and instructions mentioned on the signs.
SKI TOURING ACTIVITY :
4 ski touring itineraries have been created on the ski area. Bonascre, Sapins, Crête de la Tute and Campeillots.
The ski touring itinerary is not an alpine ski run. The practice of ski touring on the ski area, outside the marked routes and in the dedicated hours is prohibited.
FREE RIDE ACTIVITY :
2 secured areas have been created and allow the practice of "free ride" skiing in an adapted environment. It is advised to be attentive to the snow and weather conditions and to contact the ski slopes service. To begin, it is preferable to be accompanied by an instructor.
It is advisable to be properly equipped with skis for off-piste skiing, to wear a back protector and helmet, to have a DVA, probe and shovel in your bag.
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