Ice rinks

Enjoy skating with the family at the foot of the slopes.


Prolonging the pleasure of winter sports!

The ice rink is a popular place after skiing hours. You can enjoy this activity in both of the Pays des Écrins’ resorts. The whole family can continue sliding even after the skis are stowed away.

Once you’ve bought your entry ticket, you can get your skates on and take to the ice. We advise you to use suitable protection to minimise the risks in the event of a fall. Gloves on your hands, a helmet on your head and skates on your feet: you are ready to skate in the open air.

Children love showing what they are capable of! A few falls are very likely, but they will not taint the pleasure that you will experience with family and friends.

In the Pays des Écrins there are two ice rinks that you can use in the winter, one in Puy Saint Vincent and one in Pelvoux-Vallouise.


Ice skating in Puy Saint Vincent.

In Puy Saint Vincent, you will glide across an artificial skating rink. It is open from Sunday to Friday during French school holidays and from Monday to Saturday outside of school holidays. It is free and is open from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m.

You will make the most of the rink at the foot of the slopes under the starry sky of the Pays des Écrins. Skates are on loan during opening hours.

The ice rink is the venue for events and a lively, well-humoured evening.

For more details, contact the SEM des Écrins or the Office du Tourisme Intercommunal du Pays des Écrins.

SAEM les Écrins


Ice skating in Pelvoux-Vallouise

At the Pelvoux-Vallouise resort, there is a natural ice rink. It is located at the foot of the Pelvoux-Vallouise resort.
Conditions permitting, it is open every day from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. during the French school holidays.
It is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays outside school holidays. You can either bring your own ice skates or hire them on site. A host is present for the events and to supervise.

The entrance fee is €1. Season ticket €10. Ice skate hire €1.

Pelvoux resort.

Now all that remains is to head to the ice for memories that will last a lifetime.