Alpine skiing Hautes-Alpes

Everyone has heard of Alpne skiing and the Pays des Écrins is no exception - its ski slopes are open to you.

Alpine skiing in the Écrins

In the Pays des Écrins there are two resorts: Puy Saint Vincent and Pelvoux-Vallouise, where you can ski to enjoy nature, to relax, or for some action!

In the Pays des Écrins there is a 1350 m e and 109 km of marked slopes across snowy valleys and larch forests. There are 4 black slopes, 16 red, 18 blue and 8 green that can be reached using 18 lifts (including 8 chairlifts - 3 detachable - and 10 ski lifts) 2 night-lit slopes, 1 snowpark, 1 boardercross, and artificial snow to produce snow between 1250 m and 2400 m.

Alpine skiing is the flagship activity of winter sports. To do this activity, some will need a few ski lessons to get started or just to improve. The Pays des Écrins has three ski schools to assist you in your endeavours. The ski school instructors will help and guide you during your skiing holiday.

Alpine skiing is open to all from as young as age three. For the younger participants, lessons take place in the snow garden where your toddlers will enjoy sliding in a fun manner and more especially suitable to their age. For older participants, the slopes will be possible as soon as they know how to use a lift such as a ski lift. The snowplough turn is the first step in order to descend the first green slopes of the resorts in the Pays des Écrins. Experienced skiers will be able to make the most of the entire resort.



The mountains are a place of wonder which you can explore on your own. To make sure you set off into the potentially dangerous, multifaceted terrain in the best conditions:

  • Check the weather forecast and the snow conditions
  • Choose a route that corresponds to your abilities
  • Inform your friends and relatives of your outing



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