Panoramique du Mont Bochor
Panoramique du Village
Front de neige
Two sledding areas are open, for free, for the entire family to enjoy:- Petit Poucet : right at the entrance to the village, to the right of the Petit Poucet surface lift. The low-angle slope is well suited for big and little kids!- Le Barioz : this sledding area is located right near the center of the resort, to the right of the Le Barioz ski run, next to the ESF Ski School kids' area. Slightly steeper, the entire family will have a great time!
A fun-filled run for kids at the bottom of the Le Génépi chairlift.Your little ones will have a great time sliding on skis through a genuine winter playground set up just for them. Funny characters to ski around, bumps, tunnels, and other obstacles allow little kids to slide on snow while having fun and to have fun while sliding on snow…
A fun and safe designated area at the ice rink for kids to learn to ice skate. You have the option of renting a child “safety” pack at the rink that includes a toboggan, helmet, and knee pads.
An amazing water slide for kids to enjoy!More information on the swimming pool.
The Kid Traineau provides kids ages 8 to 12 to learn to dog sled. For one hour in the great outdoors, budding mushers will learn the basic techniques for sliding on snow on a sled pulled by 1 or 2 dogs.The session starts with an explanation of the safety rules followed by a presentation of the sled dogs, and then driving the dog sled. The kids will be instructed on how to ride their sleds individually.A truly unique activity to have fun and learn to drive a dog sled and become a real-life musher!
3 kids maximum at once | Kids are required to wear a helmet and appropriate clothing for winter conditions | Kids should wear warm and waterproof footwear with good ankle support (ski boots and moon boots are not allowed) | Only during French holidays | Available only 2 days a week.
The Baby Park is designed for kids 3 to 7 years old. The park is 50m long. Little mushers will safely enjoy riding a sled pulled by genuine sled dogs. Mickaël, a state-certified instructor (with a specialty in canine activities), runs each session and teaches kids the basics.After a ten-minute presentation, the instructor uses fun and games to teach kids proper posture, how to turn, glide, brake, and stop in order to facilitate learning to guide and ride a dog sled.
10 kids maximum at once | Kids are required to wear a helmet and appropriate clothing for winter conditions. | Kids should wear warm and waterproof footwear with good ankle support (ski boots and moon boots are not allowed) | Available only 2 days a week.
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Close to the village, in a mysterious silence, discover the new Inuit Apprentice Camp!Help build an igloo with guidance from Stéphane, our Inuit in chief. This fun activity is capped off with a delicious hot chocolate to enjoy inside the igloo.
Duration: 1h30 | Kids are required to wear appropriate clothing for winter conditions | Kids should wear warm and waterproof footwear | Minimum 8 paying participants.For 8 years old and more. An adult for one child. Kids must be accompanied by an adult.
290 avenue Chasseforêt
73710 Pralognan-la-Vanoise, France
Tel: : + 33(0)4 79 08 79 08
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