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Tours & Uphill skiing trails

Map of areas to tour

Although ski touring has grown in popularity, it still remains a high-mountain and out-of-bounds activity. This fulfilling sport requires knowledge about the mountains, snow conditions, and local weather patterns. We recommend, prior to heading out, speaking with local professionals (high-mountain guides and patrollers) and notifying your friends or accommodations as to you where you plan to venture.

Plan secteurs ski de randonnée

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2 itinéraires balisés sont réservés aux randonneurs
ATTENTION : L'accès au domaine skiable en dehors des horaires d'ouverture est interdit par arrêté municipal.
Les pistes sont damées au moyen d'engins de damage dont certains sont équipés de treuil. Le cable peut atteindre 1000m. La collision avec le cable du treuil ou une dameuse peut présenter un risque mortel.
Un itinéraire de descente a été créé pour permettre la descente des randonneurs et des alpinistes pendant ces horaires : depuis les Barmettes, serrez à droite, empruntez le GR55 jusqu'à l'auberge des Fontanettes puis continuez par la piste des Flottes.
Renseignez-vous auprès des pisteurs (postes de secours des Fontanettes ou du Mont Bochor) et du personnel de la station pour vous informer sur les risques d'avalanche et sur d'éventuels tirs de prévention d'avalanches.

Uphill skiing trails

2 designated uphill trails near the downhill runs that offer you the chance to discover and enjoy ski touring.
Perhaps your next step will be hiring a guide to venture further into the mountains?
These trails take you to the top of the downhill ski runs.

Beginners: Le Rosset
The ideal uphill trail to learn or for a breath of fresh air!
Start at the Ancolie chairlift bottom.
Vertical gain: 335m.

High-mountain "access": Le Moriond
This trail takes you to Les Barmettes to exit the ski area and enter the high mountains;
Start at Pont de Cavin bridge or Les Fontanettes.
Vertical gain: 600m or 400m respectively.

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Pass'Randonneur

The Pass'Randonneur is a specific lift pass for ski touring that offers quick access to backcountry and high-altitude terrain.
The pass allows you to take both the Edelweiss and Génépi chairlifts.


Reduced
Regular
Pass’Randonneur
7.30 €
9.80 €

On sale at the lift pass office.
Reduced rate: 5 to 12 years old, 65 to 74 years old (proper identification required)
Regular rate: 13 to 64 years old
Keycard 2€ not included

2018-2019 information

Mountain huts

The Roc de la Peche Hut is open all year long (Spring and Autumn: contact them), allowing you to explore dozens of hikes, each one more spectacular than the next, in the wild and well-preserved Chavière Valley.

The Barmettes Hut, open in both winter and summer, is located at the upper end of the alpine ski trail "Les Fontanettes," at the top of the Le Génépy chairlift. At sunrise you can ski to Col de la Grande Casse Pass, Réchasse Glacier, or even Arollets Valley. Below Col de la Vanoise Pass venture into the most well-known valley of the entire Vanoise Range where the massive south face of the Grande Casse, the area's highest peak, rises high above.

Starting at the end of March, the Col de la Vanoise and Péclet-Polset huts are open, providing easier access to the high mountains. On either side of the legendary Vanoise glaciers, explore a wide range of backcountry tours for all levels.