Cross-country skiing route

Discover another facet of skiing

Indulge your discoverer spirit, enjoy the wild beauty of untouched spaces,
the pleasure of sliding and savour your quota of virgin nature and brew of emotions.

Cross-country skiing is a great option to satisfy the desire for freedom associated with the great outdoors.

Get started safely

A breathtaking ascent, access to untouched spaces,
offer yourself a unique freedom of gliding, far from the hustle and bustle of the resort,
as close as possible to the unspoilt nature and without danger thanks to a secure route.

Route: Les Peyniers

NEWS: First aid centre:
Sem Sedev - Lifts:

Distance: 4.5 km
Difference in altitude: 347 m
Maximum altitude: 2246 m
Minimum altitude: 1899 m
Difficulty: medium

Start of the route: Fontbonne chairlift departure station
Route arrival: Peynier summit
(Peynier chairlift arrival station and high altitude restaurant)

Route for the compulsory ski descent on the blue runs of Les Mélèzes and Serre Meyrand during the ski area opening hours

The major risk factor in cross-country skiing is snow and avalanches. Their training processes are very complex, so it is essential to be informed about the conditions before setting off cross-country skiing. For your pleasure and safety, respect the signs put in place by the trails service. For the return skiing on the trails, respect the skier's safety instructions.
Caution: After 5.30 pm, winch grooming machines are present on the trails - according to the Vars ski area safety decree.