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What’s new in the best ski resorts of France?

After having waited a long time for the snow, the best French ski resorts can finally present their new innovations to the skiers. On the program: yoga, zip line, privatized trails and other surprises that we invite you to discover now!

The biggest zip line in France in La Colmiane, in the Alpes Maritimes

Thrill-seekers, take note! Since last December it is now possible to fly at 120 km / h, 100 meters above the ground, for an unusual experience between sky and snow … The Tyrolean La Colmiane, the largest in France, also allows to carry the skis in a small bag provided for this purpose. On arrival, it is enough to reload them to continue any schuss!

Tested and approved by Taig Khris, the extreme sportsman!

A track just for you in Manigod, Haute-Savoie

The Manigod station, near La Clusaz, has just had a good idea to develop its activities: the possibility of privatizing a track or a part of the domain outside opening hours to the public. This proposal is intended primarily for companies that could organize great team building events and groups of individuals looking for an original idea for stag and hen parties and other celebrations.

So how about renting a ski slope?

Source: Flickr (by Adrien Bandiera)

The yoga of skiers in Morzine

Who said that yoga and skiing had nothing to do? In Morzine, the all-new “Yogis Trail”, 2400 m long, allows those who wish to practice Asanas (yoga postures) on a sparkling white carpet … More precisely, ten postures are explained through panels dedicated, some to practice without taking off the skis! Perfect to do good to his body as to his head!

Source: Flickr (by will_cyclist)

Skiing for babies in Orcières 1850, in the Hautes-Alpes

From 18 months, the little ones have the opportunity to learn the pleasures of skiing with the Baby Snow, on a kind of surf with a saddle and handlebars, all guided by an ESF monitor or their parents. An ideal experience for apprentice skiers who are not yet old enough to enter kindergarten!

Source: www.orcieres.com

Ten kilometers of non-stop skiing in Deux-Alpes

The result of a titanic construction site that lasted two years, the blue track “return station” of the Deux-Alpes promises beautiful walks! Starting at the Bellecombe chairlift, at an altitude of 3,200 m, it descends for 10 km to the Isère station, allowing easier access to the resort and an incomparable gliding experience.

Are you going skiing this year? What is your favorite station?

Camille L.

Passionate about foreign languages, cooking and writing. I wish to share with you the places, the meetings and the gastronomic discoveries which gave relief to my travels.

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