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En direct des pistes

15 juillet 2019, Peyragudes

Enneigement :
bas: 0 cm
haut: 140 cm
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25 mars 2019, Val Louron

Enneigement :
bas: 20 cm
haut: 75 cm
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Raquettes sapiniere de balestas Peyragudes Snowshoes

Go for a pleasant walk on virgin snow with family or friends or through the most stunning forests. The best way to enjoy and respect nature.



Fauna, flora and a unique landscape covered in snow are waiting for you. Try hard and go beyond your limits.


Go for a walk to the forest of Lapadé and the fir trees of Balestas. You can hire one of our mountain guides to go visit the secrets of nature off the beaten track.


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The forest of Lapadé
Duration: 1h 45min. Gradient: 180 m
Starting point - parking of Val Louron, follow the itinerary No. 9 along the buildings. After the restaurant “Le Trounquet”, go towards the forest and go down to the ski lift of Lapadé. Keep on the left along the track surrounding the fenced park. Mind the steep slope on the left. The track goes up through the forest to a viewpoint (Belvédère de Lapadé). Be careful and keep a safe distance to the precipice.
Go up to a second viewpoint (Belvédère de la Fôret) and take the right track going down to Val Louron. When reaching the fenced park, follow the same way back to the starting point.

Fold-out brochure available at the Tourist Office and at the ticket office of the ski resort.


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The fir trees of Balestass

Three tracks from 1 h 45 min to 3 h long. Starting point: high mountain airport (“altiport”)

Information Maison de Peyragudes

Phone : 05 62 99 69 99

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And also...

raquettes au col d'Azet...given that snowshoes are made for people who want to walk on virgin snow off the beaten tracks, Vallée du Louron offers a wide range of tracks including the crests of Azet, the valley of Balencous, the forests of Bareilles or the mountain pastures of Mont, among others.

Mountain guides offer countless expeditions for all kinds of people, levels of expertise, budgets, etc. From half-day expeditions to more-than-one-day raids, as well as night expeditions topped off by a fondue in a typical shepherd’s hut.


The mountain guides