Famille faisant un jeu de piste dans le Massif des Vosges
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Let’s hit the slopes!

The joys of skiing

With its 21 resorts and numerous signed runs ranging from green to black, the Vosges Mountains have something to offer anyone looking for a great winter sports holiday. Ideal for families, beginners and expert skiers alike, these resorts offer the same range of services as the major resorts. You’ll find places to hire your gear (you can even hire your ski trousers and jacket if you want to travel light), childcare facilities, snow making equipment and efficient up-to-date ski lifts. So, are you ready to hit the slopes?

La star de l’hiver, c’est sans conteste le ski de descente ! Downhill skiing – the undisputed top winter sport 

Head to La Bresse-Hohneck, the largest ski area in north-eastern France. At an altitude of 1,350 m at its highest point, equipped with more than 360 snow-making machines, 34 runs and 15 ski-lifts, it offers both dawn and evening skiing. Enthusiasts will love it!

Neighbouring resorts have plenty to offer too. Gérardmer has the longest run in the Vosges Mountains – Les Chevreuils offers 2.8 km of non-stop downhill skiing.

The Lac Blanc resort in the Kaysersberg valley is located in a unique situation – right in the middle of the slopes. Ski down from here to Lac Blanc 900, or take the lift to the summit and ski back down to the main resort at Lac Blanc 1200.

Even the little ones can learn to ski! There’s fun for the whole family in the Vosges Mountains !

In all the resorts you’ll find ESF (Ecole de Ski Française) instructors offering beginners’ classes for children.

Several resorts have been awarded the “Famille Plus” label, a guarantee that the resort offers top-class family-friendly services. These include restaurants offering children’s menus and/or with a children’s area, child-friendly facilities in your accommodation, childcare optiond close to the slopes – all you need to ensure that the whole family can enjoy a great skiing holiday!


Discover our early morning skiing experience! Next time, what if you were the one to draw the first track on the slopes?

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