Skiing in the Pyrenees

The Pyrenees offer options across 2 countries - we have resorts in the French Pyrenees and the Spanish Pyrenees

The resorts are traditional and offer some great skiing but are not, generally, the largest in terms of kilometres,

So why ski the Pyrenees? It is a friendlier environment and offers a mix of skiing beyond the motorway pistes of the 3 valleys - it has the bonus of feeling that you have traveled abroad and the hosts are pleased to see you.

Whether self-catered or in a hotel, try some traditional local dishes - when down in this region, there are typical duck dishes and the Gascon speciality garbure - which is vegetable broth laden with sausage, pork and duck leg

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Skiing in the Pyrenees

 

  • Skiing in Font Romeu

    £92- £279

    (£pp on std occ)

    Font Romeu has been built on the side of the Carlit mountain and presents sun and snow in abundance

    Font-Romeu is  part of the Catalan Pyrenees and is justly proud of its delightful climate, its traditions and its surroundings.

    This authentic village does host a modern and panoramic ski resort and it has two centres with Font-Romeu at 1650m and Pyenees 2000 at........, you guessed it, 2,000m

    Getting here -…

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  • Skiing in St Lary

    £59- £339

    (£pp on std occ)

    St Lary is in the French Pyrenees in the Aure valley and close to the border with Spain. It holds the Famille Plus label as a result of all that is on offer for children and families.

    We feature a range of hotels and apartments in this resort to cater for all budgets. The ski area has something for everyone of whatever level and style. 

    Getting here - fly, drive…

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  • Skiing in Ax Les Thermes

    £196- £200

    (£pp on std occ)

    The town of Ax Les Thermes is in the valley and is a spa town. From here you can drive up to Bonascre or take the telecabine from the centre of the resort up to 1400m.

    The word Ax comes from the latin “Aquae” meaning water and les Thermes are the hottest thermal waters in the area coming out the ground at a temperature of 78 degrees. The natural…

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  • Skiing in La Mongie

    £POA

    (£pp on std occ)

    At the foot of the Pic du Midi, La Mongie is the largest ski area in the french Pyrenees with over 100km of pistes (known as Le Tourmalet).

    It is also located within 90 minutes of the Pyrenees' most prestigious tourist attractions (Pic du Midi Pyrenees Na)

    There is access to 103 individual pistes, served by 43 ski lifts. In addition to the skiing in La Mongie itself (120km…

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