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Last Updated 8th January 2020 at 12:11 pm

Great news for our Les Gets guests. The resort will have two new pistes for this winter.

© Mel Carle / OT Les Gets

© Mel Carle / OT Les Gets

Les Trembles: A new blue piste…

Les Trembles will be one of the new runs coming into Les Gets. It’ll be in the Perrières part of the resort and will take skiers all the way down to the Perrières car park. This new run will increase the ski area even further as well as help reduce congestion on the surrounding slopes at busy times. Intermediate skiers and boarders should be excited, and so too should skiers of all other abilities, knowing that they’ll have plenty of space to carve their tracks on the slopes.

The Perrières car park is a popular parking option with people driving up from down the valley as well as Les Gets residents and holidaymakers with their own cars, so a new and easy way to access it is welcome news. As always with new pistes, this new addition to the ski area will help reduce traffic on the surrounding slopes at busy times, so good news all round!


Uphill piste over on Mont Chéry

This secured piste over on Mont Chéry is reserved just for touring. At 3km long and covering 665 vertical metres, it’ll take ski tourers and splitboarders from the bottom of the gondola lift (near Chalet Monet) all the way up to the Mont Chéry summit. Keen tourers will enjoy a tranquil passage up the mountain and the opportunity to continue touring even when the weather’s not cooperating!

As it’s the first slope of its kind over on Mont Chéry, it’ll have some new markings so look out for orange and yellow markers – and remember it’s for going uphill only! Once you’ve reached the top you can ski down the pistes, but make sure you stay within lift opening hours for your own safety.

Ski touring has been growing in popularity in recent years. It’s a great option for those wanting a healthy dose of cardio while enjoying the mountain environment. A specialised touring piste will allow beginners to learn in a safe and secure environment, while keen tourers will be able to tour for exercise away from the downhill slopes, making things safer for everyone.

So there you have it. Winter is well and truly on its way!

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