‘‘ In the heart of the Parpaillon massif, Crévoux is a mountain village resort whose area ranges from 1600m to 2550m above sea level.
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Skiing for all the family

Family resort by excellence, the tracks meander through the larch of forests for unforgettable strolls. With its snow front dedicated to welcoming beginners and youngsters, learning to ski takes place without stress under the resting eyes of parents taking advantage of the deckchairs.

Good skiers will not be outdone and will appreciate the many fun tracks with a character track spanning 1000 m of vertical drop and on exceptional natural snow.

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Crévoux offers all the pleasures of alpine skiing and snowboarding on its landscape:

  • 5 ski lifts and 16 tracks for all levels spread on 22 km and between 1600m and 2550m of altitude
  • 1 snow garden at the base of the slopes managed by l’ESF with a snow thread for the discovery of skiing for the little ones
  • 1 beginners area on the snow front served by a ski lift with a specific rate
  • 1 secure toboggan area at the foot of the slopes
  • 1 snow park initiation on the snow front
‘‘ To discover: a series of blue slopes which extends over 7 km in length and 1,000 m of elevation. From the top of the ski area, after enjoying the view of Lake Serre-Ponçon, you can descend at your own pace to the resort via the altitude restaurant ...

Free riders, welcome to ski paradise

A north slope of 1000m of elevation on which unrolls only 22 km of tracks. For free riders looking for powdered snow and wide open spaces, these figures reflect the exceptional potential of the Crévoux off-track area. The Pré de l’Etoile ski lift allows you to take advantage of the immense high valleys with modest slopes. An ideal spot to get stared in powdered snow.

But what makes Crévoux so famous is free riding in the forest. The larches of Crévoux are ideally spaced to take advantage of long wild descents to the station: In the Western part of the station, near the Black slope, you will find steep slopes but tighter trees while on the Eastern part, the forest is more airy and the slopes are more accessible.

You can discover this universe in complete safety by taking advantage of the skilled professionals (High mountain guides and ski instructors)


AVD park and AVD check point: be autonomous and responsible

Free riding is practiced in unmarked and unsecured spaces. This discipline requires you to be equipped with the necessary equipment to ensure your own security, Avalanche Victim Detector (AVD) as close as possible to the body, probe and shovel in the backpack constitute an inseparable triptych in your equipment. Knowing how to use this material is essential, which is why we offer a training area for AVD in free of acces. Located at the start of the Pré de L’étoile ski lift, the AVD park is made up of radio beacons that can be found using your AVD. Move closer to the ski lift operators to activate the beacons.

Onced arrived at the Pic de Ratel ski lift, a checkpoint will allow you to make sure your AVD is working properly. This device is also available at the entrance of the Nordic area of La Chalp for ski hikers and glacier climbers.


Good reflexes to adopt

Prepare your outings by consulting the weather forecast and the Bulletin d’Estimation du Risque d’Avalanche

Never ride alone!

AVD, probe and shovel are essential !!!

Adapt your outing and choose your routes according to the snow conditions.

Ask the Ski resort’s patrols about the current conditions

Do not hesitate to contact a professional in order to ride safety