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Les Gets Piste Map

Les Gets Trail Map

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Les Gets resort's trail map

Beginners

Beginners can practice on the nursery slopes in the village centre but for better views (and better snow) there are gentle runs near the top of the Chavannes mountain.  Here you’ll find the Mappy’s area – a quiet space with four slopes created for beginners which is set apart from the standard ski area.  Take the Chavanne Express and not the Chavanne gondola which is rather slow.  Gentle runs to progress to include the Bleuets Bars and restaurants are also located nearby.

Beginner adults can join the YouCanSki program (offered throughout the Portes du Soleil ski area) which has been designed as a cheaper all-inclusive ski programme exclusively for adults.

Intermediates

Intermediate skiers should take advantage of the challenging reds on the Mont Chery side where they can improve their technique on quiet slopes.  Confident skiers can enjoy mogul skiing down the Yeti run and down the north and east of Mont Chery.  The difficulty of these runs will depend largely on the snow conditions - not much snow equals bumpy and hard.

There’s a boardercross track where snowboarders and skiers can practice increasing their speed which is maintained with artificial snow makers throughout the season.  And the park is pretty decent too.  A mini-snowcross for children can be found in the Grand-Cry territory – an American Indian village complete with teepees, a war-paint workshop, face-painting and treasure hunts!

For quality freestyle head to nearby Avoriaz.

Experts

When there’s a fresh dump of snow, the tree skiing in the Mont Chery trees is among the best in the whole of the Portes du Soleil area.

Surprisingly tricky black runs and some sweet off-piste can be found on Nyon but, overall, expert skiing at Les Gets is limited.  One of the toughest runs is Mouflons which is 1.23km long and pitches at up to 47%.

Skiing to Avoriaz will take two hours but it’s worth it to ski the famous Wall and to get to access to extensive off-piste terrain.  If you don’t fancy the two hour ski trip you can just hop aboard a 20 minute bus transfer to Prodain, which is what all of the locals do anyway.   

Operating status: Open

4/4
Beginner Runs Open
29/32
Intermediate Runs Open
24/27
Advanced Runs Open
5/9
Expert Runs Open
Partial
Return By Ski
85%
% Km Open

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Terrain Overview

5%
Beginners Runs
45%
Intermediate Runs
37%
Advanced Runs
12%
Expert Runs
72
Runs in Total
117 km
Runs in Total
117 km
Skiable Terrain
126 ha
Snow Making
41 km
Snow Making
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