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Where to Ski in the French Pyrenees

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Updated: 3 December 2017
If you are coming to the French Pyrenees soon, you’re probably aware that the region has some of the best ski resorts in France. Here is a list of the top spots you should stay for a couple of days (or more) when you are in the area.
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Saint-Lary-Soulan

Saint-Lary-Soulan is without a doubt the most popular ski station in the French Pyrenees region. The resort has more than 50 ski tracks, ranging from green to black slopes and covering over 100 kilometres. In addition, it also has toboggan runs and a park, making it perfect for a family vacation. The ski station is only 30 minutes away from the National Park of the Pyrenees.

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Font-Romeu

This very popular spot is the combination of the Font-Romeu and Bolquere Pyrenees 2000 ski resorts. Although it has ski tracks available for all levels, there are 22 tracks solely dedicated to cross-country skiing (more than any other station in the Pyrenees), making it an ideal place for those into this form of skiing.

Font-Romeu Tourist Office, 82 Avenue Emmanuel Brousse, Font-Romeu-Odeillo-Via, France, +33 4 68 30 68 30

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Piau-Engaly

Located in the Hautes-Pyrenees and culminating at 1850 metres, Piau-Engaly is the highest ski resort in the French Pyrenees. Renowned for its numerous red slopes, the ski resort is a delight for alpine skiing lovers. Moreover, Piau-Engaly also hosts the Derby des Pyrenees every year in which contenders attempt to ski down the tracks as fast as possible. Adrenaline rush guaranteed!

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