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Ski Mountaineering in FGC

Know the new proposal for lovers of ski mountaineering at FGC Resorts 
  • SKI MOUNTAINEERING MARKED TRACKS

    Up to 21 tracks marked at the FGC ski and mountain resorts for specific SKI mountaineering, we will wait for you this season

    GONDOLA RIDE INCLUDED

    With the new mountain ski pass you have two daily hikes included with any of the ski lifts at the FGC mountain ski resort. Also the Vall de Núria rack railway!

    SKI PASS WITH ADVANTAGES

    With the new FGC seasonal ski pass you can enjoy a lot of benefits and discounts at the resorts and establishments in the territory.

    Frequently asked questions? We answer them!

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    Should you need a ski to be skied to mountain skiing?
    No, although FGC proposes this proposal to all those who practice mountain skiing and freeride the option of purchasing a ski pass to complement the climbs autonomously through the resort circuits.
    Does the mountain ski include insurance?
    No, FGC recommends that practitioners in these disciplines federate with the FEEC or FCEH and secure with their linked products. In addition, for the feds, FGC raises a 20% discount on the price of the ski pass season ski pass
    Is there a mountain ski day ski pass?
    No, for now the proposal is a season pass.
    Where can I consult the state of the circuits?
    The status of the circuits will be reported daily on the website of each ski resort
    Do you have rent of specific material and do you course?
    Check directly with the scientist helpline at each of the stations. There are several schools that offer these services
  • Discover what each resort offers you

    A new proposal at the FGC stations that contemplates the creation of a new ski pass and the marking and preparation of up to 21 mountain ski tracks.

    Below, you will find the different skimo circuits at FGC resorts. If you click on the "Download track" button you can access, through the Wikiloc FGC Turisme Outdoor profile, to the complete review that includes the route description, technical data, photographs and the downloadable file of the "track" which you can use to guide your activity.

     

    With the collaboration of the Atomic and Dynafit brands, we suggest that you take part in the challenges associated with the Skimo circuits of the FGC stations linked to the Strava application and to our FGC Turisme Outdoor club. Discover them at turismefgc.cat/outdoor

     

                       

                  

  • Ski Mountaineering in LA MOLINA

    La Molina, the dean station of winter sports in the peninsula, is also one of the winter centers where mountain ski is most practiced in Catalonia. Their cleared reliefs, their large mountain range and their itineraries are already recognized by the ski community. An ideal station for the "athletic" skimo and with breathtaking views.

     

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    • VILALTA track

      Starting point: Base TC El Llac 1,652m

      Arrival point: Cap de Comella 2,076m

      Slope (+): 424m

      Length: 4.108m

      Difficulty: medium

      Cannon Innivation: No

      Estimated climb time: 1h 30 '

       

       

      The route pass through the heart of the ski resort, we will feel as if we are climbing through a lost forest in the Pyrenees

        

      A varied itinerary that runs along the north face of Cap de Comella. It starts at the Volta Muntanya Sagrada track and at the height of Llac de La Molina, we leave the track and take a trace that, inside the forest, will take us to Cap de Comella, where the itinerary ends. Although the route runs through the heart of the ski resort, we will feel as if we are climbing through a lost forest in the Pyrenees.

       

      The ascent, although a little more technical than the Alabau itinerary, is ideal for a start in the world of mountain skiing.

    • LA TOSA track

      Starting point: Base TC El Llac 1,652m

      Arrival Point: Tosa d'Alp – Niu de l’Àliga 2,525m

      Slope (+): 870m

      Length: 4000

      Difficulty: medium

      Cannon Innivation: No

      Estimated climb time: 3 h

       

       

      In the more than 4 km of route we will be able to enjoy an authentic ascent with mountain skis until the top of the Tosa, culminating point of the mountain station of the Molina to 2.537 ms in the doors of the Natural Park of the Cadí Moixeró.

       

      The route, 4 km long, begins on the lake trail. We will continue, a short stretch along the Olympic track until we find the trail that comes out on the right. This will take us to the highest point of the station, La Tosa, where the itinerary ends.

       

      During the tour we will find flat areas, stretches of forest with conversions and open land with gentle and not so gentle slopes. The good views are guaranteed and with a little luck, we can enjoy the company of some rebeco.

    • ALABAU-TORRENT track

      Starting point: Base Alabau TSD 1.830m

      Arrival Point: Cap de les Costes de l'Huguet 2.199m

      Slope (+): 369

      Length: 5238

      Difficulty: low

      Cannon Innivation: No

      Estimated climb time: 1h 30 '

       

       

      This itinerary pas along the easternmost part of the La Molina ski resort. It has a distance and an unevenness, ideal for starting in the world of mountain ski

       

      The route begins next to the Alabau chairlift. The first part of the route is flat, until you reach the Clot de Hospital. At this point the slope gradually increases, never being very steep. This is an ideal stretch to perfect your conversions.

       

      The itinerary at all times pas through an open area without trees. This fact allows us to enjoy fantastic views of the Cerdanya and the Ripollès. After this point we reach the final part of the climb, where the slope decreases. On a gentle slope we come to the top of the Torrent Negre, where this route ends.

  • Image gallery La Molina

  • Ski Mountaineering in VALLTER 2000

    Vallter 2000 is the cradle of Catalan mountaineering and also one of the largest winter sports schools in the Catalonia. Its location, the Ull de Ter shelter and the Morens circle make it an ideal place to practice winter sports, including mountain skiing.

     

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    • ENRIC PLANELLA track

      Start point: Parking Pastuira 1.959m

      Arrival Point: Marmotes Cafeteria 2,535m

      Slope (+): 576

      Length: 3100

      Difficulty: medium

      Cannon Innivation: No

      Estimated climb time: 1h 30 '

       

       

      Itinerary through the area of ​​the Xalet following the old way of Núria

       

      Itinerary departing from the side of the TC Enric Planella at the height of 1,959mts towards the river. We border the river until we reach the CEC shelter. We continue parallel to the track of the Xalet and without losing sight of the river we reach under the rubble of the old refuge.

       

      At this point we take the Coll de la Marrana direction. Once at the meteorological station we continue until we reach the height cafe of Les Marmotes just below the canals of the Bastiments.

       

    • CLOT DE LA BASSA track

      Starting point: Pla de Morens - Nucli Station 2,150m

      Arrival Point: Marmotes Cafeteria 2,535m

      Slope (+): 385

      Length: 2500

      Difficulty: low

      Cannon Innivation: Yes / No

      Estimated Rise Time: 45 '

       

       

      Itinerary through El Clot area of ​​the station, which will take us to the base of the Pla de Regalèssia and from there to the Marmotes at 2,535 mts.

       

      Itinerary leaving the base of the station, right next to the 4-seater TC. From here, we skirt the last stretch of the Jordi Pujol track, we turn left to reach the raft passing the river bed. Once we leave the raft to our left, we follow the trace through the base of the Pla de la Regalèssia and Esquena d'Ase, never leaving the station slopes.

       

      In the last section we find the ascent of the Pala de la Mort, the most difficult section due to the steep slope but once it has passed it has the satisfaction of being able to enjoy a spectacular view of the whole Circ de Morens. A few meters later we reach the tall cafeteria of Marmotes.

    • EL BAC track

      Starting point: Pla de Morens - Nucli Station 2,150m

      Arrival Point: Marmotes Cafeteria 2,535m

      Slope (+): 385

      Length: 3100

      Difficulty: low

      Cannon Innivation: Yes / No

      Estimated climb time: 1h

       

       

      Itinerary through the bac area of ​​the station that will take us to the old refuge of Ull de Ter, and from there to the Marmotes at 2,535mts

       

      A varied itinerary leaving the base of the station, next to the Tq de Barquins. From here we will head towards the Bac forest near the TQ trace. Once we leave the forest, we will face the pendent consist between the Jordi Pujol and Estadi slopes to cross the Ski lift just at the point where the two ski lifts are separated. From here we head south to find the ruins of the old Ull de Ter refuge.

       

      At this point you can enjoy an impressive view: the Mediterranean sea in the background and the peaks of the Gra de Fajol and Bastiments just in front of us. We drive west and reach the Marmotes high cafe for a well-deserved refreshment.

       

    • CAMÍ VELL track

      Start point: Parking Pastuira 1.959m

      Arrival Point: Marmotes Cafeteria 2,535m

      Slope (+): 576

      Length: 2500

      Difficulty: medium

      Cannon Innivation: No

      Estimated Ascent Time: 1h 15 '

       

       

      Itinerary around the Xalet refuge of the CEC that takes us from the height 1,959 to Marmotes 2,535mts

       

      Itinerary that starts at the height of 1.959mts just next to the TC Enric Planella. From here we continue along the side of the Xalet track to Pla Carli.

       

      At this point we continue in the direction of the Coll de la Marrana just down the slope of the Grà de Fajol. Once you have arrived at the meteorological station, continue below the ridge of the Bastiments to the height cafe Les Marmotes.

       

  • Image gallery Vallter 2000

  • Ski Mountaineering in VALL DE NÚRIA

    Núria, a center of winter activity in Catalonia for more than 100 years. Today, a starting point for numerous mountain ski routes for all levels and types; multi-day hikes, athletic and skiing activities such as mountaineering like the Olla de Núria and mythical ones like the Núria - Vallter - Núria. Our proposal is some tracks of medium difficulty which are ideal for beginners in this sport.

     

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    • LES CREUS track

      Starting point: La Cabana ski lift (1,964m)

      Arrival Point: Station sup. Pala chairlift (2,254m)

      Slope (+): 290

      Length: 1850

      Difficulty: medium / low

      Cannon Innivation: Yes / variant of netural snow

      Estimated Rise Time: 45 '

       

       

      Climb up the track of Les Creus, with small variants to pass the right sections (depending on the snow). Good viewpoint of the Coma de l'Embut and Puigmal area

       

      Itinerary that seeks to overcome the unevenness of the shovel, passing on the right bank of the more open slope, allowing us to enjoy open views towards the valley.

       

      Once past the Alberg Pic de l'Àliga we turn to the top of the forest of the Virgin and end at the upper chairlift station. The only difficulty of the route is to overcome the steepest walls of the track, which, if the conditions allow it, can be overcome easily with small variants by the margin of the track.

    • LES MULLERES track

      Starting point: La Cabana ski lift (1,964m)

      Arrival Point: Station sup. Pala chairlift (2,254m)

      Slope (+): 290

      Length: 1130

      Difficulty: medium

      Cannon Innivation: Yes / Variant Natural Snow

      Estimated Rise Time: 45 '

       

       

      Climb up the Mulleres track, climbing the final wall through the Mona forest (snow melting). Nice views of the valleys of Noufonts and Noucreus.

       

      Alternative access to the top of the station on the northern slope and direct. The first section will be made straight by the margin of the track with a steep slope.

       

      Once we reach the plain of the pot of Mulleres, we will climb the forest of La Pala Mona that will allow us to overcome the steep slope by doing zetas and thus train the technique. This itinerary will allow us to enjoy good views of the valleys of Noufonts and Noucreus.

  • Image gallery Vall de Núria

  • Ski Mountaineering in Pallars: ESPOT

    The Pallars Sobirà, the last stronghold of the most pristine and alpine Pyrenees in Catalonia. It is home to great mountain activities with an incomparable environment in terms of nature with the Aigüestortes National Park and Llac Sant Maurici. Espot offers a wide range of possibilities for mountain ski lovers such as the vertical kilometer, ideal for the most competitive athletes, accept the challenge?

     

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    • MOSQUERA track

      Starting point: Espot 1.515m (3rd platform parking)

      Arrival Point: Cafeteria 1.935m

      Slope (+): 420

      Length: 2330

      Difficulty: medium

      Cannon Innivation: No

      Estimated climb time: 1h

       

       

      An itinerary through one of the most unknown and unspoiled areas of the resort

       

      The Mosquera itinerary goes from the base of the Espot station to the cafeteria on one of the tracks without artificial nesting of the station, which guarantees us a stage of tranquility and a landscape characterized by black pine forests.

       

      The ascent, which begins with a gentle slope, quickly climbs up zigzagging from the bottom of the valley, going up to the holes below the Cafeteria of Cota 2000, where we will reach the end of the route.

    • EL LLOP - LA PALA track

      Starting point: Espot 1.515m (3rd platform parking)

      Arrival Point: Cap de la Pala Lookout 2,286m

      Elevation (+): 771

      Length: 3730

      Difficulty: high

      Cannon Innivation: Yes

      Estimated climb time: 1h 30 '

       

       

      Classic route of the mountain races in Espot

       

      Itinerary that departs from the 3rd platform of the car park with a height of 1515m, passes largely on the right side of the station along the Rampa, when the height of the rock will reach, it hits Llop 1 until the lower part of the fountain , there you climb to the right of the shovel, until you reach the top where you take the link to reach the top of the chair lift at 2515m.

    • CREU DE L'EIXOL track

      Starting point: Cafeteria 1.935m

      Arrival Point: Creu de l'Eixol 2.230m

      Elevation (+): 335

      Length: 2640

      Difficulty: Low

      Cannon Innivation: No

      Estimated climb time: 1h

       

       

      Low difficulty route to the Creu de l'Eixol

       

      Itinerary that departs from the 2000 level, at the end of the terrace of the cafeteria, and goes towards the Creu de l'Eixol, passing through the forest until reaching the high point where we will have good views of Port Ainé, the Pica d'Estats , etc...

    • CLOT DE LA BASSA track

      Starting point: Cafeteria 1.935m

      Arrival Point: Cap de la Pala Lookout 2,286m

      Slope (+): 2840

      Length: 351

      Difficulty: low

      Cannon Innivation: Yes

      Estimated Ascent Time: 1h 15 '

       

       

      Itinerary from the 2000 level of the station to the Mirador del Cap de la Pala. Ideal for beginners.

       

      Itinerary from the level 2000 of the station, end of the terrace of the cafeteria, we take track towards the zone of the Clots of the Bassa, and we climb up to the Mirador of the Cap de la Pala 2.286m where we will have a fantastic panoramic of all the Pyrenees , with the Pica as the most emblematic summit. 

  • IMAGE GALLERY ESPOT

  • Ski Mountaineering in the Pallars: PORT AINÉ

    The Pallars Sobirà, the last stronghold of the most pristine and alpine Pyrenees in Catalonia. It is home to great mountain activities with an incomparable environment in terms of nature with the Alt Pirineu Natural Park. Port Ainé has the comfort of arriving by car up to the level of 2000 and having an exceptional starting point to access areas with the best snow quality in the Pyrenees. Do you know the Comalforn or Riu Sec area? We encourage you to discover them!

     

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    • COMALFORN track

      Start point: Parking Hotel Port Ainé 2000 1,970m

      Arrival Point: Arrival TSD Jet Cim 2.425m

      Slope (+): 455

      Length: 2740

      Difficulty: medium

      Cannon Innivation: Yes / No

      Estimated Ascent Time: 1h 30 '

       

      A track 100% Natural Park of the High Pyrenees in forests of Pi Negre

       

      The "Comalforn" Track is a classic for practitioners of mountain ski at the Port Ainé resort and an ideal resource for the days of rúfol weather in which the forest allows us to guarantee good visibility for much of the route until we arrive in the somite ridge, where you have to be careful of the wind and fog in bad weather (we drive in the station's border zone).

       

      The track pass through the forests of black pine characteristic of the Orri Massif and culminates in the Turret of the Torreta de l'Orri 2,440, a watchtower with 360º views of the Pyrenees. Suitable for beginner skiers who want to enjoy a guaranteed start with good snow, a calm environment and a visual reward of the great landscape that we can admire during the realization and especially at the end of the route.

       

    • BAIXANT DEL BOSC track

      Start point: Base TC Roní 1,680m

      Arrival Point: Parking Hotel Port Ainé 2000 1,970m

      Slope (+): 290

      Length: 1080

      Difficulty: high

      Cannon Innivation: Yes

      Estimated Rise Time: 45 '

       

      Ascent from the lower level of the station to the 2000 level, demanding route through the steep slope in a few meters

       

      This track seeks to gain the unevenness between the low level of the station, 1650m and the 2000 level, where we can connect with the other circuits of the station of Port Ainé. The track begins following the trace.

       

    • ESTADI track

      Start point: Parking Hotel Port Ainé 2000 1,970m

      Arrival Point: Arrival TSD Jet Cim 2.425m

      Slope (+): 455

      Length: 2357

      Difficulty: high

      Cannon Innivation: Yes

      Estimated climb time: 1h

       

      Skimo in its pure state on an athletic itinerary that will try our breath

       

      A route that will make you sweat and be brave. The start is almost flat for the descent from the Port Ainé fountain, but we will quickly climb 25-30% ramps to the Pla de l'Olla and base of the Estadi track, which will be an ideal wall for doing series or testing our thresholds on ramps that reach 30% of slope.

       

      A classic for skimo training with which we will reach the top of the Pic de l'Orri very quickly if we are fit.

       

    • RABASTA track

      Start point: Parking Hotel Port Ainé 2000 1,970m

      Arrival Point: Arrival TSD Jet Cim 2.425m

      Slope (+): 455

      Length: 3487

      Difficulty: low

      Cannon Innivation: Yes

      Estimated Ascent Time: 1h 30 '

       

      A classic walking route to climb the Pic de l'Orri

       

      Ideal route that runs mostly through ski slopes with a gentle slope and between trees until reaching the ridge of the Torreta de l'Orri on the top of the Rabasta track, where we will enjoy panoramic views throughout the Pallars of those remaining in the retina.

       

      A perfect route for people who want to start this sport and enjoy a full activity.

       

  • Image gallery Port Ainé

  • Ski Mountaineering in BOÍ TAÜLL

     

    The Boí Taüll resort, recently incorporated into FGC, has from this winter season 2020-2021 with 4 mountain ski itineraries within its domain; itineraries of different difficulty, level and length for all types of skiers.

     

    Download the tracks you want to follow and a geolocation application on your mobile device to be able to follow the circuit, put skins on and up!

     

    • BASSETES circuit

      Starting point: Pla de Cows (2,047m)

      Arrival Point: Pla de Vaques (2,047m)

      Elevation gain (+): 275

      Length: 3,000

      Difficulty: low

      Snowing with cannons: yes

      Estimated time of ascent: 1h

       

       

      Initiation itinerary for all audiences from the TC Junior base to the Ginebrell pass.

       

      Ideal route to start, or make a very quiet start. Very smooth and progressive slopes to be able to learn. Halfway up the route, a slight downhill slope if you want to change your skin. With few crossroads

       

      Arrival at the Coll del Ginebrell with fantastic views. You can leave the route and go down any track.

    • COLL D'ERTA circuit

      Starting point: Pla de Vaques (2,047m)

      Arrival Point: Coll d’Erta (2,460m)

      Elevation gain (+): 413

      Length: 2,540

      Difficulty: medium / low

      Snowing with cannons: yes / natural snow variant

      Estimated time of ascent: 1h

       

       

      Medium level route from the base of the TC Junior to the Erta pass.

       

      Intermediate level ascent, for mountain skiers who have already done some ascent. It has a steeper slope and more or less long and safe slope crossing areas. The most alpine or mountainous route within the busiest area of ​​the resort, due to its proximity to the Cervi de Durro and its mixed and strong wall above us.

       

      Arrival at the Erta pass with spectacular views of the Llevata valleys and the Pica de Cerbi. This route opens its doors to good off-piste slopes within the ski area. A great route suitable for many audiences.

    • LES MUSSOLES Circuit

      Starting point: Pla de Vaques (2,047m)

      Arrival Point:

      - Puig Falcó (2,751m)

      - Coll de Roies (2,543m)

      Elevation gain (+): 713/505

      Length: 3,224 / 2,393

      Difficulty: medium

      Snowing with cannons: no

      Estimated time of ascent: 1h30 / 1h

       

       

      High-level route that leaves the base of the TC Express with two variants: to the Coll de Roies and to the Cim de Puig Falcó. Demanding and technical.

       

      High-level technical itinerary with a combination of turns, steep slopes and two possibilities depending on the conditions: a route to the Coll de Roies and another to the top of Puig Falcó.

       

      Perfect itinerary for high level training. Both from the Coll de Roies and from Puig Falcó, you can see stunning views over much of the Pyrenees. The station recommends full equipment, use of knives and ice ax.

    • TORLLUSSÀ circuit

      Starting point: Pla de Vaques (2,047m)

      Arrival Point: Puig Falcó (2,751m)

      Elevation gain (+): 713

      Length: 3,000

      Difficulty: high

      Snowing with cannons: no

      Estimated time to climb: 1h30 '

       

       

      High mountain route that leaves from the base of the TC Express to the Cim de Puig Falcó. Very demanding and technical

       

      The quintessential alpine route. Climb the Puig Falcó for a careful route between alpine ski slopes, maintaining the whole atmosphere of the high mountains, inside the Boí Taüll resort.

       

      With steep slopes between rocks and ridges, it opens up possibilities for great off-piste and freeride descents at the station. An incredible bet within the ski area. The station recommends full equipment, use of knives and ice ax.

  • Image Gallery Boí Taüll

    • Mountain Ski Season Ski Pass - FGC

      Mountain Ski Season Ski Pass - FGC

      Mountain Ski Season Ski Pas valid at FGC resorts. Single rate. Valid from November 30, 2020 until the end of the season.

       

      The new FGC Turisme mountain ski season ski pass is a product designed to facilitate the practice of this discipline within the ski areas of FGC resorts and in their immediate surroundings accessible from the resort.

       

      The FGC mountain ski resort ski pass will allow unlimited daily access to a total of 21 beacon circuits expressly according to the specific needs of this discipline distributed between the stations. The pass also includes two climbs day with any of the ski lifts at the stations.

       

      Accident insurance is not included in this product. We recommend contracting your own insurance that covers cross-country skiing activities such as those offered by FEEC with its federal licenses annual or the FCEH with its Multirrisc card.

        

      With the purchase of this ski pass you will also have a selection of benefits and promotions with numerous discounts and activities at a promotional or gift price. Discover them!

       

      Check contract conditions and delivery of additional ski passes.

  • Conditions and Regulations for the use of the facilities and the mountain ski pass at the FGC Turisme ski resorts

    Written in collaboration by the Federació d'Entitats Excursionistes de Catalunya (FEEC) and FGC

  • Article 1 - During opening hours to the public

    • It is necessary to use, as far as possible, the itineraries marked by the resort, specific for downhill skiing. When it is not possible due to lack of snow and it is necessary to use the track of the resort, it is necessary to climb in a row, always watching the skiers who go down. When possible, drive behind the cannon line or the delimitation beacons of the mountain track.
    • Avoid the narrowest tracks on days and hours of maximum influx of users on the tracks.
    • Do not stop or cross the tracks in places with low visibility (such as grade changes, two-track junctions and bends without visibility, among others). If you stop, do it off the track (behind the cannon line or boundary beacons)
    • It is necessary to stay at a certain distance from the departure and arrival areas of ski lifts, to ensure your own safety and that of third parties.
    • Follow the tips for winter mountain safety activities and rules published on the FEEC website. www.feec.cat/fem-muntanya/seguretat/
    • Do not bring pets, tied or untied, during the practice of downhill skiing on the ski slopes.
    • Prior to the activity, it is necessary to consult the indications relating to the access points marked by the station and its characteristics, as well as the weather forecasts.
    • Check the weather and scale and avalanche hazard flags in the area. It is necessary to consult the Track Service on closed tracks and areas where avalanche preventive triggers are carried out at the station. If they will be held in the next few hours and in which areas. You must find out on the FEEC website, where the information provided by FGC will be sent, of the areas where winch work is usually carried out and also of the recommended points of departure for each station.
    • Care must be taken to ensure that avalanches can be prevented 24 hours a day.
    • Avoid closed tracks during the period of operation of the stations if the reason for the closure may affect one's own safety or that of third parties.
    • On the descent you must follow the rules of the FIS (International Ski Federation). www.atudem.es/20151028/Normas-FIS.aspx

    Article 2 - Outside opening hours to the public

    In addition to the recommendations in Article 1, the following shall apply:

    • You must always go down the side of the track and at a reduced speed so as not to damage the work of the drivers.
    • Avoid driving on tracks where there are snowplows, especially if they are using the winch, given the extreme danger of the cable.
    • You must always wear a lighted front with good lighting capacity and use reflective accessories.
    • Vehicles must be parked in the spaces provided for this purpose.
  • Article 3 - On the Responsibility of the user

    • The mountain skier who enters a ski resort is responsible for their own safety and is required to comply with the rules set out in this document.
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