In Les Gets, skiers set off from the heart of the village for treelined slopes and snow meadows with sumptuous views and panoramas to take your breath away. Whether you’re an advanced skier or a beginner, in Les Gets you’ll have all the fun you could ever want, and all space you need, to let your skis run and run.
The map opposite shows the whole of the Les Gets ski area. Click on the map to open an interactive map where you can zoom in for more detail.
Portes du Soleil Ski Map
The biggest linked ski area in Europe covering two countries and twelve ski resorts. Les Gets is one of the first resorts you enter from the French side of the region and offers a great selection of runs for both skiers and boarders of all abilities.
The map opposite shows the whole of the Portes du Soleil region. Click on the map to open an interactive map where you can zoom in for more detail.
The region also offers nine Snowparks, three Bordercross courses and eightnine slopeside restaurants.
The Grand Cry Ski Territory
The Grand Cry Territory in Les Gets is a ski and play area themed on native American Indians. It features two slopes with raised bends and a series of bumps. There are friendly ‘native-entertainers’ who offer to face-paint all young visitors and a Wigwam with traditional games and music. There are treasure hunts every Friday and an Easter egg Hunt on Skis every Easter.
Ski schools have dedicated areas for very young skiers to begin skiing in a safe and secure environment. There are Indoor play rooms for bad weather days. The idea is to offer your children the chance of skiing and playingto keep them entertained for full or half days.
Cross Country Skiing
Cross-country skiing originated in Fennoscandian countries in prehistoric times. It was still widely practiced in the 19th century as a way of moving from place to place in winter. Elk, deer and other animals were hunted using this method of skiing. Les Gets has over 18km of marked cross country trails prepared with double tracks and skating step.
Cross country skiing lessons and excursions available in resort.
Not everyone wants to ski. Les Gets cateres extremely well for non skiers with a good selection of activities available
Tobogganing – there are several areas specially reserved just for sledging!
Dog Sledging – hold on tight and let the mountain husky dogs pull you along specially prepared trails.
Snowshoeing – when the snow is deep it is still possible to go out hiking for the day wearing snowshoes.
Les Gets has a 10 pin bowling alley open every day from 4pm
Beauty Salon & Wellness Centre – relaxing massages, beauty treatments, hot stone treatments and saunas are all available.
Outdoor Iceskating rink flood lit at night.
Vitam Parc outdoor water park is only 50 minutes away by car.
Les Get Village Map
Click on the village map opposite for a clear view of Les Gets and the facilities available.
With a great selection of bars, cafes, restaurants and shops, Les Gets has a fantastic ambience. From the more British pubs like Bar Bush to the very French bars like the Lion D’Or, they are all waiting to welcome you.
There is a free bus that runs around Les Gets every 30 minutes throughout the day.
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