Lifts and slopes in front of the door
The chairlift Préclaux starts in Les Orres 1800 almost directly in front of the door and brings winter sports fans in the middle of the ski resort of Les Orres with its almost 40 pistes. A second small drag lift is ideal for beginners to practice the relaxed first turns near the location. For the last downhill run back to Les Orres 1800, skiers have access to both easy and intermediate pistes, which again lead to the door.
The connection to the central station Les Orres 1650 is very simple from Bois Méan. Skiers either opt for the 600-meter-long footpath and enjoy the beautiful landscape. Or use the free shuttle bus that connects the two stations throughout the day.
However, guests in Les Orres 1800 also get everything that is needed for an all-round perfect ski holiday. In addition to supermarket, sports shops and lift ticket offices, there is also a full range of childcare services for young skiers aged 6 and over with a daycare center, kindergarten and ski school.
In Les Orres 1650, small skiers can also look forward to a children's carousel on Hodoul. For future skating pros there will also be a special ice cream nursery at the local ice rink.
Adventure in the L'Orrian Express
The range of leisure activities in and around both stations leaves nothing to be desired. If you prefer something more relaxing, you can do a few laps on the ice rink in Les Orres 1650, indulge yourself in the local spa, explore the area on a dog sled, go horse riding or go snowshoeing. Such a tour is also available after sunset and can be combined with a subsequent nightly toboggan ride.
If you're looking for more action, you can nozzle with the snow-scooter over the snow, try "snake-sledding" on Snake Gliss, or hit the pistes with the Yooner, a kind of monoski with a seat. The brave ones can also try waterfall climbing or try a tandem paragliding flight.
A special leisure highlight for the whole family is also the railroad l'Orrian Express directly above Les Orres 1650 with a length of 700 meters.
When it comes to après-ski, skiers will find numerous restaurants, cafes and bars in both districts for a cozy evening program. In the central station Les Orres 1650 there is a cinema, a disco and a mini-bowling alley.
Extra tip: If you want to treat yourself to a restful stopover after the last downhill run, you should not miss a visit to the tea salon at the ice rink in Les Orres 1650. On the one hand, the panoramic windows of this cozy café offer a great view of the Serre Ponçon valley. On the other hand, you can enjoy in an elegant atmosphere, the many selected coffees and teas as well as high-quality chocolate and sophisticated pastry creations.