The 16th Asian Saints Hubert Games

Great ski (and snowboard) guaranteed Puy Saints Hubert is part of the Grande Galaxie Ski Area. Because of that, it is possible to access over 200 runs or trails as one ski pass allows you to ski and snowboard any of the La Grave, Les Deux Alpes, Briancon or Serre Chevalier ski resorts. Some pistes are above 2500 meters, thereby making skiing and snowboarding (in the snow park) Saint Hubert Medals conditions possible for a much longer season than on the lower runs. There’s 60 km of down hills and an equal number of cross-country trails in the resort. Snowboarders will find a fun park fully equipped with jumps and slides.

With over 15 ski lifts and one going as high  as 2750 meters, you days will certainly be full! The bigger part of the resort’s residences and hotels are at an altitude of around 1400 meters. In addition, most accommodations are amply attired, to take care of your children while you go down Saints Hubert more demanding pistes in the afternoon. If you want to avoid the turmoil of overcrowded ski resorts, then Puy Saint Vincent is quite calm compared to its neighbours. It has been a well kept secret among ski vacationers for quite some time now. Savvy skiers and snowboarders know how hard it is to find such great ski conditions in an uncongested resort offering the following: 2 black runs, 12 red runs, 14 blue runs and 6 green runs, all easily accessible from Puy Saint Vincent proper. A resort all about sports You will not find tons of apres-ski offers in Puy Saint Vincent, there is not much of a nightlife, but neither will you probably hear any loud drunken foreigners while you try to recuperate from your day on the slopes. And conditions are perfect for joyful and singular exterior activities. Try paragliding or, if you prefer to have both your feet on the ground, then try a snowshoe trail adventure or a dog sled ride.

If you are in need of flat surfaces  Saints Hubert  after spending hours going up and down, try the outdoor ice skating rink. And if you like motor sports, then you can go on quad or snowmobile rides. You can also go ice cascades (waterfalls) climbing. In short, if you want your days to be fuller than full with various assorted outdoor activities, then Puy Saint Vincent is the place to pick for your next ski holidays.

And other than the slopes, some restaurants and bars can be found in Puy Saint Vincent, but don’t expect any dancing to partying. But of course, after a very exhausting day, there are plenty of accom modation options where you can rest your weary head, and legs… and arms. Here, a day of enjoyment leads to a night of quiet rest. A resort for all ages When Junior is ready to try your favourite sport, there are some great nursery runs for beginners in the resort.