SlopesLes Sybelles – Le Corbier/La Toussuire/Les Bottières/St Colomban des Villards/St Sorlin/St Jean d’Arves
Runs/ski slopes Les Sybelles – Le Corbier/La Toussuire/Les Bottières/St Colomban des Villards/St Sorlin/St Jean d’Arves
The typical slope in Les Sybelles is intermediate, wide and is located completely above the treeline. Of course, there are exceptions to the rule and due to the size of the ski resort, the exceptions still provide plenty of variety: the forest slopes and relaxing ski paths near St. Colomban or Saint Sorlin, the easy slopes in the higher zones and the High Alpine routes beneath Les Perrons. There are also difficult slopes distributed throughout the entire ski resort.
Total: 310 km
Artificial snow-making 638 Snow cannons 51 % of the slopes have snow-making capabilities
Valley run available The lowest base station is located at 1100 meters in St. Colomban des Villards where the season ends about two weeks earlier than at the higher stations. Many of the valley runs are via ski paths which change again to slopes at the end.
above tree line
under tree line
L’Ouillon – St Colomban · Length 7.8 km · Elevation difference 1290 m Except for a short, not too steep section at the beginning (Ouillon 1 and Col de Bellard slopes), these are blue slopes with a high concentration of ski paths.
Les Perrons – Saint Sorlin d‘Arves · Length 6.1 km · Elevation difference 1120 m Beautiful slopes from the High Alpine Les Perron down to the village of Saint Sorlin d'Arves. Follow the Piste Col des Lacs at the beginning and then through the Combe Balme gorge and finally beneath the Choseaux chairlift to the valley.
Grand Truc – Les Bottières · Length 4.7 km · Elevation difference 909 m The longest slopes from La Toussuire is intermediate and leads through the Grand Truc, Lauze and La Chavonnerie slopes down into the hamlets of La Bottière. .
Most difficult run
J. N. Augert · Length 1.5 km · Elevation difference 585 m This slope, named after the three-time World Cup Champion, Jean-Noël Augert, leads from the Pointe du Corbier into the valley between Le Corbier and La Toussuire.
P. Ramuz · Length 0.4 km · Elevation difference 170 m Short, fierce mogul slope on Ormet, the home mountain of St. Colomban des Villards
Vallons This blue slope on the back side of the ski resort away from all of the lifts, leads over three kilometers from the highest point to the Chalets d’Olle beneath the Col de la Croix de Fer.
Granges This no-frills slope on La Balme above Saint Sorlin is perfect for even carving turns.
Aiguilles Speedy red slope on the back side of L'Ouillon.
Louis Buisson The sunny, red Direttissima from Grand Truc follows the cut of the valley down to La Toussuire.
Snow park/Fun park
Speed measurement course offered - free of charge Piste Combe Balme in Saint Sorlin