Manigod, a corner of paradise for ski touring, an activity in the great outdoors!
Oxygenate yourself in the mountains, work on your coordination and endurance, move forward alone in the snow, clear your head, admire the landscapes... Ski touring is the best way to explore the immensity of the mountains in winter.
Imagine yourself alone in the world, setting your own tracks, in good powder! We go up with the skins and we go down skiing. Please note that it is recommended to be able to ski in all snow conditions.
A new marked ski touring route allows seal skin enthusiasts to reach the summit of Crête Blanche. More than a kilometer of ascent in the forest for 150 m of vertical drop, ideal for learning about this discipline.
Departure from Col de la Croix Fry, at the foot of the “Grand Crêt” ski lift.
Do not hesitate for your first outings, to be accompanied by a guide!
My first hike
To discover the activity at sunset.
Equipment required: ski touring
Equipment provided: DVA, shovel and probe Average level
Duration: 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Ski touring in the Aravis
To go further and discover our resorts differently with family or friends. Equipment required: ski + La Clusaz pass Equipment provided: avalanche transceiver, shovel, probe. Level: difficult Duration: day Group of 4/5 people or private
Share unforgettable moments with friends far from the slopes, in the heart of nature to discover new horizons!
Equipment to bring: ski touring + poles + shoes
Equipment provided: avalanche transceiver, shovel, probe.
Group of 6 maximum or private
In spring, our guides offer you 1 to 2 days in the Mont-Blanc massif, in Vanoise or in Switzerland.
More information :
+33 (0) 4 50 44 92 04
2 marked ski touring routes
Name of the trail: La Croix Fry
Departure: At the foot of the Grand Crêt ski lift (information on the sign indicating the shopping center)
Arrival: top of Tête de Cabeau chairlift
Distance: 1 km
Particularity: in the forest
This ski touring route is under your responsibility.
The orange “Hagan” markings are in place for information only.
Cross-country skiing is prohibited at all times on the slopes, including during ski area opening hours.
This route is reserved for ski touring. Snowshoeing or walking is not allowed.
Find out about the risk of off-piste avalanches before going on ski touring.
Please respect this itinerary and the surrounding nature.
An avalanche transceiver, a headlamp, a cell phone, a shovel, a probe, a helmet
In case of emergency
Secure the area and protect yourself
Alert by phone to 112
Take first aid
Download the route here