Our itineraries

Les Jordinières itinerary

Fitness itinerary

Departure at the bottom of the Prodains cable car. Arrival at the top of the Prodains cable car.
Pleasant course, mostly in forest and thus appreciated when the visibility is poor.
Passage close to the alpine chalets of Le Crôt.

Elevation gain : 606m D+
Distance: 3.2 KM
Level: middle +

Plan ski rando les Jordières

Le Vanné itinerary

Discovery itinerary 

Departure from the bottom of the Ardent cable car or from the village of Lindarets. Arrival at the top of the Crêtes des Lindarets via the Brochaux.
Pleasant course, mostly in the forest and therefore appreciated when visibility is poor.
Beautiful panoramic view at the arrival on the Chablais massif (splendid at sunset time). This course is ideal for a first experience or a gentle recovery.

Elevation gain : 350m D+
Distance: 4 km
Level: easy

Plan ski de rando le Vanné

Les Crêtes d'Arare itinerary

Panoramic itinerary

The itinerary starts at the top of the Prodains cable car. A nice variety of panoramas all along the way.
General view of Avoriaz at the start before overlooking the Vallée des Ardoisières and  the Roc d’Enfer mountain. On the final ridge, we’re dominated by the Hauts-Forts mountain, while the view opens up on the Swiss side of the Portes du Soleil and its majestic Dents Blanches. One of the most beautiful panoramas of the domain. 

Several itineraries are available for the descent: blue runs, black runs or off-piste.

Elevation gain : 470m D+
Distance: 2 KM
Level: middle

Point de Vorlaz

A great idea for a supervised outing with a professional

Departure from the Lindarets plateau to reach the Combe des Drobounes, via the Vanné route.

The ascent to the Pointe de Vorlaz is done by a ridge line. The descent is done on another slope in a totally off-piste area hence the interest to be accompanied. Information and reservations of a guide >>here<<

It’s on this very aesthetic face that a Freeride World Tour Qualifier event has been organized.

Elevation gain : 850m D+
Level: expert
Warning: unsecured and unmarked mountain trail.

  • Ski touring

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    Cross-country skiing and splitboarding are mountain sports. They require suitable equipment, knowledge of the mountain environment, and skiing/snowboarding techniques of at least intermediate level. If in doubt, ask a professional to accompany you in order to ensure your safety.