Puy Saint Vincent

Ski resorts in France
Lifts (0/11)
Slopes (0/35)
Puy Saint Vincent is a friendly ski resort combining an authentic village atmosphere with all the advantages of a modern resort. It is superbly located with great slopes for intermediate skiers winding down through the larch forest. Its location and north-facing slopes guarantee great natural snow conditions even late into the season.

Puy Saint Vincent Snow forecast

  • Tuesday
    0.1 in rain
    Rain showers
    4 mph
  • Wednesday
    0.1 in rain
    Partly cloudy
    4 mph
  • Thursday
    0 in rain
    3 mph

Facts about Puy Saint Vincent

Slopes (Total: 35)
Green Learning / beginner:4
Blue Easy:17
Red Intermediate:11
Black Advanced / Expert:3

Lifts (Total: 11)
Chair lifts:8

Vertical drop
Puy Saint Vincent Vertical drop
Mountain high: 9022 ft
Vertical drop: 4429 ft
Mountain low: 4593 ft

Start:12 December
End:11 April

Cross country skiing
Tracks:18.6 miles
Lit tracks:0 miles
Artificial snow:0 miles

Country: France
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Reviews for Puy Saint Vincent

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Great place if your focus is offpiste. By the way, it's really the type of French ski resort where an apartment complex on a mountain is thrown out. The charm is no further, but the ride is very good. The slopes are well-kept and in size you might look like it in a year (if Åre takes away everything that belongs to the pages, Björnen, Duved, etc.) The fall height is probably the same but here it is rather splendid with people instead of Åres overpopulated backs. I have been to Puy on two occasions, none of the times it had snowed just before but it was still possible to cushions for slippery life. If you go to the "top" and bootpacks 10min then you have a big bowl to just pick the line. Everything is connected to the end so that it is easy to "find out". Personally, I'm spoiled by countless UCPA journeys (even when I've been to Puy) and therefore I'm pretty bad at navigating, but Puy would dare to get me out of the off-piste without worrying about driving out. On the other hand, you must always analyze the avalanche risk, but navigationally it is very simple.

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Small ski resort with great potential.
In low season, outside the French law, it is very quiet. Big offpiste at the back if you want to walk up about 20 min with the skis on the back. Guide to recommend.
Even the piste is good and varied.

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A good day or weekend if you want to trace in nature! Almost no "skier" here, the system made very simple you see the off-piste. Big lovely bowl on the back of the system new St foy. Day trip here from Serre is forbidden to miss!

Most popular photo

Rider: Tobias och Matt Schoenwald Photo: Kristine Formo

Trail map

Trail map Puy Saint Vincent

Nearby ski resorts

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Orcieres Merlette12.4 miles
Montgenévre13 miles
Risoul13.7 miles
La Forêt Blanche17.4 miles
La Grave18 miles
Bardonecchia19.3 miles
Vars19.9 miles

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