Timpi de acţionare Iarna
- 10.12.2022 - 23.04.2023
- 08:30 - 19:00
- Freeride/ Rute
- fără informaţii
This winter in Châtel, skiers will test the new version of the Conche lift... a detachable 6-seater POMA chairlift. Its departure is located at the place called Le Crêt and it will transport skiers to the arrival of the Chermillon site. It replaces the 3-seater chairlift with fixed grips installed in 1981. Thus, the hourly flow of 1,350 people will increase to 2,000 people, with 47 vehicles on the cable, and up to 2,660 people with 63 vehicles at a speed of 5 metres/second. The start and finish of the installation will be landscaped to enhance the loading and unloading sites of the chairlift. The new lift will allow skiers to reach the slopes and facilities of the massif more quickly. Skiers will thus be able to easily reach the Chalet Neuf and Chermeu sectors or, quite simply, return to enjoy the Boude and Combe slopes or access the snowpark for Franco-Swiss skiing pleasure! This facility, which combines comfort, speed and safety, will offer the latest technical innovations. In addition to the significant increase in hourly output, the lift will be equipped with a locking system for the guardrail and an anti-submarining system which prevents children from sliding under the guardrail. As for the seats, they will be identical to those of the Morclan TSD with alternating black and red seats for the positioning of children. The route is evolving and, as a small curiosity and technological feat, the 8th pylon will be shared with the 3rd of the Morclan TSD, built in 2019. Thanks to this new device, the fluidity of the Super Châtel sector will be increased and greatly appreciated by skiers. In this 75th year of Tourism in Châtel, the ski area is constantly being renewed to continue to offer quality skiing and ever more efficient lifts to skiers.
Zonă de schi
"Châtel is the charming village side of the Alps. An intimate break for two, a family holiday, a weekend with your friends... Whatever you choose to do here, in Châtel youll find everything the perfect village resort has to offer. A lively village centre, perfectly preserved mountain architecture, skiing in the vast unspoiled spaces of the Portes du Soleil, with little side routes here and there that you can follow on foot, on snowshoes or on skis. The countryside is as magnificent as the old chalets in the valley. Here, the atmosphere is a tempting mixture of a tranquil way of life, friendliness and fun! Every day is simply enchanting. After your days skiing you can sit on your balcony and just savour the moment. The magic of the mountains. Time stands still. Its a moment of sheer joy.
The Espace Liberté ski area offers a wide range of superb holidays and magnificent opportunities for skiing, both for those who come for the life and scenery on the mountain and those looking for that ultimate experience on the slopes!
It extends across:
Châtel with the two massifs : Super-Châtel / Barbossine and Linga / Pré-La-Joux / Plaine Dranse, and not forgetting the village lifts too.
- The Corbeau sector of the Swiss resort of Morgins
- The Swiss resort of Torgon
- The resort of La Chapelle d'Abondance.
- 73 ski slopes including: 14 green, 29 blue, 23 red, 7 black
- 61 ski lifts including: 3 ski rope, 1 carpet, 35 skilifts, 19 chairlifts, 3 gondolas.
- 130 km of slopes.
And of course: Châtel is at the heart of the Portes du Soleil - the fascination of a world dedicated to snowsports. Ideally situated between Lake Geneva and the Mont Blanc range, the Portes du Soleil knows no boundaries. It is a fine example of how we can work together to bring skiing to more people. The mountain pass in the Portes du Soleil was originally a crossing point used frequently by everyone from shepherds and their sheep to pedlars and pilgrims. Skiers have now taken over, enjoying a cross-border ski area that links up twelve ski resorts in Switzerland and France. The two hundred ski lifts here whisk you up to the 650 km of carefully managed pistes.The Portes du Soleil ""hands-free"" ski pass is your passport to international snowsports."