our advice

Before leaving...

  • You need to eat well in the morning and keep well hydrated. The fresh air, the cold and the effort take a lot of energy.
  • Dress warmly: the mountains are cold (especially when it's windy). Several small layers are better than one big jumper.
  • Shoes that fit and good socks will protect your feet, but don't wear several layers of socks (the blood doesn't circulate and your feet can freeze).
  • A helmet will protect you if you fall.
  • Don't forget to wear a hat and gloves (mittens are even better).
  • Wear a mask or goggles. The sun reflecting off the snow can harm your eyes.
  • Put on sun cream and lip stick, even when it is grey (UV A and B cream).
  • Make sure you have your bindings properly adjusted, according to your weight, height and level.
  • Remember to take out an insurance. The rescue service is very expensive.


  • You must control your speed and be in control of your trajectory.
  • You must always pay attention to other skiers. You can hit someone, hurt them and injure yourself.
  • Don't stop behind a bump, a skier could hit you.
  • Never stop in the middle of the slope, stand on the side of the slope to avoid any accident.
  • Eat energizing products, keep hydrated, rest, the altitude and the cold are tiring for your body.


  • Do not throw papers, candies, chewing gums, cigarette butts, garbage, etc. under the chairlift or in the snow.
  • Do not leave anything in the mountain. Imagine how it will look like when the snow melts...