Samoëns 1600 Ski domain for beginners
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Samoëns 1600 Ski domain for beginners

Description

One of the largest areas of beginners' slopes in Haute-Savoie.

From the town, it takes less than ten minutes to reach the fifth-largest ski domain in France, linked to five resorts. Samoëns has thought about you and your children, and it provides the largest areas for beginners, at an altitude of 1,600 m. There are no steps to climb to reach the Grand Massif Express gondola lift, and the Château drag-lift enables parents and children to use the same button. Even more important, the area for beginners is separated from the other sectors of the resort, to enable users to ski in complete safety, and avoid having users with different levels of experience on the same pistes. The restaurant terraces overlooking the pistes enable you to make the most of a relaxing rest in the sun while keeping an eye on your children.

DATES

From 16/12/2017 to 20/04/2018.

Rates

Set price pedestrian day: 7.50 €
Set price pedestrian week: 45 €
Adult 1/2 day: 22.50 €
Adult day: 24.90 €
Child 1/2 day: 16.90 €
Child day: 18.70 €.
Free entry for children < 5 years, people > 75.

PAYMENT METHOD

Bank/credit card

Cheque

Chèques Vacances

Cash

Latitude : 46.053399

Longitude : 6.698656

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