Track No. 5: La Biaysse
Freissinières

Track No. 5: La Biaysse

Level : Good level skiers track
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Description

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5.7 km round trip from the Nordic chalet, 100 m D+.

Please note that the circuit is available in skating or alternative.

Description:

From the Nordic chalet, with your pass in your pocket, head down towards La Biaysse, cross the bridge on the right and take the undergrowth route down to the valley floor.

  1. Take the same route in the opposite direction, passing the bridge you used on the outward journey and continuing for around 900 meters to the Pont de l'Église.
  2. Once at the bridge, turn around and return to the Nordic chalet by the same route.
  • Towns crossed : Freissinières

Recommandations

A few rules:

→ Cross-country ski trails are groomed, marked and secured. Access is subject to a fee and reserved for Nordic skiers.

→ You use these trails under your own responsibility: find out about weather conditions, trail closures, don't overestimate your possibilities.

→ Respect the signs: trail directions, dangers, prohibitions, closures.

→ Dogs are forbidden on cross-country ski trails.

→ It is dangerous and forbidden to use the pistes outside opening hours (presence of grooming equipment).

→ Take your garbage with you

Please note that routes are possible in skating or classic technique (alternative).

Conditions are very pleasant all day long in winter. However, from March onwards, it's best to practice in the mornings, as some of the pistes can be quickly exposed to the sun.

Cross-country ski passes can be purchased at the Chalet nordique. Don't forget to bring your trail map!

Please note: this information is for guidance only. It is your responsibility to check the weather report and conditions before you set off. The Tourist Office and the Parc national des Écrins cannot be held responsible in the event of an accident. If you have any doubts, please contact the professionals: instructors or equipment hire companies.

Emergency contact details: Secours Montagne: 04 92 22 22 22 or 112