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Sledging and ski park on the Les Bains hill

Think sledging is just for kids? You couldn’t be more wrong …

In the heart of the village of Villard-de-Lans, take advantage of an area entirely devoted to winter sports! Try your hand at this activity for the first time or take on the curves of our sledging runs – you’re sure to find the perfect slope your level. After a good snowfall, or even under the snow, the Luge Park welcomes you for a fantastic fun time!

Map of Les Bains hill

On skis or a sledge, the Luge Park will offer you unforgettable moments with plenty of smiles guaranteed to send you back to your childhood! On site, we’ve got everything you need: sledges and helmets available to rent and the sale of ski passes.

You will also find:
• Six sledging runs adapted to each level (two green, two blue and two red)
• Two ski/snowboard areas
• Three conveyor belts

How does it work on site?

1- Buy your passes at the counters, on the ground floor of the Les Bains hill building. Remember to take a skipass (reloadable card) for each person, so you can load your pass onto the card (just like skiing!), available for sale on site for €3.

2- Now it’s time to choose your vehicle. Show your receipt, and please leave an ID card as a deposit for the sledge (note, only identity cards are accepted!).

3- To the slopes! It’s time to embark on the snow conveyor belt to take you to the start of our various sledging runs!

Good to know

Only sledges with metal brakes are accepted on the slopes (no plastic brakes, shovel sledges or wooden sledges, etc.).

To do list pour réussir sa sortie en luge :

• His snow outfit (at least ski pants to stay dry),

• Snow shoes after skiing, 🥾

• A good pair of gloves /slippers to drive his sled like a pro, 🧤

• A good amount of snow (as a reminder, we are not responsible for the fall, or not, of the snow), ❄️

• A ski mask or goggle , to protect your eyes and still see the slope well! 🕶️

• His smile and his good mood! 🎉

Wearing a helmet is mandatory for children and adults with the Airboard sled. Nevertheless, we can only advise you to wear a helmet for everyone!