Saint-Lary Soulan


Saint-Lary-Soulan stands as one of the expansive ski resorts in the French Pyrenees, offering a vast expanse of over 100 km of downhill slopes. Its 56 pistes are distributed across three interconnected yet distinctive sectors. Saint Lary 1700, recognized as the Pla d'Adet sector, caters to family skiing needs, featuring amenities such as a snow kindergarten, toboggan run, and 'Kidpark'—a specialized snowpark tailored for young skiers aged 6 to 12. Saint Lary 1900, known as the Espiaube sector, attracts more seasoned skiers, showcasing the impressive Mirabelle ski run that descends 700 meters over its 3.6 km (2.2 mi) course. Lastly, Saint Lary 2400 houses a versatile snowpark that transforms into a skate park during the summer, along with mogul and slalom stadiums. Additionally, it serves as a gateway to Lake Oule, offering opportunities for snow-shoeing adventures.

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Where is Saint-Lary located?

Saint Lary is located in the Pyrenees and Aure Valley in France. The valley is connected to Spain through the Aragnouet-Bielsa tunnel.

The nearest airport to Saint-Lary-Soulan is Tarbes-Lourdes-Pyrénées Airport (LDE), located approximately 87 kilometers (54 miles); transfers take around 1 hour.

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