Nestled at an altitude of 740 metres in the heart of the Pays Toy, the ski resort of Luz Ardiden offers three slopes for a memorable skiing holiday. At altitudes varying between 1,680 metres and 2,500 metres, explore Aulian, Béderet and Cloze. And don’t forget the off-piste skiing at Bernazaou, with a descent of 1,250metres.
Sightseeing, skiing and relaxation come together at Luz Ardiden ski resort, and all in unspoilt surroundings!
Easy skiing and easy living
Luz Saint Saveur is an authentic Pyrenean village with many places to stay, restaurants, shops and even a discotheque.
Your skiing holiday or weekend at the Luz Ardiden resort means easy skiing ; car park nearby, a crèche, a children’s play area, ski schools, toboggan runs, snow tubing, high altitude restaurants and terraces.
With its quickly accessible three slopes, Luz-Ardiden guarantees you no waiting time, even during the school holiday period.
The area offers a 5km blue piste, allowing beginners to take advantage of the views.
Despite being a small ski resort, Luz Ardiden attracts nonetheless the more sporting skier with its black and red pistes.
Snowboarders find plenty of thrills in the snow park, and little ones can experience their thrills on the skiing carpet in the beginners’ area.
Staying at Luz Saint-Saveur provides the ideal location to go skiing on four nearby areas; Luz-Ardiden, Cauterets, Grand Tourmalet (Barèges slope) and Gavarnie.
In the evenings, it’s back to Luz Saint-Saveur, with its restaurants, Coco Loco nightclub, Luzéa Spa Centre, bowling alley and cinema.
Luz Ardiden, a holiday at the heart of the major Pyrenean landmarks
At the crossing point of the valleys, Luz Ardiden is the ideal ‘base camp’ for an exciting holiday; bungee jumping at Pont Napoléon, the adventure course, etc.
Located just outside the National Park, Luz Ardiden invites you to enjoy hiking in some exceptional places ; the Cirque de Gavarnie, the Pic du Midi, the Néouvielle Nature Reserve, the Col du Tourmalet, the Vignemale and more.