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How does it work?

In Font-Romeu Pyrénées 2000, non-skiers can also enjoy our magnificent panoramas and the invigorating air of the heights thanks to the 6 trails, of varying difficulty and distance, dedicated to pedestrians.

With a ski pass, you can discover the ski area at your own pace, on foot or on snowshoes. And for those who love altitude, take a ride on our detachable lifts for an even different view!

Plan sentiers givres

Discover the map of the frosted paths

6 routes are proposed to vary the pleasures and the panoramas. With the lifts, the climb is simplified and you have more time to enjoy the scenery.

The Icy Trails courses

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Route No. 1

Gallinera - Airelles
via the Col del Pam

Discover the panorama of the resort from the Gallinera at an altitude of 2,127 metres and return to the Airelles site via a wooded route via the Col del Pam.

 

  • Difficulty: Average
  • Distance: 2.8km
  • Duration: 60 min
  • Difference in altitude: -210m
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Route No. 2

Gallinera - Airelles
by Calme Sud

From the highest point of the Gallinera you can reach the Airelles sector via the Calme Sud and enjoy the exceptional panoramic view of the Cerdanya plateau.

 

  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Distance: 3km
  • Duration: 75 min
  • Difference in altitude: -188m
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Route No. 3

Airelles - Font-Romeu Town Centre

Reach the town centre of Font-Romeu by a path that will allow you to discover the city of sporting excellence and its sports facilities. Admire the works of the Museum without walls of the town of Font-Romeu before arriving in the town centre. This tour is suitable for the whole family.

 

  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Distance: 3.1km
  • Duration: 60 min
  • Difference in altitude: -210m
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Route No. 4

Belvedere - Pyrénées 2000

From the arrival of the Belvedere chairlift at the Col del Pam, reach the village of Pyrénées 2000 by a wooded route in the heart of the Fornells forest.

 

  • Difficulty: Average
  • Distance: 2.8km
  • Duration: 60 min
  • Difference in altitude: -227m
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Route No. 5

Panoramic view of the Roc de la Calme

From the Roc de la Calme, which rises to 2213 metres above sea level, reach the calm south via a wooded and panoramic route on the listed site of Les Bouillouses.

 

  • Difficulty: Difficult
  • Distance: 1.6km
  • Duration: 45 min
  • Difference in altitude: -160m
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Route No. 6

Roc de la Calme / Calme Sud

From the Roc de la Calme, which rises to an altitude of 2213 metres, you can reach the calm of the South via a panoramic route that takes you around the spectacular facilities of the Snowpark.

 

  • Difficulty: Very hard
  • Distance: 1.2km
  • Duration: 30 min
  • Difference in altitude: -160m

Pass versions

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1 pass / 1 lift

From 5 to 69 years old inclusive

€7.50

One lift = one path

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1 pass / 3 lifts

From 5 to 69 years old inclusive

€13.50

One lift = one path

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1 pass / 5 lifts

From 5 to 69 years old inclusive

€21.50

One lift = one path

Safety instructions & rules of good conduct

The mountains are a great place for adventure and freedom. However, there are a number of risks inherent in walking and snowshoeing.

To avoid them it is sometimes simply necessary to show humility and common sense in the face of nature.

However, here are some basic tips (not an exhaustive list) for enjoying these pleasures safely:

  • The marked routes you take are not supervised, so you take on your own responsibility.
  • Some paths that are accessible in summer are strictly forbidden in winter. When you go for a walk, always take a map of the winter paths or an IGN map for the more experienced.
  • If you are a beginner or not very experienced, prefer walks supervised by professionals (see the programme of activities available at the Tourist Office) rather than walking alone.
  • Choose your route according to your level, your fitness and the weather conditions.
  • When in doubt, it is sometimes better to give up and turn back than to face a dangerous situation.
  • Never hike alone and inform others of the route you will be using.
  • Don't leave too late in the afternoon to make sure you get back before dark.
  • Check the condition of your equipment.
  • Bring good walking shoes and warm clothes.
  • For your own safety and that of others, stay on the marked trails.
  • Remember to eat, hydrate and protect yourself from the sun and cold.
  • The stability of the snowpack can be very variable. Some routes may be subject to closure. Ask the slopes service for information and follow the safety instructions.
  • During your walks, you may cross the alpine and Nordic ski areas. Be careful when crossing tracks, don't stop and look before you cross. For safety reasons, access to the Nordic and Alpine trails is strictly forbidden to pedestrians, snowshoers and dogs (by municipal decree).