- 100km of pistes to explore, one of the longest runs in the Pyrenees, and it's own snow park at Saint Lary 2400.
- Holidays in a smaller, prettier resort, that delivers a fast lift service.
- Activities in the area include a visit to the mines, dog sledding and snowmobiling.
Distinctive Saint Lary Soulan is located in the heart of the Pyrenees and Aure Valley. The resort is easily accessible from the A64 motorway and from Spain, via the Aragnouet-Bielsa tunnel, and due to the location offers spectacular vistas overlooking the Gascony hillsides. Unlike many other French ski resorts, Saint Lary Soulan is not a large sprawling purpose-built resort and is actually relatively small in size. That said, it still offers an excellent mix of skiing terrain with 100km of ski runs, plus the lower slopes are equipped with artificial snow, guaranteeing good snow cover throughout the season.
Saint Lary Soulan actually encompasses three smaller resorts named Saint Lary 1900 (known as Espiaube), Saint Lary 1700 (known as Pla d'Adet) and Saint Lary 2400. The three resorts all offer a different ski experience, making the area a fantastic choice for people of all abilities. Families are well catered for in the Saint Lary 1700 area with plenty of gentle pistes, tobogganing and a kids' park to keep the little ones entertained. More experienced skiers should head to Saint Lary 1900, and those looking for an even cooler experience will love the snow park at Saint Lary 2400!