Albertville: 30 Km
Megève: 15 Km
Station seizures is the ideal family resort, this unspoiled setting allows you to ski in front of Mont Blanc and facing the Pierra Menta in an exceptional setting.
In winter, Seizures enjoy exceptional snow and plenty of sunshine.
Occupying an area of alpine and Nordic ski a quality, this resort offers guests many possibilities for skiing and activities (snowmobiling, paragliding, snowshoeing, introduction to dogsledding dogs sleds, torchlight descents, natural ice rink, ice karting, cinema ...).
Col of seizures, it is also an area skiing world known and recognized for hosting events of Nordic ski Albertville Olympics in 1992.
A 1650 m altitude, the resort of seizures is known for its beautiful landscapes and its exceptional snow.
Also note that the end of March and April are periods dreamed to come and enjoy the fresh mountain air. At that time the days lengthen, the sun floods the terraces and you can enjoy the slopes practically nothing for you.
Seizures station has 2 areas of exceptions:
The Espace Diamant has over 185 km of ski runs and the Olympic area more than 120 km of Nordic trails.
Seizures station is also a paradise for people who ski only occasionally or not at all:
6 footpaths (20 km), 11 snowshoe trails (45 km), 6 coaches to help you discover the work from another angle, play or GPS trails for children ... trips dog sledding, Mountain Twister The Forest of the Elves, the path of marmots, the possibility of driving a snowcat, snowmobile rides, paragliding, skiing, skijoring, an adventure trail, visits (agriculture, heritage ...), well-being 2014 ... and an aqua-leisure and sports center ...
- The Mountain TwisterAmbiance 'Space Mountain' in Foreclosures for this new unique attraction in the French Alps.
Operating a sled in winter and summer, mounted on rails, nearly 800 wild descent alternating banked up to 8m from the ground, waves, twists 360 ° 2 ... thrills guaranteed.
For the less adventurous, do not worry, a powerful braking system allows you to control your speed.