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St Luc / Chandolin

St-Luc’s ski resort is located at 1650m of altitude, on a sunny balcony on the right side of Val d’Anniviers, from where you can enjoy a splendid view over several summits of the Alps. It is a ski resort especially appreciated by families because it offers many events and sports activities for all.

A little bit higher (2000m of altitude), Chandolin’s ski resort has managed to preserve its charm over the years. It is a winter sports resort with a friendly atmosphere, where everything rhymes with authenticity ; it is a real haven of peace at the heart of a spectacular panorama and an undamaged environment.

In front of the panoramic view of the nearest summits, St-Luc/Chandolin’s skiable domain extends from 1650m to 3000m of altitude and counts 65km of pistes as well as a snowpark (near Tignousa’s ski tow).

The diversity of the pistes (length and difficulty) meets the expectations of skiers regardless of their level. St-Luc and Chandolin are two out of the four ski resorts forming the big skiable domain of Val d’Anniviers with a total of 220km of pistes. In the enclosure of the “Swiss snow kids village”, budding champions until 5 can initiate themselves into skiing with female instructors. They can safely take their first steps and make gliding movements in a secured area. St-Luc’s kindergarten “Les P’tits Filous” can keep an eye on your children from 18 months to 6 years.

Apart from skiing, St-Luc and Chandolin offer you a wide choice of activities among which : more than 35km of winter hikes in an idyllic setting / 30km of routes especially made for snowshoeing / a natural ice-skating rink (Prilett) situated 15min away from St-Luc’s village and easily reachable with a shuttle (opened all day, free until 10pm) / 3,5 km of sledging pistes at the top of Tsapé’s chair lift in Chandolin. St-Luc is also reputed in astronomy.

The Observatory François-Xavier Bagnoud (OFXB) located above St-Luc’s village at an altitude of 2200m is in a place renowned for the purity and the quietness of its atmosphere.