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Ax-les-Thermes Ski Resort Guide

  • Weather Forecast for Ax-les-Thermes at  m altitude issued: 1 am22 Oct 2016 (local time)  
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Ax-les-Thermes Ski Resort Guide


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Ax-les-Thermes Ski Resort Guide

Fôrets Ax, Ax-les-Thermes photo


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Bonascre, Ax-les-Thermes photo


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Slope Stats

  • 2399m

  • 1000m

  • 1399m

  • Acres of ski:-
  • Pistes:35
  • Snowmaking:Yes
  • Halfpipes:-
  • Terrain Parks:1
  • X-Country:0 km
  • beginner60%
  • intermediate20%
  • advanced20%

Ax-les-Thermes is three ski areas centred around the ancient thermal spa town of Ax near Andorra. There is skiing for all abilities at Ax-les-Thermes and the heights of the resort are between 1400 and 2400m of altitude. There is 75 kms of terrain to explore with 35 groomed trails. Ax-les-Thermes is serviced by 17 lifts (1 gondola, 4 chair lifts and 12 surface lifts).


  • Nearest Airport:Toulouse
  • Nearest Train Station:Ax-les-Thermes (8km)
  • Tourist Office Phone:05 61 64 60 60
  • Tourist Office
  • Slopeside accommodation:yes
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  • Season opens:26 Nov 2016
  • Season closes:17 Apr 2017
  • Lifts:17 lifts (4 chair, 12 surface)
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  • Issued:22 Oct
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Today’s Weather (1900 m)view full snow forecast

partly cloudy
10 SW10
7 °CF-Level
partly cloudy
10 SW10
9 °CF-Level
rain showers
20 SW20
7 °CF-Level

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Visitor Reviews of Ax-les-Thermes

lynne from United Kingdom writes:

December 2014: Ax Les Thermes is a great resort with some great value for money accommodation and great skiing for all abilities served adequately by the gondola and chairlifts. We stayed there for a full week in Feb 2013; fabulous. We have also driven in from our home to ski on a daily basis; Christmas and New Year 2013, again, great.

This was our second New Year of driving as we did last year. We drove in to ski but this time on a daily basis. Unfortunately, so did half the population of France on the both days we tried between Christmas and New Year. Sadly, there is almost no parking and the whole town, on both days, was gridlocked, it taking over 2 hours to drive the final 2 miles only to have to leave again without skiing as there was no parking. The roads had not been cleared and the police, directing the traffic, were all stood in one spot.

The current system is definitely broken and should be serviced by a one way system, adequate parking and a park and ride facility. How difficult would that be? The car parks were full of snow which made car parking impossible. A simple sign such as car park full may have helped!

One final comment, which is a serious concern, the gondola queues are long and having stood in the queue all of 10 mins, after a hard day skiing, it is not appreciated to be then not allowed an option to wait for the next gondola so I could be seated. Despite my protest that this would separate me from my 9 year old child I was then pushed and physically forced onto it.

Great value, great skiing, lovely town but be warned! Come on Ax Les Thermes, you really need to get this sorted.

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