Superbagneres Ski Resort Guide
- Acres of ski:310
- Terrain Parks:1
- X-Country:5 km
Superbagneres has 28 trails within 310 acres of skiing terrain. There are 16 lifts and 156 snow cannons at Superbagneres. The resort has 5 kms of cross country tracks and the nearest airport to Superbagneres is at Toulouse.
- Nearest Airport:Lourdes
- Nearest Train Station:Luchon
- Tourist Office Phone:+33 561792121
- Tourist Office Website:www.luchon-superbagneres.com
- Slopeside accommodation:yes
Announcements & News from the Superbagneres ski resort manager
NEWS: Press release 27-11-17:
For those that want to relax and enjoy the great outdoors without skiing, the plateau of Luchon-Superbagnères provides a number of different options for the 2017-18 season.
A new restaurant, La Chapelle, opens on the site of the former chapel
(now desecrated), offering a breathtaking panoramic view of the Luchon Valley and the ski domain from it large terrace.
For the more active, this season introduces dedicated routes for snowshoeing. A panoramic balade of 1.7km (30 mn), connects to the existing "circuit of the Peaks" (2.6km - 40 min) and with views of the 3000m plus peaks of Maupas, Crabioules and Quayrat to motivate walkers.
A further sports level course, drops into the forest (La Forestière 5.4km - 2h30), below the station where snow shoeing visitors might have the chance to see some local wildlife!
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- Issued:20 Jul
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Visitor Reviews of Superbagneres
J Humphries from France writes:
I guess that I got lucky when I skied in Superbagneres in January 2011. The snow that fell in late November had pretty much disappeared by early January apart from the well kept pistes. However, the day after we arrived we had 12 hours of heavy snow, giving a good 20cm+ on the mountain. The rest of the week was brilliant sunshine :-). However, this shouldn't disguise the fact that the snow is quite unreliable and the resort offers few challenging runs. Even though we had the new snow, a lot of runs remained closed when we were there and for an experienced skier boredom will quickly set in.
The restaurants next to the Grand Hotel at the top of the gondola are ok - usual French offerings - but definitely nothing special. I spotted a sign for a pizza restaurant which seemed to be part of the Grand Hotel but this was obviously in a previous life and was only offering warmed up burgers and chips.
Bagneres de Luchon is a great town though, offering something for most visitors. However, even there it is a bit dead compared to other resorts - much better in summer when it is geared up for cyclists!