The Pyrenees ski resort of Luchon-Superbagnères is located in the town of Saint-Aventin in the Haute-Garonne department in the Occitanie region.
The resort is located at an altitude of 1465 – 2125 meters.
It has been inaugurated since the early 20th century, thanks to a wave of discoveries of the Pyrenees region, in particular by the British. Initially, it was accessible by a cogwheel train, which entered service in 1912.
However, the carroad won out over the railroad, which was finally suspended in 1966.
The cable car was launched in 1993 to connect the city with the resort.
80 hectares of ski area
32 km of pistes in three sectors (sectors: Téchous, Lac and Céciré)
30 slopes: 3 green, 12 blue, 7 red, 6 black
180 snow cannons
1 snow park
1 children’s park
1 toboggan run
4 km cross-country skiing and snowshoeing trail.
In the Superbagnères mountain there are about 80 thermal springs (temperature from 22 to 67 ° C), they are very rich in sulfur. They are recommended for the treatment of respiratory diseases and rheumatism.
Children and youth (6-17 years old) – 26.50 euros
Adult (18-64 years old) – 35.50 euros
Coordinates: 42 ° 46 ′ 04.8 ″N, 0 ° 34 ′ 37.2 ″ E