Peyragudes is a winter sports resort in the French Pyrenees located in the Hautes-Pyrénées and Haute-Garonne departments in the Occitanie region, near the Col de Peyresourde.
The ski resort of Peyragudes was created in 1988 from the merger of two resorts: Peyresourde and Les Agudes. Surrounded by peaks culminating at 3000 m, it extends over 1500 ha between 1600 and 2400 m on the two sides of a mountain overlooking the valleys of Larboust (Haute-Garonne) and Louron (Hautes-Pyrénées). Nestled at an altitude of 1,600 meters, Peyresourde is also the name of the slope located in the Hautes-Pyrénées.
The Col de Peyresourde made famous thanks to the Tour de France, this locality is one of the 2 villages of the resort. It is located 10 km from the magnificent village of Loudenvielle in the Louron valley.
49 tracks (60 km):
6 green runs
22 blue runs
17 red runs
4 black runs
In 1997, “Tomorrow Never Dies” movie about the famous secret agent 007 was filmed at the Peyragudes resort. Therefore, Peyragudes is associated today with the name of James Bond – a blue track with a length of almost 2.8 km bears his name.
Children, youth 5-17 years old / students 18-30 years old – 37.00 euros
Adults 18-64 years old – 42.00 €