Peyragudes with 60 km of ski slopes, including “007 track”

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

17 lifts

Route 007:

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 €

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