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Auron Ski Resorts

Ski accomodation in Auron

As one of the larger ski resorts in the Alpes Maritime, Auron gains a lot of praise among skiers for its beauty, slope diversity and snow reliability. The Auron ski resort is also quite close to the equally brilliant Isola 2000 resort. With great teaching facilities and 3 kilometres of green pistes, beginners should be able to graduate quite quickly to the more challenging blue pistes where there is a selection of 15 different pistes covering a length of 53 kilometres. For the more advanced skiers there are 8 black pistes covering 33 kilometres and 17 red pistes covering 46 kilometres. During the winter, the off-piste trails are quite a sight and are regarded highly by many skiers from all over the world due to the picturesque scenery and general skiing experience. For the snowboarders, Auron ski resort has a snow park with a selection of rails, half pipes and jumps as well as a variety of runs some of which can be very steep.

Brilliant Facilities on and off of the Slopes

For a classy Apres-ski experience, the Auron ski resort has many cocktail and piano bars, a great recommendation for couples. For a more lively night life, there are still many pubs and clubs for great night time celebrations. The concerts and circus acts available at the Auron ski resort also makes for brilliant family entertainment. What Alpine resort would be complete without a few spas to choose from? The Auron ski resort, of course has great spas, perfect after a hard days skiing on the slopes.


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