Sporting and cultural activities for everyone, all year


Our Winter activities

In winter we are 10 km from Le Sauze, 12 km from Saint Anne and 16 km from Pra Loup. Jausiers welcomes visitors and strives to provide a winter tourism with snowshoe trails for all levels.

For your winter vacation we offer :

  • Ski, Snowpark, Snowscooting
  • Snowshoeing
  • Dog sledding
  • Snow biking
  • Paragliding
  • Swimming-pool
  • Visits of the valley and its points of historical, cultural and culinary interest.

The note from Alain, accompanist in Mountain, state certified : "In the heart of the Southern Alps, a station on its own: 65 km of trails running through the valleys from the summit of Le Brec to the summit L'Alp. A paradise everyone can enjoy - skiers, snowboarders, free ride enthusiasts, snowscooters – with a variety of slopes, tracks and terrain parks. There are green, blue, red and black slopes so everyone can practice their favourite sport in the unspoiled nature."

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Refuge in the mountain
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The snowshoeing hiking
activities snowshoeing sans souci
The snowshoeing hiking

Our Spring activities

In summer our region is a paradise for hikers and outdoor sports enthusiasts with activities like white water rafting, mountain biking, climbing and fishing.

In summer, there is a bathing lake located 1 km away. Our situation is great for cyclists and bikers because we are on the Alpes main road that goes from Col de Vars to Col de Cayolle. Our sporting activities are among the most popular in the Ubaye :

  • Hiking, Rafting
  • Paragliding, Mountain biking
  • Climbing

The note from Alain, accompanist in Mountain, state certified : "Discover the many mountain lakes, unforgettable walks in sublime nature and countryside full of light and fresh air. Raft down the Ubaye, have fun at the adventure park, go fishing in mountain streams and lakes. And then there is also cycling, mountain biking, quad, hang-gliding, paragliding, horse-riding, karting and much more."

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The lake
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