Find the Bearded Vulture on the Bellevarde slopes!


New for this winter is a great fun run on the Bellevarde massif..

Everyone can set off in pursuit of the Bearded Vulture from the “La Verte” track! Ski alongside this emblematic bird of the Alps and have fun with a variety of wooden play modules.

Take to the slopes under the entrance arch and make your first turns while admiring the breath-taking views.

Play the melody of the Bearded Vulture as you try your hand at the giant xylophone, then pass beneath the emblematic bird of prey in the wooden tunnel and finish the run in style by crossing the mogul zone.

This fun trail is accessible to skiers of all levels, so whether you’re a novice or an experienced skier, you’ll be able to enjoy yourself alongside the Bearded Vulture.

Click here to see on the piste map: Bearded Vulture

Some key details of this legendary bird of prey..

The Bearded Vulture is easily recognized by its wingspan, which can measure from 2.3 to 2.8 meters when fully grown.

It gets its name from the small tuft of feathers under its beak, which gives the impression of having a beard.

This bird of prey is also known for its red-rimmed yellow eyes. In the 19th century, the Bearded Vulture was considered an evil bird and was driven out of the Alps, but it wasn’t until the late 1980s that it made a comeback in the region.