Ski-Areas > Pyrénées > Haute-Garonne (65) > Luchonnais > Peyragudes


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The ski resort of Peyragudes is situated in the Luchonnais area of the Haute-Garonne department in the Pyrénées region. The lift served area extends from 1600 metres to 2400 metres. There are 45 km of lift served runs. There are 15 km of cross country trails. The resort features a snowpark. As with many other Pyrénéenian resorts, the ski lifts are of an excellent standard. A high speed six seater chair whisks skiers up from Peyresourde to the top of the station and from les Agudes there is a high speed quad.

2006 Season

The new high-speed six Sérias chair with a capacity of 2,500 skiers per hour offers direct access to the Agudes sector via the col de la Flamme. The resort has install 80 new snow canons bringing the total to 180 and the snowpark has been updated.


Tomorrow Never Dies

You may not have heard of Peyragudes but the chances are you've seen it as the savage beauty of the Peyresourde ski station doubled for an arms bazaar close to the Russian border in the pre-title sequence of the James Bond movie Tomorrow Never Dies. The resort name itself is a contraction of the villages of les Agudes and Peyresourde.


Nearest Airport(s): Tarbes-Ossun-Lourdes (85 kms), Pau (100 kms, Ryanair flights), Toulouse Blagnac (150 kms)

Road: From Toulouse take the Montréjeau exit 17, then the N 125 to Luchon, then the D 125 towards the Col de Peyresourde. From Spain use the tunnel de Bielsa then towards Saint-Lary Soulan and the Col de Peyresourde.

Rail: Luchon mainline railway station is at 15 km (change at Montrejeau then either Tarbes or Toulouse for TGV or sleeper onward journeys). During the ski season there is a direct sleeper service on Saturdays to Paris Gare de Austerlizt from Luchon railway station (leaves 21h approx).



Chalet le Chapeau Bleu - Pretty Bed and Breakfast accommodation in St Beat, Haute Garonne with lovely views of the surrounding mountains and countryside

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