Here’s a little map showing the Tabé sector couloirs, short readily accessible off piste terrain to hone your skills in within easy reach of lift stations and pistes below by the Plan Joran restaurant.
Tabé chairlift labelled blue.
The couloirs are graded by difficulty (relative to each other)
The skier’s left hand one is by far the most difficult in that at it is very narrow at one point and still steep, it needs good snow cover otherwise it is very rocky. The exit route takes you through a small section of forest which can be tricky too.
The middle route is by far the most commonly accessed and easiest route, it is readily visible underneath Tabé and sometimes I wonder why it is not just a piste.
The right hand route is not to be underestimated, it is a vast area with some steep sections and serious boulders. It is also the most committed route as it is further from pistes and lifts than the others. It is a real powder stash too, but be careful as it is a remoter less accessible area than the other 2.