From the summit of the Petites Roches nearly 1,600 metres above sea level skiers enjoy views of the Mittelland and Lake Neuchâtel and also of the Alps looming on the horizon.
Although the descent from Petites Roches to Les Rasses is marked in black, less experienced skiers can also enjoy this route. The piste follows moderately steep, uniform terrain and hence is suitable for families too.
The downhill run on this highest slope in the Thyon ski area is a special treat for seasoned skiers who are looking for a real challenge. The views down to the Rhone Valley, the Dent Blanche and the Grande Dixence, Europe’s greatest dam, are quite stunning.
With its extra-wide pistes Savognin is regarded as a carver’s paradise. One of this ski area’s most beautiful slopes starts at the summit of the Piz Martegnas. Without any flat sections, it takes you down to the village in one highly enjoyable sweep.