On the edge of the Ecrins National Park, Puy St Vincent is one of the best kept secrets in the skiing world. Occupying a sheltered position amongst many high peaks and glaciers the resort has fantast snow and weather, so you can enjoy the 75km of marked slopes all winter long. Originally comprised of three villages at a height of 1,400m the resort now spans across four ski stations with the highest village now at 1,800m. With the great snow and different types of terrain to be found across the resort, it's an ideal destination for skiers and snowboarders of all ability levels.Cross-country skiers are also well catered for at Puy St Vincent. There are 30km of cross-country trails where skiers can discover breathtaking views of the surrounding scenery. And Puy St Vincent has a wealth of other ways to explore the area, like from snowshoeing and ski touring in the vast off-piste wilderness. Kids and adults alike will enjoy the sledge runs, and for something different you can try snake-sledging. Adrenaline junkies can ice climb up huge frozen waterfalls or take to the skies and go paragliding.Filled with things to do, the villages in Puy St Vincent are perfect for families, there's a good choice of accommodation, and lots of great restaurants. For alternative evening activities you can go snowmobiling, quad biking, or back at the resort there's a cinema, swimming pools, an ice rink, and a sports centre. And a trip to Puy St Vincent wouldn't be complete without visiting the Ecrins National Park Centre, where you can learn about the area and a host of natural science subjects.Après skiers will find bars in each of the four areas of Puy St Vincent, with the highest number in Puy St Vincent 1600 - there you'll find good night time options including karaoke bars and clubs.