In the heart of the Aure Valley, Saint-Lary is a genuine, small Pyrenees village that combines mountain life and a Pyrenees setting - a happy union of water, sun and the warm hospitality of its residents. The highest peaks nearby are Pic Long at 3,194m and Néouvielle at 3,092m. You will find the warm and authentic atmosphere of a small Pyrenees village in Saint-Lary.
Imagine: a ski area unique as much for its large spaces right alongside the Pyrenees National Park as for its facilities and the fact it stretches from 1,700m to 2,515m in elevation, offering its diversity of pistes and landscapes. With its 100kilomètres and 55 pistes, Saint-Lary offers an imposing vista over the Pyrenees range. It's the ideal spot for snow sports enthusiasts.
There are shuttles to facilitate travel around the village.
After a day of skiing, come discover the two symbols of Saint-Lary. The mountain dog that can be seen in the series "Belle and Sebastian" is named Patou. It's an authentic Great Pyrenees dog. The Maison de l'Ours (The Bear's Home) lets you investigate the most fascinating of wild animals. It's also a multimedia resource centre for heritage, research and pedagogical work on this species and its complex relationship with the human world.
Come rent your skis at Saint-Lary