Skiing & ski rental in La Mongie

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La Mongie: skiing in the southwest of France

Freeride adventures in the Pyrenees

The ski resorts of La Mongie and Barèges make up the Grand Tourmalet Pic du Midi ski area. In the southwest of France, 100 kilometres of ski runs await. Various lifts comfortably take you up to an elevation of 2,500 metres above sea level.

The merger of the two resorts makes the Grand Tourmalet Pic du Midi – La Mongie/Barèges ski area one of the largest ski areas in the Pyrenees. From La Mongie, you can take the cable car to the top of Pic du Midi de Bigorre (2,877 metres). From the observatory, you’ll enjoy stunning 360-degree views of the Pyrenees.

By the way: From Pic du Midi, several freeride slopes lead daredevils down into the valley. The area is known for being a true winter sports eldorado for freeride skiers and snowboarders. In the INTERSPORT Rent shops on site, you can get the perfect equipment for the breathtakingly beautiful descents.

Ski rental in La Mongie

Your INTERSPORT Rent shops in La Mongie

At INTERSPORT Rent in La Mongie – Pic du Midi – Tourmalet, you will find everything a skier or snowboarder could wish for. Our RENTertainers on site will help you pick the right gear for carving, the snow park or for your freeride adventures on Pic du Midi.

Reserve your equipment online with just three clicks! Our RENTertainers will have it ready for you when you get to the resort. All you have to do is pick up your order at our shop – and you'll be ready for your adventures on the slopes of La Mongie.

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Skiing in La Mongie

More about the ski resort

At La Mongie ski resort, even little skiers get to conquer numerous kilometres of slopes. There are 16 green (very easy) and 22 blue ski runs to choose from, many of them lead through forest passages. So skiing certainly never gets boring there!

If you’re into freeriding, you should head from La Mongie to the summit of Pic du Midi. There are numerous off-piste and powder-snow slopes on this mountain. For another kind of adrenaline rush, visit La Mongie's snow park, the Parc des Etoiles. That’s where you can practice your skiing or snowboarding tricks on the various rails and jumps.

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What’s waiting for you in La Mongie?

  • 100 kilometres of slopes
  • 61 diverse ski runs
  • 31 lift and cable car facilities
  • a freeride eldorado on Pic du Midi
  • the Parc des Etoiles terrain park
  • 50 km of cross-country ski trails
  • 17 km of signposted snowshoe trails on the Plateau du Lienz
  • a night ski area open every evening

Skiing in La Mongie is right for you if ...

… you want to gaze at the stars from the observatory on Pic du Midi de Bigorre.

… you enjoy skiing through idyllic forest passages.

… you are looking for unforgettable freeride adventures.

… you are a die-hard freestyle skier or snowboarder and want to show off your skills in the Parc des Etoiles.

… you would like to visit the largest ski area in the French Pyrenees.

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A journey to the stars: That's what it feels like to visit the observatory at the top of Pic du Midi. The 19th century observatory can be reached by cable car from Bagnères de Bigorre via La Mongie. From the top of the mountain, you’ll enjoy 360-degree views of the entire Pyrenees mountain range.

A 3,300 square dark-sky reserve has been created around the observatory. It restricts artificial light pollution and thus ensures you’ll get to see the stars. What’s more, you can also spend the night up there – the observatory accommodates up to 27 people.

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