Coming on holiday to Prémanon, one of the four villages making up the Resort of Les Rousses, means combining the pleasure and beauty of the mountains with the diversity of activities, all in the warm setting of a human-sized ski resort
The Resort of Les Rousses, in the heart of the Jura Mountains, is known for the quality of the services offered, notably through several labels, among them: Flocon Vert, Tourisme et Handicap, Qualité Tourisme, ..
In Prémanon you can practice all sorts of activities: cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, sledging, snowtubing, dog sledding, cross-country skiing, and you can even skate on the ice rink at the Espace des Mondes Polaires. The Village is crossed by the famous Transjurassienne race which passes through the heart of the village every year, before reaching Les Rousses. Prémanon is also known as the homeland of Paul Emile Victor, a great explorer of the Nordic countries..
Several track starts are possible
- Prémanon village: access from the heart of the village, ideal if you wish to move around on foot. Rather easy tracks, with the possibility of joining more complicated tracks through the Sambine woods
Services: accommodation, ski school, mushers, catering, snack room, tourist information point, public transport, services, sale of royalties
- Prémanon - La Darbella: the start of the slopes is located along the national road 5, therefore very easily accessible. The tracks that leave from there are also easy tracks, in the direction of the Massacre forest. It is therefore possible to join more difficult tracks and even the tracks of our Swiss neighbours
Safe toboggan runs and sled dogs in the village
Caution: massacre forest = biotope zone: please respect the access conditions
Snowshoe itineraries: not groomed, so can be more physically technical after snowfalls. Departures from Prémanon.
Espaces Libertés : slopes with free access. These areas are groomed and accessible to pedestrians, snowshoers, cross-country skiers, sledges and dogs on a leash: the Village in Prémanon.
Alpine skiing: Franco-Swiss domain: Massifs of the Tuffes, Serra, Noirmont and Dôle: 54 slopes and 33 lifts
1,050 m to 1,680 m