Monts Jura Resort and its partners are rallying around and adopting the Covid Free approach. This seal of approval guarantees that safety standards and appropriate cleaning protocols are applied at the establishments concerned.
This winter, the joys of the mountains, the fresh air and the wide open spaces will still be intact. The Jura Mountains are doing all they can to welcome you from 15th December onwards and to provide you with the best possible conditions for enjoying that big breath of pure mountain air!
A holiday in the Jura Mountains this winter? Naturally!
Prepare to make the most of the mountains!
Following the latest government announcements, the ski lifts will remain closed for the Christmas holidays. Pending new developments, we look forward to welcoming you from 15th December. Along with various players across the massif, we are working responsibly and conscientiously to ensure our facilities are ready to offer you peace of mind and ensure you all stay safe during your holiday in the great outdoors.
Come and enjoy the freedom of skiing without having to wear a face mask
Come and feel the benefits of breathing the fresh mountain air
Come and appreciate the wide open spaces of our mountains
Wide open spaces with plenty of room for everyone
Fancy the mountains but not the big resorts? Dreaming of a holiday away from the crowds?
Then you'll love the Jura Mountains, where a layer of snow transforms the landscape into France's very own Scandinavia.
Enjoy the full Nordic experience in the calm atmosphere of plenitude that only unspoilt nature can offer.
You'll be able to go walking or snowshoeing to explore the typical landscapes and enjoy spectacular views over the Alps, among others!
La petite Scandinavie française
A winter off the skis
A host of activities to discover
With or without downhill skiing, our mountains always have plenty of activities waiting to be discovered!
From 15th December, all outdoor activities will be allowed: sledging, dog sledding, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, backcountry skiing, etc. You'll have no time for boredom!
If the snow is too cold for you, there are many sites worth visiting and local crafts to discover: museums, craft studios, and all the expertise of Jura's mountain-dwellers.Découvrir toutes les activités