Crévacol ski resort
In the area of Saint-Rhémy, the last of the municipalities in the Great St. Bernard Valley (1519m), lies the Crévacol ski resort. Its superb position, facing entirely south and therefore very sunny, makes it an ideal choice not only for skiers, but also for those who prefer to relax and take home a suntan. The altitude of the ski resort ranges from 1640 to 2450 metres, with a level difference of 810 metres and 22 km of runs. Crévacol is able to meet the requirements of all kinds of skiers, from beginners to the more experienced, who can have fun away from the crowds, and it also offers plenty of scope for snowboarders.
A three-person chairlift takes skiers right up to the top of the ski resort, at an altitude of 2450 m, while a second chairlift and a magic carpet for beginners serves the area further down, between 1640 and 2000 metres.
22 km of slopes: 3 blue – 8 red – 1 black
2 chairlifts – 1 magic carpet