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Advice needed, Snowmobile rental near Superdevoluy

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
As per title really. We will be driving and ideally would like to do something for a few hours on a Saturday before driving home.

Also any tips on Superdevoluy would be appreciated. Can't wait to see what £120 a head including lift pass gets us. Smile.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Have stayed in Superdevoluy a few times. I'd say it's hard to beat value-for-money wise. The resort itself is dominated by a 60s building, the Bois D'Aurouze (sp?) - a couple of floors of shops and restaurants and then ten more of accommodation. It was built as a ski resort in a building. It's ugly. But it doesn't matter - as soon as you're up the first lift you don't see it. Smile

There's a rental shop on the right hand side of the big building (as you look up the hill) - they have ski lockers - very handy if you're walking down from the newer accommodation behind the big building (Chalets de SuperD/Hameau du puy).

There's enough skiing to keep me occupied for a week, and I only ever remember one bad queue for a drag lift that I think has now been replaced by a chair.

I don't recall there being any snowmobiling to do, but there are stables offering ski-joering (skiing behind a horse) - we didn't do it, but I quite fancy the idea. I think there's a have-a-go at cross country skiing facility too.

The resort is definitely smaller than anywhere else I've stayed in in the alps, but that does lend it a friendlier atmosphere, and of course - you're never far from *anything*. And it's not full of Brits!

If you're planning on eating out on the last (Fri)day of your stay, get a reservation in early. Everywhere gets booked up pretty quick - well it did at half term week anyway.

I'd love to go back there again, got quite a soft spot for it.
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