Test your aim and skill with disc golf

A fun, outdoor sport that combines skill and trail running.

Looking for a family-friendly activity that’s neither too sporty nor too boring? Why not test your orientation and dexterity with disc golf? A fun, outdoor sport that combines dexterity and hiking. Can you be dexterous enough?

Prapoutel / Les 7 Laux : le site de Prapoutel en mode été
©Prapoutel en mode été
Prapoutel side


with family and friends

Hiking, yes, because you have to walk along a path that winds through the different landscapes of the Belledonne massif, using an orientation map to find the landing baskets. Disc-golf, because you have to hit the baskets with a Frisbee-like disc to advance along the course. The activity takes place in several stages:

  • throw the disc from the start
  • retrieve it before throwing again from its landing point (complicated, but fun when it lands in brush or shrubs)
  • reach the basket to complete the stage
  • find the next stage point using the map and a compass.

At Les 7 Laux, you can test your orientation and skill with disc-golf in 8 holes, 1h15, and almost 2.4 km, all departing from Prapoutel. In other words, 3 times nothing for a minimum of pleasure. Because that’s what disc golf is all about: maximum pleasure and sharing with friends and family. Take the time to appreciate nature, pay attention to your surroundings and find your bearings in space.

As in golf, the course must be completed in a limited number of strokes to avoid penalties.

This activity is in fact a complete one, because in addition to developing their skills and hiking, it also enables children to read an IGN map, learn about geographical topos and evolve in an unfamiliar environment (in complete safety, of course). At last, an activity that’s fun, educational, sporty and accessible to all, including children as young as 6. It’s also a perfect activity for those who don’t like walking too much.

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