No, in winter, the mountain is not just for skiing. You, you prefer the calm and slowly discover the landscapes to enjoy the mountain otherwise in snowshoes. Warmed by the sun’s rays, you slowly progress on the snowshoe trails on the Prapoutel, Pipay or Pleynet side. Depending on the place, you can see some animal tracks in the snow, even small rabbits coming out of a grove.
It’s time to let go and enjoy a relaxing break in the 7 Laux resort in total immersion with nature. Your ears only hear the murmur of a small stream that you run along or the sound of the wind in the branches of the fir trees. By rubbing against the branch of the fir trees too closely, snow has just fallen into your neck. It’s cold, but you feel alive.
Step by step, you feel the snowshoes slamming behind you on the hiking trails of Prapoutel or Pleynet. If your steps seem to get heavier and heavier, it’s time to slam your snowshoe and leave the “tonne” of snow that has clung to it. Inevitably, once this is done, you feel lighter and can resume your hike more joyfully. Despite the effort, you feel light. This feeling of being able to walk on the snow and enjoy the mountain in a different way is more than pleasant.