Such is the excitement surrounding the opening of the brand new four-seasons alpine coaster in Les Gets this summer, we’ve decided to dedicate an entire web page to its opening. As we’ve previously reported in our last two magazines, Les Gets has made a bold commitment to a four seasons tourism initiative by investing in year-round activities and facilities that can be enjoyed by everyone. Alta Lumina is a huge success, the new alpine coaster is sure to follow suit.
Here’s what we know so far about the new Alpine Coaster and we’ll keep this page updated.
The opening date and opening times will be announced soon. It’s expected that the Alpine Coaster wont open before Les Gets welcomes Le Tour de France for a stage depart on Sunday 16th July. The area surrounding the base station is needed for the associated Tour de France entourage.
The toboggans operate on a raised rail that descends through the Perrieres sector. You’ll board your cart at the newly-built base station in the Perrieres car park. The course is 1100m long with a total altitude drop of 104m and an average descent gradient of 14.5%. You’ll reach speeds of up to 40km an hour!
The alpine coaster is for children aged three and above, who must be accompanied by an adult until the age of eight. From eight years and above, children can ride the slope alone and it’s possible to make tandem rides too.
We’re excited to discover that the luge on rails will be included in the Portes du Soleil MultiPass scheme this summer.
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Stay tuned for more details soon, including the official opening date!