To enjoy our services, it is important that you know your skiing level and adapt it to your ski lift pass.

Levels and technicals tests for children - Alpine Ski


  • Not able to ski.


  • Move around on skis in different ways over varied but almost flat terrain.
  • Can ski with skis parallel straight downhill and stop using a snowplough turn.


  • Series of 7 to 8 snowplough turns with the skis brought back to the parallel position in between, over a suitable marked out course.
  • Elementary direct line across the slope following a roughly straight trajectory.
  • Test of balance when skiing while facing down the slope (with little jumps, from one foot to the other or over little bumps, etc.) on a gentle slope.

1ére Etoile

  • On a moderately steep slope, series of elementary sideslip turns over a suitable marked out course. 
  • Direct traversing line following a curved trajectory. 
  • Step turns on a gentle slope (starting off at an angle).

2éme Etoile

  • Series of around ten perfect elementary turns over a suitable marked out course on a moderately steep slope. 
  • Basic direct line passing over hollows and bumps. 
  • Basic skating step.

3éme Etoile

  • Series of around ten basic turns imposed by 10 to 12 poles on a moderately steep slope. 
  • Basic single garland on a moderately steep slope. 
  • Perfect direct line to build up speed, finished with a braking sideslip, all on a moderately steep slope.

Etoile de Bronze

  • Non-timed line assessed by the pupil's ability to complete perfect basic turns, with two changes of rhythm on a varied slope (alternating medium, short and medium-radius turns through 15 to 20 gates). 
  • Godille of base. 
  • Passage over bumps with slight take-off on prepared piste or terrain (skiercross-type run).

Etoile d'or

  • Short giant slalom, timed (maximum 50% more time allowed compared to opener). 
  • Technical series of perfect broad and high-speed turns over varied terrain (slope, snow, etc.).

Timed Tests - Chamois & Flèches

La Flèche

  • Giant Slalom, 25/35 checkpoints, elevation : 200 to 250 m
  • Or : 0% à 15%
  • Vermeil : 15,01% à 28%
  • Argent : 28,01% à 40%
  • Bronze : 40,01 à 50%
  • Flechette : 50,01 à 55%

Le Chamois

  • Special slalom, 30/40 checkpoints, elevation : 120 to 200 m
  • Or : 0% à 15%
  • Vermeil : 15,01% à 28%
  • Argent : 28,01% à 40%
  • Bronze : 40,01 à 50%
  • Flechette : 50,01 à 55%

Levels and Technical tests for Adults

1er Ski

  • Becoming familiar with the equipment and snow. 
  • Balance while sliding over smooth terrain on a gentle slope. 
  • Snowplough turn. Controlling speed using a snaking trajectory. Using ski lifts.

Classe 1

  • Descending in an elementary turn on a gentle to moderately steep slope. 
  • Elementary direct line. 
  • Elementary sideslipping: uphill swing, at an angle. 
  • Step turns sliding uphill.

Classe 2

  • Descent with a basic parallel turn on a varied, moderately steep slope. 
  • Basic direct line. 
  • Basic sideslips and garlands. 
  • Basic high-speed turns.

Classe 3

  • Descent with perfect turns on all types of piste. 
  • Perfect direct line. 
  • Perfect high-speed turn. 
  • Experience of skiing in all types of snow and terrain.

Classe 4 Piste

  • Expert turn
  • Expert Godille on all kinds of snow and market trails


  • Competition turn.
  • Different types of tracks.

Off Piste

  • Discover off track terrains.
  • Master the skis, regardless of the snow, terrains of visibility.