Sorebois (Zinal) Ski Hotel Guide - Ski accommodation

Sorebois (Zinal)

70 Km of slopes in the Zinal-Sorebois skiing area in an imposing panorama of high mountains. The exceptional snow cover of the northeast side of the mountains guarantees good skiing conditions right up to the end of the season. We have invested  in a new artificial snow system of 77 snowmachines. 77 guns covering more than 35 acres have been installed. The slopes are in excellent conditions since the beginning of the season

Sledging, a sport several decades old, has certainly not been demoded by more modern ones. There is nothing like it for a good laugh, letting off steam or simply having fun. A 200 metres slope by the start of the ‘Plats de la Lée’. Free

Guided hike to the heart of the Zinal glacier
“Above Zinal, the glacier opens its big blue frozen lips. Awaiting visitors who at the end of a beautiful two hour walk, penetrate its fascinating crystalline entrails….”.

Walks with sealskins skis or snowshoes
Going along these itineraries will take you further and higher, stretching your limits and leading you to ever more beautiful landscapes. Our itineraries are intesesting because they include walks with all difficulties levels. For families there is a 4 Km walks beside the the cross country skiing tracks along the Navizence.

The cross-country ski circuit
In Zinal, cross-country ski on a magnificent loop circuit adjacent to the Navizence river. A pass is compulsory and is on sale at the tourist office or at the cash desks of the Ski lifts.

Natural ice rink
In Zinal, at the centre of the village, a natural ice rink waits for you. Free entry. The ice rink is enlightned until 9pm. In Ayer, below the Hotel Rothorn, close to the Foyer Lyrette, a natural ice rink is enlightned until 10pm. Free entry.

Climbing on an ice fall
[Climbing on an ice fall ] Treat yourself with a climbing initiation on an ice fall. Once you have tamed it, you will see the ice from a different light.

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