Frience, a south-facing panoramic plateau in the heart of Alpe des Chaux, offers a wide range of activities for the entire family in any season !
Use of all installations is free of charge, promising boundless fun for the entire family!
SKI & SNOWBOARD SLOPES FOR BEGINNERS
The area offers 3 ski runs, including one for beginners. The perfect place to learn how to ski. The Swiss Ski School in Gryon offers lessons and a snow playground.
There are 5 specially prepared toboggan runs with varying levels of difficulty, including 1 for beginners, 1 for advanced and 1 for expert tobogganists.
A CONVEYOR BELT UNIQUE IN SWITZERLAND
A 160-metre long conveyor belt gets passengers effortlessly up the hill! With its wooden cover, reminiscent of Lucerne’s famous Chapel Bridge, the belt protects users from the elements.
NUMEROUS OTHER ACTIVITIES
This recreational area is located close to the ski area of Villars-Gryon-Diablerets, with easy access from Les Fracherets.
A cross-country ski trail as well as several winter walking and snowshoeing trails are close by.
Numerous other activities are offered throughout the winter : tobogganing, downhill skiing, winter walking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing
The opening hours of the facilities for the end of the season (3 to 11 April 2022) will be defined later.
- Access by bus (shuttle Gryon - Alpe des Chaux, 7 races a day),
- to ski
- by car (from Barboleuse),
- 2 free car parks nearby (La Golèze and Frience).
Rental shop with sledges, bobs, skibobs, snowscoots and yooners as well as helmets.
Food and beverages:
Snack bar with terrace and deck chairs, toilet.
- by bus (Gryon - Alpe des Chaux shuttle, 7 services per day during off-peak season and 15 services per day during peak season)
- on skis
- by car (from Barboleuse)
- wearing a helmet is recommended
- tobogganing, snow scooting and downhill skiing are only allowed on the runs marked for each discipline. Everyone on their own tracks!
- do not leave the marked runs and trails, observe the signage
- children and adolescents must be supervised by their parents