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Mountainbug are specialists in Pyrenees walking holidays, multi-activity holidays, cycling, canyoning, skiing and snow shoe holidays in the high Pyrenees of Southern France. We are based from our beautiful chalet in the traditional mountain village of Bareges, part of the Tourmalet ski resort (Bareges-La Mongie) – the largest ski domain in the French Pyrenees, and a perfect location for Summer walking and activity holidays.
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Mountainbug shared Grand Tourmalet’s post.Friday, February 10th, 2017 at 4:35am

Can’t believe we didn’t get to go skiing today, of all days! Magnificent conditions up there.
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Mountainbug shared Luz St Sauveur – Ardiden’s video.Thursday, February 9th, 2017 at 10:20pm

Luz-Ardiden smothered in snow today
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Luz St Sauveur – Ardiden
😍 — THE DAY — ☀️

Des conditions de folie aujourd’hui sur les pistes de Luz Ardiden !

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Mountainbug shared Météo65′s photo.Thursday, February 9th, 2017 at 5:35am

After 30cm of new snow (still snowing…), The Hautes Pyrenees ski resorts are now the snowiest in France.
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MountainbugThursday, February 2nd, 2017 at 10:55pm

Grand Tourmalet ski resort piste map – 100km of pistes and 69 lifts, including the Pic du Midi at 2877m.
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MountainbugThursday, February 2nd, 2017 at 10:50pm

Plenty of reasons to come and ski in the Pyrenees. The Grand Tourmalet resort gets a mention, as the largest ski area, but we may well be the highest too, with the Quatre Termes piste beginning at 2500m, and the Pic du Midi lift (for World-class off-piste skiing) rises to 2877m. Check out the piste map in our next post!
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MountainbugWednesday, February 1st, 2017 at 10:53pm

Despite being buried in snow we are working on new routes for this summer:

Fancy a quick break to refresh the batteries this summer? Here is a great escape, a two day trek into the Pyrenees National Park to see the UNESCO world heritage sites of Gavarnie and Estaube with the chance to summit the Pic du Piméné on the way through – magic!