Ovronnaz resort

Ovronnaz is a multi-facetted region between the plain and mountains

Nestled at the foot of the Muverans mountain chain at an altitude of 1350m, while still near to the plain, Ovronnaz offers the charm of an authentic alpine village, which benefits from optimal hours of sunshine and a panoramic view of the Rhone valley. Reputed for its natural environment and climate, Ovronnaz is a ski resort, a thermal centre and a starting point for hiking. The region offers a network of beautiful paths, crossing terraced vineyards and green pastures as far as Lake Fully. From the Rhone plain to the Muverans peaks, everyone will find something pleasing at Ovronnaz, thanks to the seasonal activities or events that take place there.


During the summer season, the mountain is just as pleasant with its prairies and green alpine pastures, overlooked by its rocky crests. In this setting, sculpted by nature, 150 km of walking paths and more than 50km of mountain bike trails have been marked out. This superb alpine countryside is also the idyllic context for the Ovronnaz baths, renowned for their hot springs. The thermal centre offers the highest quality facilities for relaxing and wellbeing.


Ovronnaz ski resort covers the village uplands between the altitudes of 1390 and 2463 metres. From the baby lift to the summit of the Tsantonnaire runs, the skiable area comprises 3 four-seat chairlifts and 5 t-bar lifts over 1100 metres at varying levels. The snowy alpine scenery can also be enjoyed, when cross-country skiing, snowshoe trekking or taking lovely walks. The après-ski at the baths is ideal for relaxing.


Throughout the year, enjoy relaxing at the wellness facilities, facing a grandiose alpine panorama at the Ovronnaz baths where the soothing warmth of the waters and the precious mineral elements will offer you the best of the mountain. The region also lives to the beat of its many events, including the Ovronnaz-Rambert Ovronnalpski alpine skiing race, snow sculpting, local market and wine tastings, craft market and the Inaple d’Odonne.