For a serene stay in the mountains, here are some tips for the safety of your children!
The mountains are a giant playground for experiences and memories for the whole family.
However, it is not without its dangers, and there are some things you should do to make the most of this environment.
Les conseils à adopter
Pay attention to other users with your equipment.
On the slopes, be careful when overtaking, control your speed, stop at the edge of the slopes and not in the middle, respect the signs and markings.
Dress appropriately: high boots, rain gear, warm clothing; the weather changes quickly in the mountains.
Take enough water and snacks with you.
Check the weather forecast before you set off on your hike.
Inform your friends and family or the Tourist Office of your departure and your route.
Take a map of the paths or an IGN map with you.
Never set off alone.
Choose your route according to your level, your physical condition at the time and the weather.
Don’t hesitate to call on the services of a professional to accompany you.
Respect nature and don’t leave your rubbish behind.
National Gendarmerie: 04 76 80 00 17
Emergency centre / Fire brigade: 18
Emergency services: 15
European emergency call: 112
Poison Control Centre (Lyon): 04 72 11 69 11
Allemond pharmacy: 04 76 80 78 64
Allemond medical practice: 04 76 80 68 81
Tourist Office: 04 76 80 72 37
Town Hall : 04 76 80 70 95
French ski school: 04 76 80 71 80
Children’s centre : 04 76 11 11 94
Ski lifts : 04 76 11 42 70
Slopes Service : 04 76 11 42 80