A surprisingly challenging black.

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Description

Known for its shorter season and low altitude, Sixt has a good number of runs of red and black difficulty.

The Cathedral is on the north side of the chair and is east facing, meaning it gets early morning sun during the second half of the season.

Surprisingly challenging for such a small ski area and all round a good morning's skiing! It brings you back to the start of the Pralet chair or join the red Coutaz for a long cruisy run down to the village at 760m.