A gentle, as the track is mainly reasonably narrow, link between two lifts.


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A blue piste developed to link two chairlifts: The top of the Tête de Verds to the bottom of the Desert Blanc.

Initially requiring a pole on flat after arriving from the Tête de Verds chair, this leads to a very gentle track with pistes coming in from the right and others departing downhill to the left.

Keep an eye out for these to ensure your safety.

Peel off down the reds Faust or Topaze, or down the blue Quartz, or continue to the Desert Blanc chair down the final steep-ish part of the piste.

This chair is hugely popular throughout the season but seems to lift the queues, when they develop, without too much of a wait.

If you wish to access the Blanchot restaurant with its wonderful views and sunny position, situated just above the Desert Blanc chair, then it is accessible by staying high and traversing the Lucifer, Belzébuth, Cristal and Serpentine.