Analysing terrain data
This run is definitely the poorer cousin of the Route de l'Aravet.
Being the only green piste back to the Club Med, it can get severely crowded in peak periods, particularly just before lunch and at the end of the day as the ski school groups head down the mountain.
A further disadvantage is the fact that it traverses a red run (Bez) on several occasions, meaning steeper sections with advanced skiers whizzing past - not for people short on confidence.
It also gets a lot of sun, so tends to get icy and then slushy later in the season.
If all that doesn't put you off then you'll be rewarded by a long, mostly gentle green run with a beautiful view of the town of Villeneuve far below.
If you get lucky, you might even see the odd roe deer or chamois on the sun-drenched slopes above the piste.
You'll need to ski a section of easy blue run (Goulet) to get to the start of the green and, as with any long and narrow run, adults in snowplough are likely to find this run very tiring.
Also not ideal for snowboarders.