Ski rental Super Lioran
Nestled in the heart of the Auvergne volcanoes, in the Cantalien Massif, the Super Lioran resort is located 1160 metres above sea level and rises up as high as 1850 metres. It’s one of the most important resorts of the Massif Central.
Lioran is the destination of choice this winter! Skiing and many other activities are on offer for the whole family to enjoy, whatever your level: beginner, intermediate or advanced. The resort has many spaces that will satisfy the whole family. But before leaving, why not pre-order your ski rental for Super Lioran?
Ski area focus
You can practice many different winter sports on the 60 kilometres of slopes, and there are 44 different ski slopes in the ski area. Catering to all levels, the ski area consists of: 5 black runs, 15 red runs, 14 blue runs and 10 green runs.
The Super Lioran ski resort is not short of activities and is renowned for its modern, cleverly planned infrastructure that caters for all skiers: the young, beginners, experienced skiers and freestylers. Snowshoeing fans are not left out with 16 kilometres of marked trails to admire the surrounding landscape.
Skiers of all levels can find their favourite runs among the 44 on offer at the resort. Depending on your level, you can freely access the beginner and experienced spaces. Freestylers will find a five-hectare snowpark equipped with boxes and jumps suitable for all levels:
- 2 lines
- 9 beginner and advanced units
- 4 kicks
- 1 wall
- 4 rails including 1 king box
- 1 wave box
- 1 flat
- 1 dance floor (2x3m table)
For night owls, the resort offers night skiing sessions for beginner skiers right through to advanced.
L’Espace Mouflets is dedicated to children and covers 2 hectares. It is a modern and safe space for children to learn to ski – progressing through the three levels spaces as they improve.
Travelling with someone with reduced mobility? Rent handiski equipment for a solo instructor-led skiing experience at the ESF (French Ski School).
The Super Lioran resort also offers many off-piste activities: ice skating, sledding, snowmobiling, indoor climbing, balneotherapy and bowling – as well as an extensive media library. If you feel like an extra challenge, you can also climb a waterfall of ice accompanied by one of our knowledgeable guides, or discover the snowy trails of the resort led by sled dogs or as you practice your ski-joëring skills (skiing as you’re pulled along by horses). You can also sled down the Déval’luge, a 400 metre long track with rails set in the middle of the forest. This activity is reserved for people over 5 years old and they must always be accompanied by an adult. Laughter is practically guaranteed as you hurtle down the track!
Getting to the resort
By car: 1h30 from Clermont-Ferrand, 3h from Limoges or Montpellier, 5h from Paris.
By train: the train station is at the base of the resort. From the train station there is a ski lift taking you all the way into the resort, or you can take a shuttle bus.
By bus: connections are available between the SNCF station and the resort.