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Resort area with the facilities required for skiing and snowboarding; it also lodges skiers and snowboarders.
patrol and first aid station
Building reserved for the ski patrol; it houses equipment for administering first aid to injured or sick skiers.
The businesses, buildings and dwellings that make it possible to enjoy a relatively long-term stay at a ski resort.
Extremely difficult slope geared to expert skiers and snowboarders; these slopes are usually very steep and include moguls and tight turns.
Steep slope geared to experienced skiers and snowboarders.
Wide gentle and well-cleared slope for skiing and snowboarding beginners.
Highest point on the mountain; it marks the starting point of most alpine ski trails.
Mechanical lift that is suspended from a single cable; it is made up of a series of seats for two to eight skiers or snowboarders who wear their equipment while going up and down.
Mechanical lift made up of a series of closed cabins that are suspended from a single cable; skis and snowboards are hung outside the cabin.
ski lift arrival area
alpine ski trail
Slope groomed for alpine skiing or snowboarding; a sign indicates the level of difficulty by means of a pictogram.
Network of trails that makes up a ski resort; they can be built on one or more slopes, on one mountain or on adjacent mountains.
Building that brings together various services such as restaurants, bars, boutiques and day care.