That's it, here we are, winter is here. Time to take out the blankets, the hot water bottles, the raclette machines and drink some hot chocolates by the fire. And for the more adventurous, this winter season is also an opportunity to indulge in some board sports: skiing, snowboarding, snowshoe hiking, the choices are varied.

But when we go away for a week, the lack of padel can be insurmountable. And we understand you! That's why, for you, we found you some stations, where you may be able to swap your skis for your shovels.

Du padel in Tignes

We told you about it, in Tignes-le-Lac, we can make padel at 2100 meters altitude. In an idyllic setting, surrounded by snow and mountains, it is the – almost – dream place to play. Finally, it was especially possible last year, since the field was ephemeral.

However, the experience worked so well last year that a new ephemeral track could see the light of day again this year. Who knows ?…

tignes padel montagne

Direction Alpe d’Huez

Direction this timeAlpe d’Huez in Isère. You can also enjoy the setting of this magnificent mountain, while exchanging a few balls, right? Summer or winter, snow or good weather, there is no season for a small game.

Hoping that they sand the grounds in the morning before the dew…


Let's fly to Avoriaz

Perched at more than 1.800 meters above sea level, the Avoriaz slopes are worth the detour. Surrounded by typical architecture, in the heart of the Portes du Soleil, Haute-Savoie is also starting to padel.

At the Swiss border, the setting is quite nice, believe us.

Avoriaz 2 tracks at 1800 m

Want to go to Spain?

À Subscribe (Aragon), in the Spanish Pyrenees, the spa/ski resort has expanded its offering sporty by offering padel. A magnificent view of the superb valley of Tena, what a dream.

Be careful though, the cold can be sneaky. Don't play in shorts where you will be cold.

Panticosa field padel montagne

Little challenge in one of these resorts: we challenge you to make a par 3.

Sources / Credits: PSE

Gwenaelle Souyri

It was his brother who one day told him to accompany him on a track. padel, since then, Gwenaëlle has never left the court. Except when it comes to going to watch the broadcast of Padel Magazine, World Padel Tour… or Premier Padel…or the French Championships. In short, she is a fan of this sport.