Rules for transporting children around the ski area

For all fixed grip and detachable chairlifts
 
Children are the responsibility of their parents or of a designated guardian (friends, ski instructor, etc.), and must:
- organize themselves according to the child's ability to use the ski area infrastructure,
- teach the child the rules for using ski area infrastructure, proper behavior, what errors to avoid, especially when at a standstill.
 
Children, however tall, count as one person.
 
To ride a chairlift, children who are less than 1.25m tall must be accompanied by at least one person capable of providing help when necessary, especially to lower the safety bar and to follow the safety guidelines.
A maximum of two children who are less than 1.25 tall are allowed to ride with this person, one on either side without any empty space in between.
 
Transporting children being carried in a back or front pack
 
Children, however tall, count as one person.
 
Transporting children in a back or front pack is possible, but only on chairlifts with the capability of changing speed.
 
Fixed grip chairlifts:
- TAVERNE
- CRET
- GETTIERS
- CHATELET
- TOLAR
- TERRES ROUGES
 
Detachable chairlifts:
- MAROLY
- LACHAT
- FLORIA
 
Loading and unloading speeds for pedestrians is 1.5 m/s maximum.
 
Surface lifts
 
An adult and child may ride the following surface lifts together:
- CROZAT
- ROSAY
- BABY
- VENAY

Covered carpet :

 An adult and child may ride the following surface lifts together:
- ALPAGE EXPRESS

Abbreviations posted on map, signs, and lifts:
TK: Surface lift
TSF: Fixed grip chairlift
TSD: Detachable chairlift