GO DOWN THE SLOPE OF THE OK TO LA DAILLE

Ok Daille

Like the Face de Bellevarde, the OK is one of Val d’Isère’s mythical runs, and the venue for the women’s Critérium de la Première Neige competition. It takes its name from 2 Olympic champions: Henri Oreiller and Jean-Claude Killy.

The 900-metre descent takes you round the Rocher de Bellevarde and down the slopes into the village of La Daille.

 

 


How do I get to it?
Starting from La Daille, take the Funival to the Plateau de Bellevarde.
Starting from the village, take the Olympique cable car. The OK is next to the Marmottes chairlift arrival point.

Our advice
In bad or foggy weather, the bottom of the O.K in the Forêt de la Daille is sheltered from the wind, giving you better visibility.

 

 

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