What is Mountain Touring
Mountain Touring is our definition of cross-country skiing in the mountains.
Go for it, create your climbing route far away from the ski resorts.
Go back down to where the snow looks better and the slope is less exposed to avalanche risks.
For authentic cross-country skiing.
Given the natural aspects of the mountainous surroundings, you must have good technique, prepare your outings and have a good understanding of your avalanche safety equipment.
Don't head out alone.
2 part pole
Adjustment of the pole from 110 cm to 145 cm with a mechanical lever, enabling the height of the pole to be adjusted depending on the steepness of the slope and adapt the length when climbing or descending.
Minimal length of the pole when it is stored: 95 cm
Grip on the pole has been carefully designed by adding a long foam grip under the wrist and an adjustable wrist strap for comfort and adjustment of the position when climbing.
The Tungsten tip enables the pole to be stuck into all types of snow, particularly very hard snow
Our advice website
On this website, you will find information and advice to help you go cross-country skiing: how to attach your skis to your backpack, how to attach your skins to your skis, etc.
You will also find a detailed list of cross-country routes in French ski resorts.