Tuesday 1 September Last update : 09/01/2015 at 13:01

#Ice Driving Ice Driving

Between ‘glisse’ and speed…

Do you enjoy a good adrenalin rush? Discover the highest ice-racing track in Europe. The Val Thorens Drivers’ School wants to initiate you to a number of new sensations.

Steering, counter-steering, braking….all the techniques are tried under the watchful eye of a trained professional .

The Ice Driving Academy welcomes you on the « Alain Prost’s » ice-racing track of VT:
-    Altitude : 2200 m
-    Length : 760 m
-    Width : 10 to 12 m
-    Circuit officially recognized to welcome the “Trophée Andros” races

The Ice driving Academy team:
-    The pist initiation and baptism are done under the control of several skilled pilots, all holders of the BPJEPS

Ice karting

The Ice Driving Academy driving school gives you the opportunity to try ice karting.

A 300-m long by 5-m wide ice run is specially set up for karting at the Alain Prost driving circuit centre.

It’s fun to do with friends or family, and great for trying out the sensations of sliding around on the ice for the first time.
Get there using the free shuttles from the P3 car park.

Ice karting sessions can be booked throughout the week.

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Buggy initiation on ice

An SSV (Side by Side Vehicle), better known as a “buggy”, is a motorised vehicle that looks like a quad bike.
You get to experience unique sensations driving an 800cc engine buggy on ice.

The Ice Driving Academy driving school provides initiation sessions on the main circuit (which hosts the Andros Trophy).

Two people can ride a buggy together.

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