Swear. Its official, the Dôle slopes are open on Saturday ... for the Swiss


While the school holidays begin this Friday evening in the region and in Switzerland, the operator Jura sur Léman confirms with a press release the opening of the slopes of the Dôle massif on February 6th.

“Jura sur Léman takes note of the decision of the Besançon Administrative Court after Télé-Dôle SA appealed. ''

However, not all skiers will benefit from it: remember that only Swiss skiers can ski.

People who live within 30 km of the Dappes car park must provide proof of address. Authorities recommend doing a negative PCR test that is less than 72 hours old. Otherwise, 'the Prefect of the Jura may prescribe quarantine or isolated accommodation'. For Swiss people who are more than 30 km away, this negative PCR test of less than 72 hours is essential from the age of 11.

It should also be noted that parking outside the Dappes parking lot, especially on the D1005, is prohibited. 'Criminals run the risk of fines and seizures and could jeopardize the ski areas opening permits,' Jura sur Léman emphasizes.