Location within Pyrenees
|Location||Gouaux-de-Larboust (Haute-Garonne), Germ (Hautes-Pyrénées)|
|Nearest major city||Bagnères-de-Luchon|
|Top elevation||2,240 m (7,349 ft)|
|Base elevation||1,590 m (5,217 ft)|
|Longest run||5 km (3.1 mi) La vallée blanche|
|Lift system||17 lifts|
|Snowmaking||230 snow cannons|
The resort was created in 1988, when the Peyresourde and Agudes resorts were joined together.
The resort is located on 2 sides of the same mountain, connected thru several lifts, so there is always a sunny part all day long. It encompasses 51 slopes :
18 ski lift
A major part of the resort is equipped with 230 snow-guns, ensuring enough snow whatever the weather conditions.
It is a place where beginners can easily learn how to ski, with slopes dedicated to children, Ski lift and chairlift for beginners. There are "eggs" (bumps close to each others), two spaces dedicated to freestyle skiing (terrain park), a "Fun Cross" slope" equipped with a "ski movie" system, a boardercross, where contests are being organized, 5 N'PY MOOV zones…
Skyvall is a new 30m € gondola linking Loudenvielle in the Vallee du Louron to the mountain village at Peyragudes - opening July 2019. With 32 cabins for 10 people, the 3km lift will ascend 650m and will make it simpler for holidaymakers staying in Loudenvielle, but also for those staying at Peyresourde to enjoy everything on offer in the valley, including the cinema, Balnea spa... 
In 2012, Peyragudes was the finish of Stage 17 of the Tour de France. The summit of the climb for the purposes of the King of the Mountains was 1,000 m. before the end of the stage, at a height of 1,603 m (5,259 ft). First over the summit was Alejandro Valverde, who went on to win the stage, with Chris Froome and Bradley Wiggins 19 seconds behind. Romain Bardet won the stage in the 2017 Tour, while Aru took the yellow jersey from Chris Froome.
|Year||Stage||Start of stage||Category||Stage winner||Yellow jersey|
|2017||12||Pau||2||Romain Bardet (FRA)||Fabio Aru (ITA)|
|2012||17||Bagnères-de-Luchon||1||Alejandro Valverde (ESP)||Bradley Wiggins (GBR)|