Megève ice rink

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The Megève ice rink, the meeting place for skating, hockey and curling enthusiasts!

Megève Olympic ice rink

At 247 route du Palais des Sports, the Megève Olympic ice rink is open all year round. The general public admission price varies from 5.50 to 9 euros for adults, and from 4.20 to 7.70 euros for children. Access to the ice rink is free for children under 5 years old. Sliding aid modules are rented at a price of 3.50 euros. Many activities are organized by the ice rink, such as the sliding gardens for the youngest, or the discovery sessions of the Canadian hobby of Broomball. A track is also dedicated to the practice of curling: registration is possible from 3 people, at the price of 30 euros per participant. The Olympic ice rink finally receives the matches and training of the Megève Hockey club, also called the Boucs de Megève since 1933. With the Aigles de Saint-Gervais, since 2004 they have formed the team of the Yetis du Mont-Blanc: the team performs on the ice during high level national meetings. Tickets to attend matches are priced at 6 euros for children from 6 years old and 10 euros for adults.

The open-air ice rink

Place de la Resistance also awaits you in Megève an outdoor skating rink of 1600 m2, open only in winter, on days when weather conditions allow it: free for children under 5 years old, access is priced at 7.70 euros for children from 5 to 14 years old and 9 euros for adults. Skate rental is included in the price. Sliding aid modules can be rented for 3.50 euros to learn in complete safety. Free activities are organized during the school holidays around the discovery of ice hockey. They are aimed particularly at children aged 6 to 9 and take place on Tuesday evenings. A dedicated track also allows you to learn about Eisstock, an ice sport typical of Alpine countries, especially practiced in Austria and Germany. It is played on the principle of pétanque. The price for a session is 20 euros per person. The ice rink can be privatized for 156 euros.

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