La Norma has 17 ski lifts serving 60 kilometres of ski runs on the slopes below the Point de La Norma at 2917 metres. It also has a really massive drop of 1400 metres giving some very long runs back into the village. The resort provides varied skiing for all abilities with high open pistes giving fantastic views across to the glaciers of Val Thorens and delightful lower runs through forest clearings above
From the mid stations, a series of chair and drag lifts continue up the mountain to the high points of 2500 and 2750 metres. This area is mostly above the tree line and has a good selection of long blue and red pistes and a number of steeper black runs. There are also large areas of off piste skiing with some interesting descents through the lower forests!
Rising directly in front of the resort, a new chair lift and a telecabine take skiers up to the mid stations at 1800 - 2000 metres. From here there are some long, intermediate runs that descend through lovely forested scenery back to La Norma. Alternatively, a much steeper, red run can be taken that drops directly down to the resort beneath the chair lift. Further red and blue reuns are served by the Carrelet, Clot and Arlette chair lifts above 2000 metres.
The nursery slopes are situated immediately in front of the village. This area is extensive, gently sloping and served by two drag lifts. Another longer, drag lift allows progression onto slightly more difficult ski runs. From the top of the Melezet cable car, first-time skiers can return to the village via a long and meandering green run which descends through the trees.
Large areas of off-piste.
Apres ski facilities include speciality meals in the Savoy, toboganning on the nursery slopes, a cinema, games room, mountain meals, snow shoeing and heliskiing.