The Doubs region is located in western France and is directly adjacent to Switzerland. It is dominated by the Jura and is home to the ski areas Val de Morteua, Charquemont and Metabief-Mont d’Or. The ski area Metabief-Mont d’Or, connected by 22 ski lifts, offers 40 kilometers of slopes, which offer a wide range of winter sports facilities. The six places Rochejean, Les Hopitauz-Vieux, Longevilles Mont d'Or, Jougne, Les Hopitaux-Neufs and Métabief provide access to the 37 kilometers of slopes of the ski area Métabief. On the banks of the river Doubs is Villers-le-Lac which is known for its big waterfall. Here in the village of Le Chauffaud the famous cross-country trail Grand Traversee du Jura starts, which leads through the Jura mountain range on 200 km of trails. Other ski areas, such as Val de Morteau and Charquemont in Doubs are perfectly suited for families and beginners who appreciate the gentle and wide slopes. For those who prefer something more spectacular, the fun parks in Fourgs and Métabief are the ideal spots. Beyond the slopes you will find winter sports activities for the whole family. Snow tubing, ice skating, tobogganing and winter hiking, but also high-performance sports such as ski touring and biathlon can be practiced here.