First of all, it is one of the oldest, so it couldn’t have a richer history. In 1966, on this very run in the World Cup, the average downhill speed exceeded 100 kilometres an hour for the first time, at some points reaching 140 kilometres an hour! Predominantly a forest run, it is north facing (which guarantees quality snow all day long), and offers magnificent views over the valley. Ski in the tracks of legends.
Named in tribute to Jean Blanc, a former French national team champion and pioneer in Courchevel’s epic story, this black run is legendary.