Arthur Raymond establishes the Pente des Pays d’en Haut, now known as the Glissades des Pays d’en Haut. When it started, the company offered tobogganing on two runs with one rope tow. There were about ten employees with a cafeteria for clients.
Start of evening tobogganing on illuminated tracks.
Arthur Raymond passes the company on to his two sons: Constant and Mercier.
Tobogganing, too rigid and difficult to control, is replaced by tubing.
First runs with curves which quickly become the specialty of the company thanks to state-of-the-art technology. A secret well kept even today!
Installation of an artificial snow system.
Construction of the main pavilion.