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Serre-Chevalier

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Panoramic visual Serre-Chevalier

What to do Serre-Chevalier

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Ski area information

One of the largest ski resort in Europe; Serre Chevalier vallée : A vast and bustling region, a domain of another dimension, an immense playground, a broad sun-kissed valley

Alti-Fitness resort
Alti-Fitness resort

Resort providing both winter sports activities and spa and/or hot spring facilities.

Large ski area
Large ski area

A resort accessing a large interlinked ski area with a common area pass.

Resort Serre-Chevalier

Snow Report

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Last snowfall 05 March 2020

Opening times
from N.C to N.C

Opening hours of the ski lifts
of 09h00 at 16h40

Back to the resort by ski
All sectors of the station are covered.

Slopes

136.6km

of slopes in the resort

Linked domain: SERRE CHEVALIER
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Total of the slopes 0/81

Green slopes 0/13

Blue slopes 0/26

Red slopes 0/29

Black slopes 0/13

Activities

Nordic skiing (33km)
Skating (13)

Number of snowparks

Walking paths (0km)

Snowshoe paths (0km)

Sledding paths (0km)

Toboggan slopes >1km (1)

Beginners' or children's skiing area

Leisure area

Nordic skiing (33km)
Skating (13)

Number of snowparks

Walking paths (0km)

Snowshoe paths (0km)

Sledding paths (0km)

Toboggan slopes >1km (1)

Beginners' or children's skiing area

Leisure area

Last update on 05/06/2020 at 04:50

Getting there

Address

05240 SERRE CHEVALIER – Alpes du Sud
Office de Tourisme
B.P.20
05240 - SERRE CHEVALIER
Tel : 04 92 24 98 98

View SERRE CHEVALIER on a map

Coach station

Briançon : 6 km
Oulx (Italie) : 30 km
Grenoble : 100 km

Airport

Lyon-Saint Exupéry : 160 km
Turin : 110 km
Grenoble Saint-Geoirs : 120 km

Train station

Grenoble : 100 km
Oulx (Italie) : 30 km
Briançon : 6 km

Cities nearby

Marseille : 250 km
Paris : 670 km
Lyon : 180 km

Activities and events

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  • Indoor swimming pool

    Indoor swimming pool

    If you enjoy swimming, why not head down to the public pool? This covered area offers a 25-metre pool, ideally located at the foot of the slopes. Ideal for anyone wanting to take a dip after a day's skiing, whether in a spirit of relaxation or sporting endeavour. And of course, children will be delighted at the idea of ??going for a paddle.

  • Organic swimming in Chantemerle

    Organic swimming in Chantemerle

    Organic swimming in Chantemerle is an innovative concept that allows us to develop an aquatic area while respecting the ecological environment. It is fed by a bore-hole made in the water table of the Guisane. The filtration basin, a true purifying system, consists of a garden of plants and pozzolanic ash.
    Bathers thus feel that this bathing area of fresh water, perfectly integrated into the surrounding nature, gives them an ideal point for observing the surrounding landscapes.

  • The ski slopes in Serre-Chevalier

    The ski slopes in Serre-Chevalier

    Serre Chevalier is one of the largest skiable areas in Europe, with 250 kilometres of pistes, at altitudes ranging from 1200 to 2800 metres. It has pistes for all levels, from beginner to expert! The skiable area extends over 6 towns from Briançon to Monêtier les Bains.

    In the large valley opening to the south of Serre Chevalier, from the hills of Lautaret and Briançon, several villages and hamlets lie tucked into the mountainside, ranging from the very traditional and authentic to the more modern and comfortable.
    At the foot of the beautiful mountains of the Parc national des Ecrins, Serre Chevalier

  • Les Grands Bains

    Les Grands Bains

    Les Grand Bains offers a 300 sqm outdoor pool with spill-over, which is open all year round, and equipped with a wide variety of water features and effects: fountain jets, lazy river, relaxation areas and spa bath.
    The 300 sqm-plus indoor pool is supplied with naturally heated warm water and boasts a jacuzzi, an underwater massage circuit, spa baths, underwater shower columns, micro-bubble zones and spouts....
    _x000D_ Around the indoor pool, you will find a trilogy of features typical of Roman baths (frigidarium, tepidarium, caldarium) as well as a steam room, musical grotto and mister.
    The establishment also offers a solarium, and a health and beauty institute.

  • Cité Vauban de Briançon

    Cité Vauban de Briançon

    In 1624 and 1692, two fires ravaged Briançon. Almost completely destroyed, the city was rebuilt within the walls of an enclosure designed by Vauban.

    Briançon's
    Cité Vauban
    features the Pinerolo Gate and a lift drawbridge. The battlements afford beautiful views of Briançon, its surroundings and the Alps. The city possesses a wealth of architectural heritage, like the Notre-Dame and Saint-Nicolas collegials, built between 1703 and 1726, featuring a sundial from the Cordeliers Convent and the Chapelle des Pénitents (Chapel of the Penitents).

    It is pleasant to stroll through Cité Vauban's lively medieval streets lined with lots of shops, restaurants, craft specialists and souvenir shops.

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