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Briancon - Serre Chevalier Vallée Briançon

Hautes-Alpes, France

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Briancon ski resort sits at the most southern point of the Serre Chevalier Vallée. Briançon ski resort is the largest town across the ski resort and easiest to get to from Italy as it is located on the N94 road which crosses the border through Montgenevre in to the Italian Alps. Another advantage of going to Briancon for a ski holiday is its wider accommodation offering compared to the other smaller villages along the ski resort. However, whilst offering a large range of accommodation, the local lift network and pistes here are arguably the least convenient across the ski network as it is slight bottle neck. There is only one ski lift - Porel 1 - which is a reasonably slow gondola and during peak skiing season it can become very busy. Also, there is only one red ski run back down to the town. However, ski buses run between the skiing towns and villages in across the resort.

Size: Large

250km

Resort Altitude: Low

1200m

Ski Range

2800m
1200m

Pistes Available

82

5293810

Lifts

59

32 drags
20 chairs
7 cabins
Opens 14.12.2020 to 19.04.2021

Available Activities

SkiBoardSkatingHikingCross CountryNordic

Number of Snow Parks

4

Transfer Information

Grenoble

157km

Av. Transfer time

3hr

Chambery

181km

Av. Transfer time

3hr

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Briancon ski resort sits at the most southern point of the Serre Chevalier Vallée. Briançon ski resort is the largest town across the ski resort and easiest to get to from Italy as it is located on the N94 road which crosses the border through Montgenevre in to the Italian Alps. Another advantage of going to Briancon for a ski holiday is its wider accommodation offering compared to the other smaller villages along the ski resort. However, whilst offering a large range of accommodation, the local lift network and pistes here are arguably the least convenient across the ski network as it is slight bottle neck. There is only one ski lift - Porel 1 - which is a reasonably slow gondola and during peak skiing season it can become very busy. Also, there is only one red ski run back down to the town. However, ski buses run between the skiing towns and villages in across the resort.