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Serre Chevalier - Serre Chevalier Vallée Briançon

Hautes-Alpes, France

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Serre Chevalier ski resort, located near Le Bez, is arguably the centre of the skiing domain due to its range of ski runs down to it from the mountain. It is a good base for skiing beginners and there are many cafes to relax in. It is probably the prettiest area across the valley, which is connected by one main road and tends to get very busy around rush hour. There is a fast chairlift called "Casse du Boeuf" that runs up the mountain to the centre of the pistes, from here you can reach most of the ski resort fairly easily as well as the Alpage Snow Park. From here, there is an excellent alpine black ski run which cuts quickly through the trees down back down to Serre Chevalier and is often quiet in the middle of the day as other skiers are further up the mountain. At the top of the mountain, panoramic views of the next valley give a great sense of alpine skiing. For beginners, there is a wide, accessible ski area at the foot of the Serre Chevalier slopes with a small tow rope and an area for children to learn safely. As mentioned, there are plenty of sunny cafes for families to relax in around this area too. Whilst the ski area itself can get busy at weekends. normally during the week it is a charming and quiet ski resort with parking available near the slopes.

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

SkiBoardHikingCross CountryNordic

Number of Snow Parks

4

Transfer Information

Grenoble

157km

Av. Transfer time

3hr

Chambery

181km

Av. Transfer time

3hr

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Serre Chevalier ski resort, located near Le Bez, is arguably the centre of the skiing domain due to its range of ski runs down to it from the mountain. It is a good base for skiing beginners and there are many cafes to relax in. It is probably the prettiest area across the valley, which is connected by one main road and tends to get very busy around rush hour. There is a fast chairlift called "Casse du Boeuf" that runs up the mountain to the centre of the pistes, from here you can reach most of the ski resort fairly easily as well as the Alpage Snow Park. From here, there is an excellent alpine black ski run which cuts quickly through the trees down back down to Serre Chevalier and is often quiet in the middle of the day as other skiers are further up the mountain. At the top of the mountain, panoramic views of the next valley give a great sense of alpine skiing. For beginners, there is a wide, accessible ski area at the foot of the Serre Chevalier slopes with a small tow rope and an area for children to learn safely. As mentioned, there are plenty of sunny cafes for families to relax in around this area too. Whilst the ski area itself can get busy at weekends. normally during the week it is a charming and quiet ski resort with parking available near the slopes.