About Serre Chevalier
Serre Chevalier is one of the biggest ski resorts in Europe. Serre Chevalier covers 250 kilometres of pistes, at altitudes of between 1200 and 2800 metres, for everyone from beginners to expert skiers!
Serre Chevalier is a long south-facing valley between the Col du Lautaret and Briançon with several villages and hamlets dotted along the way, ranging from the ultra modern to the most traditional.
Serre Chevalier is in France`s Hautes-Alpes department, part of the PACA or Provence-Alpes-Côte d`Azur region. The Hautes-Alpes is France`s only department in the alpine chain situated entirely in the mountains, making it the highest department in the Alps.
With 250 km of runs, Serre Chevalier is one of the Alps` biggest ski areas.
The resort, comprising of 13 villages, is spread over 4 areas: Briancon, Chantemerle, Villeneuve la Salle and le Monêtier les Bains. It is also at the gates of the Ecrins National Park. Great skiing in an mountain atmosphere, peaceful skiing in larch woods, family skiing in specially designed areas… There`s something for everyone in Serre Chevalier!
115 pistes ranging from the most gentle to the most exhilarating… 250 km of pleasure with 300 days of sunshine per year!
Alpine Pistes: 250 km
Resort Altitude: 1.400 meter
Skiing Altitude: 2.800 meter
Listed below are all the links you need, to book your holiday directly:
- View Pistemap
- View Webcam
- Click here for Ski Rental
- Click here for Ski School
- Click here for Ski Passes
Where to stay
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