Ski Serre Chevalier and access over 250km of piste as well as the Grand Serre Ché. This resort is made up of 13 individual villages making it one of the largest skiing and snowboarding resorts in France with about 250km of ski area that you can access in under 2 hours.
Ski Serre Chevalier and you will look forward to 300 days of sunshine a year, so you can be guaranteed good sun on your ski holiday.With awe-inspiring scenery, some lovely architecture, and 230 runs totalling 250kms of piste, you are based in the Hautes Alpes region. Access is quickest via Turin in Italy, or any of the following French airports: Chambéry, Lyon or Grenoble.
On the slopes
Ski holidays in Serre Chevalier put you in the second largest ski area in the world thanks to the 13 villages the ski resort covers. Skiing goes up as high as 2,830m, so snow coverage is usually good as is the quality. Beginners and intermediates will find most to occupy them, with advanced skiers going off-piste to find the challenge they enjoy - hire a good guide to find the best spots. Snowboarders will also enjoy the off-piste challenges and some great intermediate runs with off-piste right next to your run.
The longest run here is a pretty good 8km and a good proportion of higher slopes are North facing meanig they are pretty much snowsure. The Serre Chevalier valley also offers a good bus shuttle service between all the lift departure points meaning you can get around easily off the slopes.
If you ski Serre Chevalier you are also in the ski region of Grande Galaxie .
Off the slopes
The Serre Chevalier area, as mentioned above, consists of 13 villages in France's Guisane Valley. This area has high mountains and villages packed with old stone buildings, narrow streets and village squares. The friendly Alpine atmosphere is reflected in the huge variety of restaurants and bars offering either traditional food or popular international favourites. Late night options abound, allowing you to party until the early hours.