Serre Chevalier

Serre Chevalier is a major ski resort in southeastern France, in the Hautes-Alpes department of the Alps. Near the Parc National des Ecrins, it enjoys a large skiing area, with 250 km of slopes and favourable weather, boasting 300 days of sunshine a year. In Serre Chevalier, 80 km of the slopes are covered by snow cannons to supplement natural snowfall. It is owned by Compagnie des Alpes.
Serre Chevalier consists of the town of Briançon, with the villages of Chantemerle, Villeneuve, and Le Monêtier-les-Bains. World Cup champion ski racer Luc Alphand was born and lives in the valley below the resort.
   The maximum elevation for skiing is at Telesiege Yret at 2,800 m above sea level, and the minimum is 1,200 m , a total vertical drop of 1,600 m. One of the outstanding features of Serre Chevalier is the wooded nature of the slopes. The timber line is at 2,150 m , yielding about 700 m of vertical drop of tree-lined slopes. The slopes are managed by the CDA, and there are 62 lifts: 2 Cable Cars, 5 Gondola Lifts. There are 21 Chairlifts in total, 10 High-Speed Detachable Chairlifts and 11 Fixed-grip chairlifts. There are 28 Surface Lifts, 3 Ski tows and 3 Magic carpet lifts. A new 8 passengers gondola is being built during the summer giving access to Serre Ratier Plateau within 5 minutes.
   The nearest airports to Serre Chevalier are Turin in Italy and Grenoble in France. These are served by some of the UK's budget airlines such as EasyJet and Ryanair, providing easy access from many European cities.

The most convenient way is to get private transfers from Grenoble to Serre Chevalier, transfers from Lyon to Serre Chevalier, transfers from Chambery to Serre Chevalier, or transfers from Geneva to Serre Chevalier

We offer transfers from Geneva, Lyon, Chambery and Grenoble to Serre Chevalier.