Ski rental Briançon
Linked to the famous Serre-Chevalier ski area by the Proel cable car, Briançon is a friendly resort offering many possibilities for holidaymakers. You can ski on the French-Italian border (12km away) at the Montgenèvre ski resort, which boasts incredible views of the Durance valley during exceptional snow conditions. Visitors appreciate the diversity, dynamism and warming atmosphere of the resort. Just 5 hours from Paris, Briançon is a paradise for lovers of sports and expansive, open spaces. Serre-Chevalier will open its doors between December and April this season.
Ski area focus
Briançon is linked to the Serre-Chevalier ski area thanks to the ski lifts and bus shuttles. This considerable advantage provides access to some 250km of slopes, with a range in altitude in the area of 1600m. Snow cannons guarantee snow cover as well as the option to ski-in and ski-out of the resort. Whatever your level and areas for improvement, the Domaine de Serre-Chevalier undeniably meets all expectations. Beginners and snowboard enthusiasts will enjoy the variety of available runs, including 17 greens, 30 blues, 35 reds and 15 blacks served by 62 ski lifts. It is a modern ski field accepting of all new practices - let your creativity flow! You'll find a fun space within the resort's snowpark (beginner to expert), and a VideoZone for filming short distance slalom runs (you can then see yourself on the giant screen and share the video on social networks). There's also an easy BoarderCross course, a MeleZone (freestyle in the heart of a difficult forest level) and even an easy FunnyCross course. The Nordic area is home to 40km of cross-country ski trails and 20km of snowshoe trails. Picnic areas and Wi-fi zones are spread out across the ski area for everyone to enjoy.
There are many activities for non-skiers in Briançon. The Serre-Chevalier area houses a swimming pool, fitness center, bowling alley, laser tag facility, ice rink and sports complex as well as many other recreational pursuits. Discover more about the region by visiting some of the many exceptional sites of the Hautes-Alpes. Taste the local gastronomy, participate in the animated walks around the city walls city and stroll to the cascades of ice. Briançon is full of surprises. This year, a number of rallies and a jazz festival will take place in Briançon and Serre-Chevalier.