Welcome to Serre Chevalier, one of our favourite ski resorts for students in France. With its extensive skiing opportunities and picturesque views, we know your students will love their time here. Serre Chevalier's slopes are an excellent choice for your next school trip.




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About Serre Chevalier

Between 1,350 and 2,830 metres in the Hautes-Alpes region, you'll find the incredible Serre Chevalier – one of the largest ski areas in the Southern Alps. 

The resort covers the north face of the Prorel and Cucumelle Mountains, offering more than 250 kilometres of pistes which tower over four characteristic villages. As 80% of the resort's pistes rise above 2000 metres, this resort remains perfect for skiing from the  start to the very end of the winter season.

Whether this will be your students' first ski experience, or they are returning to the mountains to hone their skills, they'll find plenty of fun and challenging options on a ski trip to Serre Chevalier. As part of your visit, your group can also enjoy a variety of fun après- ski activities across the four historic towns of the Guisane Valley.





Getting There

A map showing the airport options to reach Serre Chevalier
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Serre Chevalier is located in the Hautes-Alpes area of the Southern French Alps, close to the border with Italy. 



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Reaching the resort is easy via transfers from either Turin or Grenoble airport.  From Turin (Italy), transfers to Serre Chevalier take around 2 - 2.5 hours. Transfers from Grenoble to Serre Chevalier are about  2.5 - 3 hours. 


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Travelling by coach can be the preferred option for keeping costs down, it is also useful if you want to use the coach throughout your stay. The coach journey takes around 15 hours from Calais.






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