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Serre Chevalier

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Enjoy snow sports in France, near Saint-Chaffrey. You have to ski on 250km slopes. You can use 62db lifts.

Height: 1200m - 2800m, difference: 1600m
Slopes: • 57km • 81km  • 80km  • 32km
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6db 22db 0db 31db
Weather forecast today tomorrow day after tomorrow
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1°C, 2°C 3°C, 4°C 3°C, 5°C
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-14°C, 2°C -12°C, 2°C -12°C, 2°C
snow: 0cm 0cm 0cm
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temperature 1°C, 2°C 3°C, 4°C 3°C, 5°C 1°C, 3°C -1°C, 2°C -3°C, -1°C -5°C, -3°C
valley:morning
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temperature -14°C, 2°C -12°C, 2°C -12°C, 2°C -9°C, 1°C -15°C, 2°C -16°C, 2°C -13°C, 1°C

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Tulajdonság
height difference (m):1600m
top (m):2800m
blue slopes (km):81km
black slopes (km):32km
freeride slopes (km):-
chairlifts (p):22db
J-bar lift (p):31db
country:France
city:Saint-Chaffrey
GPS:Sz: 44.9333333 H: 6.5833333
ski-running:Igen
halfpipe:Nem
ski resort:na
number of snowmaking:68db
1 day adult ticket:47EUR
6 day adult ticket:238EUR
description 2:"Serre Che", as it's known to its friends, is one of the most southerly of France, Europe and the Alp's big ski areas. Located close to the Italian border, Serre Chevalier also boasts more than 300 days of sunshine a year. Although that statistic may make some snow lovers nervous, it's north facing slopes, reaching high with a big proportion above the tree line, together with extensive snow making capabilities (more than 490 guns covering more than 145 hectares of trails on lower slopes, make the resort relatively snow sure. Serre Chevalier is made up of no less than thirteen villages (three main ones); its base is spread out for 6km (4 miles) along the Guisane Valley floor from the old town of Briançon, Europe's highest and the location of France's first ski school in 1902, up to the Col du Lautaret. The resort has tried hard to avoid the 'concrete-monolith-mentality' of some of the other big French resorts, and there is a good proportion of traditional buildings and authentic architecture in the villages, despite Serre Chevalier's success and inevitable growth. Its name comes from the old Provencal word 'cambell' which meant 'flock of sheep' and was given because flocks from nearby Provencal were brought up to Serre ("little mountain") in the summer. The area's historical association with the Borel nobility is also present today as their coat-of-arms, emblazoned with an eagle, is used by the resort, and the eagles can still be seen on occasion. Over recent seasons the resort has received world wide publicity thanks to its famous son, world champion downhiller (from 1995 to '97) Luc Alphand, who wore his Serre Chevalier headband in competition all over the globe and his friendly face now smiles out at you from all of Serre Chevalier's promotional material. Mr Alphand is known locally as 'Lucho'. The geography of the place is slightly complicated and probably not worth getting too involved with, however you can access the north facing larch-lined slopes above the resort's many villages first of all from Briançon itself, which was lift-linked in to Serre Che as recently as 1989 by a 6 seater gondola. At that time it was dubbed 'Serre Chevalier 1200' and was sort of absorbed into the overall marketing effort, but it now seems to have gone its own way a little in that department. The next 'community' as you move up the valley is that of Saint-Chaffrery, known as Serre Chevalier 1350, with two hamlets of which the best known is Chantemerle. Next up is La Salle les Alpes, dubbed Serre Chevalier 1400, which contains five villages, the best known being Villeneuve which has the most facilities and attractions of any of the villages in the valley. Finally Monetier les Bains, or Serre Chevalier 1500, with the other six villages, the largest Monetier itself.
Keywords:Briançon, Chantemerle, Villeneuve, Monetier les Bains, Serre Chevalier, Serre Che, Hautes - Alpes, La Guisane, Saint Chaffrey, La Salle les Alpes, Monetier les Bains, Briançon
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Tulajdonság
valley (m):1200m
ski slopes (km):250km
red slopes (km):80km
freeride:Igen
ski lifts (p):62db
T-bar lift (p):0db
continent:Europe
region:Hautes - Alpes
gondola lift (p):6db
web:www.serre-chevalier.com
funpark:Igen
night skiing:Igen
green slopes lenght:57km
1 day children ticket:38EUR
6 day children ticket:191EUR
description:"Serre Che" is made up of thirteen villages (three main ones) spread out for 6km along the Guisane Valley floor from Briancon. The north facing larch-lined slopes above (most over 2000m ) are lift linked all the way from the town.
Heliskiing:Nem
mountain:Southern Alps
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