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Vallée de la Blanche - Serre-Ponçon

Cradled in the Geoparc de Haute-Provence, south of the Lac de Serre-Ponçon and near the Massif des Monges, explore a genuine wilderness that is influenced by the Alps and the Mediterranean.

Village resorts

Chabanon – Selonnet

Nestled at the heart of the Southern Alps, Chabanon is surrounded by sublime landscapes and forests. The resort has 40 km of Alpine ski slopes, which will delight those who love wide-open natural spaces and boundless escape. With its high-quality snow thanks to its exposure, you’ll find activities for all ages, young and old, whether you’re a beginner or an experienced practitioner. Hike and stroll to the heart of a huge pine forest or along the ridges to find a breathtaking, 360° view of the Massif des Monges and the Écrins chain. That vast pine forest also happens to be criss-crossed by 25 km of Nordic ski slopes, many snowshoe trails, and an area with a sledding hill that is dedicated to children. During the school holidays, the resort is open until 9 p.m. on Mondays and Thursdays, as well as Saturdays throughout the season.

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A typical little mountain village, the Montclar ski resort offers more than 55 km of Alpine skiing. Tracing both sides of the Dormillouse mountain, its slopes offer skiers a real « snow guarantee, » benefiting from both its double exposure and ideal altitude. Montclar also meets the demands of non-skiers with a great sledding hill in the centre of the resort, a skating rink, pedestrian-marked footpaths that leave from the resort, organised snowshoe hikes, and pedestrian ski-lift access with a view of the Lac de Serre-Ponçon. Plus, Montclar also boasts three high-altitude restaurants. It is the resort for foodies with three registered as “maîtres restaurateurs” (master restaurants.)

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Le Grand Puy

Utterly authentic, Le Grand Puy is the oldest resort in the Vallée de la Blanche. Offering a magnificent panoramic viewpoint on the landscapes of l’Aiguillette, Rocheclose, and Les Têtes, the resort has 22 km of superbly exposed Alpine ski runs. The resort also has an area that is completely dedicated to beginner skiers. The ultimate family resort, Le Grand Puy is a real paradise for children.

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Le Fanget

Le Fanget is linked to the Alpine ski resort of Le Grand Puy by a magnificent 10 km red trail that crosses the Forêt de Fissac, and the Chabanon resort by an 8 km black trail. This beautiful Nordic site offers 33 km of trails (of a minimum of 3.6 m in width for alternative style cross-country skiing or skate-style skiing) as well as 40 km of marked snowshoe trails. Ideal for kids, the resort has a learning area just for children.

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