For those who prefer to take things slowly, rather than speeding down a slope, snowshoeing is the best way to observe the flora and fauna in their natural winter environment. Try out this enjoyable sporting activity that takes you right back to the heart of nature.

Itineraries proposed at altitude in the Serre Chevalier ski area

  • Briançon area - Boucle du Col du Prorel
  • Briançon area - Boucle de Notre Dame des Neiges
  • Briançon area - Boucle de Pra Long
  • Serre Chevalier Briançon crossing > Chantemerle
  • Serre Chevalier Chantemerle crossing > Briançon
  • Chantemerle area - Les Eduits de Chantemerle
  • Chantemerle area - Le Sentier des Lutins
  • Villeneuve area - Boucle des Rochers
  • Monêtier area - Crête des Lauzières

A brochure of the snowshoeing routes is available at the Sales Information Point, at the Tourist Office and at the Serre Chevalier Tourism Office: don't hesitate to ask for it. You can also download it by clicking here.

Order you pedestrian pass online you or take advantage of the snowshoe outing + activities on the ski area packs:

Lift equipment authorised for pedestrian access

  • Level1 > Briançon : Prorel 1 gondola - Chantemerle : Ratier gondola - Villeneuve : Casse du Boeuf chairlift - Monêtier : Bachas chairlift
  • Level 2 > level access 1 + Briançon : Prorel 2 gondola -  Chantemerle : Serre Chevalier cable car.

A few recommendations

The snowshoeing trail is in the heart of the ski area. Please watch out for skiers close to the rail, and when the trail runs alongside a ski slope please keep to the edge of the slope and always check that no skiers are coming down before crossing.
Before leaving, make sure you check the weather forecast and please follow the following safety rules:

  • Stay on the signposted routes
  • Do not set out if there is a risk of heavy snow
  • If you are going alone, tell someone where you are going and make sure your cell phone is fully charged

Choose a route adapted to your level
There is no closing check of routes in the evening, all itineraries are taken at your own risk.


In winter the animals need to conserve all their energy, anything that scares them could end up being fatal to them. Please stay on marked routes to limit any disturbance to their habitat.
Look after our environment: take your trash home with you!