Snowshoeing & winter walks
Located on a mid-mountain plateau in the heart of the Vercors Regional Nature Park, the Autrans-Méaudre resort awaits you for snowshoe outings of all levels in an exceptional natural setting (130 km). The circuits have been redesigned in line with the latest AFNOR snowshoeing standard, and a single map showing all the trails is available from tourist offices, while signage has been revised and completely harmonized.
PDF SNOWSHOEING 2021/2022
Snowshoeing chairlift information
The SANITARY PASS is mandatory on all lifts
La Quoi chairlift at Autrans-La Sure: ascents only between 9 and 10 a.m., no chairlift descents. Take itinerary N°10 on the map to go back down (good physical condition).
Gonçon chairlift at Méaudre: currently round trip only, descent only by chairlift.
Discovering unspoilt nature
Thanks to its relief, the Vercors allows you to hike between plains and forests in complete safety, thanks to the signposts installed on the ground. The ViaVercors, for example, allows you to reach both villages via typical hamlets without any difficulty.
Map of snowshoe trails available from tourist offices and at trailheads (Foyer de fond de Méaudre and Centre nordique d'Autrans, price €3).
The La Quoi chairlift in Autrans is only accessible to pedestrians on the way up from 9am to 10am, and is reserved for skiers. The way down is via a signposted trail, the Pichières path. The Gonçon chairlift in Méaudre is open to cross-country skiers and pedestrians at all times. Please note that both chairlifts are closed to downhill skiing.
Professional mountain guides offer off-piste snowshoeing and hiking tours to discover the natural environment and heritage of the Vercors.