Nordic sites & prices

Nordic skiing involves a great diversity of skills and techniques and is becoming more and more popular every year. This sports activity is a chance to recharge your batteries, to listen to your body and to nature, and to really reconnect with yourself.

Whichever technique you choose (alternative or skating), cross-country skiing is a sporty and revitalising activity where you’ll be crossing the beautiful, peaceful mountains, in a quiet and calming atmosphere. Everyone goes at their own pace.

The ESF instructors at the Autrans-Méaudre-en-Vercors resort are on-hand to teach you the basics or help you improve your technique. At every Nordic site, you’ll find all the services you need to ensure your Nordic experience is a unique one and that you can make the most of it.
To purchase or top-up your pass:
For any questions about prices:
Nordic prices 2022-23

Map of the slopes
18 snow canons at the Gève site in Autrans, for 5 km of snow-covered slopes from the very start of the winter season.

Departures from the centre of the villages with gentle slopes for skating and fun slopes for the classic technique, thanks to the double markings in particular.

The ‘Ludiparks’ are maintained daily and can be found at the departure points of the slopes, so people of all ages can get started on discovering the joys of Nordic skiing.

High and low-altitude connecting routes between Autrans and Méaudre so you can keep your skis on.
A panoramic slope over the ridges of La Molière can be accessed using the Quoi chairlift (a fee applies) or via the Gève - La Molière route (12 km) for a magnificent panoramic view across the Alps.

There are shuttle services to get to the high-altitude ski areas of Narces (Méaudre) and Gève (Autrans).

You can use the Gonçon chairlift in Méaudre free-of-charge with your cross-country ski pass, to ski along the ‘Route des Feuilles’ or to reach the Narces Nordic ski area.