We have tested for you - From Grenoble to Méaudre, skiing time
Posted by Céline BAUDIN (celine.baudin) on 01/08/2018 at 14:04
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End of the week, the weather seems pretty great for the weekend. Why don’t we go skiing for a couple of hours with family? Since December, The tourist agency of Grenoble has just come up with sales of ski pass to go to several ski resorts from Isere.
My day of work just ended, I decided to go downstairs from my tourist agency’s office (indeed, I work here too!), and I asked information to my colleagues. Simple and easy, I bought 4 ski pass for Alpine skis to go skiing tomorrow on Méaudre ski’s pistes, in Vercors. I’m sure, tomorrow is going to be a good day!
Finally, we’re getting closer to the ski lift, with our ski pass in the left sleeve of our ski jackets, we put our skis on and get up on the chairlift; watching all these people doing the queue since already 15 minutes. Annoyed, they are staring at the first skiers of the day!
So yes, definitely; buying your ski pass before is an incredible idea for family, friends, or couples to spend a relaxing day in ski pistes rather than at the checkout of a ski lift!
Don’t hesitate to come and try it yourself and buy your ski pass on the following link: venez acheter vos forfaits à l’Office de Tourisme de Grenoble ! Ski pass for six different ski resorts are available: Le Sappey-en-Chartreuse, Le Col de Porte, L’Alpe du Grand Serre, Les 7 Laux, Autrans-Méaudre and Chamrousse. Moreover, it is really easy to go in skiing areas from Grenoble with public transportations.