Price 705 Euros (6 persons)
(Supplement for 5 or 4 people, 185 Euros per person)
Winter adventure in the Canada of Europe.
This traverse is an ejoying winter adventure with snowshoes or cross skis with pulka in a natural wild environment like you’re in Lapland.
On this trip we cross the Vercors plateau from south to north, from Valle Combeau to Corrençon-en-Vercors in 4 days with a total of approx. 50 km. It is a fantastic opportunity for those who want to enter in the “Arctic” world. During the voyage we will sleep in cabins or shelter tents.
Vercors Natural Park
The Vercors is a limestone massif located in France, near Grenoble, in the Rhone-Alpes region, whose highest point is 2,341 m. Its orography is varied. It forms a plateau that rises above the plain suddenly without transition.
From 200 meters of altitude of Royans bed to 2341 meters of the Grand Veymont, all levels of alpine life are represented here. Besides, there is a transition location between the Northern and Southern Alps. All this gives an exceptional vegetable wealth to the massif (over 1,800 species) and exciting wildlife, dominated by some spectacular species such as ibex, chamois, grouse, large raptors and even mouflon.
|Point of Departure / Arrival:||Grenoble, France|
|Check Out:||Not available|
If to adventure is something you love, then this trip will thrill.
|Location||PN Vercors, Rhone Alps, France|
|Calendar||January 7 to March 6, 2016|
(Breakfast, picnic and dinner)
(Breakfast, picnic and dinner).
(Breakfast, picnic, dinner).
We descend the famous canyon des Erges to reach areas of meadow covered with snow. In a land of adventure going up and down, through the Nordic skiing tracks we come to our final point, the parking of shelter Hauts-Plateaux to 1.153 metres of altitude. Transfer to Grenoble or departure to Barcelona.
* The guide can adapt the activities according to current conditions demand.
* No one can guarantee the conditions of snow or ice; if snow or ice conditions do not allow some activities, some alternatives will be offered.