Go and explore the cities, villages and resorts around La Grave. Between the Oisans massif and the Briançonnais valley, there are plenty of things to do and discover!
With great natural areas, wild animals and mountain lakes within easy reach take this opportunity to try out different summer and winter activities
Welcome to the Upper Valleys - La Grave, La Clarée and l'Izoard - your future winter or summer destination in the Briançonnais Valley in Hautes-Alpes. La Grave, La Clarée and l'Izoard are three protected and untamed territories around Briançon city. From different summits, glaciers, mountain lakes, mythical passes to shimering forests; the Upper Valleys awaits with several places motivating interests towards contemplation and exploration.
That you are either freeride or nordic ski lover, or an enthusiastic hiker, cyclist or ficherman you will definitely find what you are looking for. Whether you are coming on your own or with friends and family, the three territories garantee you a holiday you will never forget.
The Briançonnais Valley represents thirteen municipalities with each of them their own identity and cultural heritage.
The River Clarée, Durance and Guisane have moulded the landscape around Briançon offering fertile and refreshing valleys. Do not wait anymore longer to discover the treasures of this natural and cultural heritage.
In between Isère, Savoie and Hautes-Alpes, the Oisans Massif is composed of 22 villages and resorts. Due to their location, size and reputation the resorts are quite unique in the world. Therefore, we can find, here, internationally well-known resorts such as l'Alpe d'Huez or Les 2 Alpes, and its village resorts, where every possible winter activities can be experienced. In winter, enjoy the freedom of downhill skiing, snowboarding, cross country skiing and snowshoeing or try things you have never done before like backcountry skiing, alpinism and ice climbing. In summer, the Oisans massif offers wonderful hikes, mountaineering itineraries, rock climbing crags and trail running areas.