Acces & mobility
Whether on foot, mountain bike, touring or cycling, the hikes presented on Vercors Rando are accessible by public transport. To discover them, simply check "Accessible by public transport" in the more criteria tab when you are on the map. The bus stops are indicated on the map of the circuits concerned.
Good mobility plans
Use the regional route calculator: www.oura.com
Consider carpooling with Mov'Ici
Hitchhiking, thanks to RézoPouce
Choose a car-free mountain outing offered by the Parc du Vercors and mountain Wilderness.
- 28 route de la Croix Perrin
06 11 95 27 57
04 76 95 41 45
Vercors Sud Transport
- Immeuble Le Provence
8 route de Provence
06 08 07 19 35
- Pré des Moulins
04 76 34 30 81
06 85 69 10 20
Taxi Johann PIGE
- 200 chemin de prarron
06 44 29 85 55
La Galochère / Autrans
Chemin des Eglantines / Villard de lans
06 85 42 40 66
Whether by car, train or plane, the Vercors massif is easily accessible. Connections from the airports of Lyon St Exupéry, Grenoble St Geoirs and the Sncf stations of Grenoble and Valence facilitate your travels. Find here all the useful information to prepare your stay in the Vercors.
- From Chambery, you can take Véloroute 63 to reach Grenoble and access the Vercors.
- From Valence or the ViaRhôna, the easiest way is to take Véloroute 63 to Saint-Nazaire-en-Royans.
The Vélodrôme also connects to the ViaRhôna (south of Valence, towards Livron)
TGV lines allow you to quickly reach the major gateway towns of the Vercors: Grenoble and Valence.
Paris-Grenoble: 3 hours
Paris - Valencia: 2 hours
Marseilles - Valencia: 1 hour
Book your train tickets online at https://www.sncf.com/fr
Arriving from the north, take the A48 motorway to Voreppe, towards Villard-de-Lans, or via Seyssinet, towards Saint-Nizier-du Moucherotte.
Coming from the south, take the A47 motorway towards Valence. Then exit Die or Crest to access the south of Vercors, or take the A49 to Saint-Nazaire-en-Royans to access Royans, or exit at Veurey to access the north of the massif (Lans-en-Vercors).
From Paris: 6 hours, 590 km
From Geneva: 2h15, 200 km
From Brussels: 8 hours, 850 km
From Marseille: 3 hours, 280 km
From Nice: 4h30, 440 km
From Grenoble station, reach the Vercors thanks to the road links with Itinisère.
Line T64 Grenoble - Villard-de-Lans via Engins
Line T65 Grenoble - Lans-en-Vercors via St-Nizier
These 2 lines are equipped with bicycle racks.
From Valence, you can reach the Dromoise part of the Vercors with Sradda.
In winter :
From Valence TGV, reach the Vercors resorts in 1h30: info and reservations
From Grenoble, reach the resorts with Transaltitude