how to get to to Izoard?

Once you've packed your bags, it's time to start your vacation, heading for the Izoard!

To get to the Hautes Alpes, to discover the Izoard destination in the Hautes Vallées, there are several options open to you: by plane, by car, by train, by bus, by motorcycle and, for the bravest, by bike... Make your journey a pleasant one!

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The Grenoble - Briançon line

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The Saint Michel Valloire - Montgenèvre - Briançon - Serre Chevalier line

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Col d'Izoard - Morattel S.

by car, motorcycle & motorhome

  • 690km from Paris
  • 220km from Lyon
  • 260km from Marseille
  • 240km from Geneva
  • 110km from Turin

From Grenoble :

  • From Col du Lautaret: take the N85 towards Briançon, then the D1091 via Bourg d'Oisans and Col du Lautaret. In winter, the Col du Lautaret may be closed depending on weather conditions. Check traffic conditions before
  • From the Fréjus Tunnel: Join Chambéry, then the A43 towards Modane. At Modane, take the N543: Fréjus Tunnel (T4 direction Bardonnèche - Turin - Montgenèvre). Pass through the tunnel and continue towards Oulx via the E70 then the SS24 towards Montgenèvre. Pass the Col de Montgenèvre. Continue on the N94 to Briançon.

From Marseille :

Take the A51 then the RN to Briançon.

From Briançon :

  • At the first crossroads, the D35 will take you to Puy-Saint-Pierre and Puy Saint André. To reach Villard-Saint-Pancrace, continue on the N94, then take the D136 A towards Villard-Saint-Pancrace.
  • To get to Cervières from Briançon, take the D902 towards the Col de l'Izoard (closed during the winter season). Cervières is only 9 kilometers away. To get to Cervières in winter, special equipment is required: snow tires, chains or socks. You can check road conditions by calling 04 92 24 44 44.

From Italy/Oulx :

Pass the Col de Montgenèvre then continue on the N94 to Briançon.

From the Queyras :

In summer only, take the Col de l'Izoard to reach the village of Cervières. In winter, take the N94 to Briançon via Guillestre.

For full information on traffic conditions and passes, visit or call 04 65 03 00 05 (serveur vocal Info Route 05).


There are plenty of parking lots in Briançon and the Izoard area.

  • Coaches and motorhomes are allowed to park free of charge in the Jean-Marie Leblanc parking lot, in the Parc des Sports, in front of the Briançon ice rink.
  • Electricity recharging points and a drainage area are available.
  • Buses and camper vans can also park at the Champ de Mars parking lot exit in a dedicated area (4 bus spaces, around ten camper van spaces). Overnight parking is charged, but is free from 12 noon to 2 pm and from 7 pm to 9 am.
❄Snow tires or special equipment are mandatory from November 1 to March 31 ❄

To improve user safety in snowy and icy conditions and limit road blockages, winter equipment is mandatory.

You can choose to equip your vehicle :

  • with four winter tires
  • or have chains or snow socks for at least two drive wheels.

For road conditions and pass closures : Info Route 05 or 04 65 03 00 05 (voice server).

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Information: 0 800 11 40 23 (free service and call every day from 7am to 9:30pm)

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Airport → Shuttle bus from Lyon → Grenoble bus and SNCF stations → LER55 shuttle bus

Airport → Bus Gare Grenoble → Shuttle LER55

Airport → Turin city center: LINEA 268 bus

Arrival at Torino porta nuova → take the train to OULX, then private transport or on request (cab)

Marseille Airport → Shuttle from Marseille → Train to Briançon