Do you work in a medical-social facility – a child guidance clinic (IME); a therapeutic, educational and pedagogical institute (ITEP); or a specialist residential centre – and wish to organise a fun-based trip suited to the people you work with?
We will help you book and organise your trip to the Vercors, at preferential rates.
Given the natural constraints of our attractions and your residents' specific characteristics, we wish to draw your attention to certain measures so that your trip runs smoothly.
Tour of the Grotte de Choranche
You will follow your guide along a fitted-out route, where the galleries light up as you advance. All year round, discover this underground world with its fairy-tale lighting, its thousands of straw stalactites and its olms.
1hr guided tour.
For people with mobility problems and wheelchair users
The Grotte de Choranche is a natural site. To reach the cavern, you must walk along the 300-metre path from the ticket office to the cavern entrance. The path ascends about 100 metres.
Wheelchair users must be escorted by a person who can help you go up, and down, the cavern access path. Allow extra time before your tour start time to travel this distance at a leisurely pace.
In the Grotte de Choranche, about 80% of the fitted-out trail is horizontal, so you can move around quite easily. At the end of your tour, only the Cathedral Chamber, which is reached via a stairway, is not wheelchair accessible. Your guide will suggest that you wait a few minutes for the rest of the group, and then continue the tour.
For people with a visual, language or hearing disability
It is a guided tour. Booking is required for all excursions.
The Grotte de Choranche is a fitted-out natural site with several constraints: the access path is about 300 metres long with 100 metres of elevation gain. You will therefore need to exercise caution with groups who have motor difficulties.
In the Grotte de Choranche, about 80% of the fitted-out route is horizontal, so you can move around quite easily. At the end of your tour, only the Cathedral Chamber, which is reached via a stairway, is not wheelchair accessible. Your guide will suggest that you wait a few minutes for the rest of the group, and then continue the tour.
Before buying your tickets, it is important to contact our team: Contact us
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