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Mountains, water, air, hiking trails, golf course, and snow parks, whatever domaine you prefer or whatever activity you would like to try, the choice will not be easy ! Let the upward wind carry you towards an assortment of athletic and outdoor activities in and around the city. A veritable whirlwind of energy!
In Grenoble, capital of the French Alps, the mountains are omnipresent. Whatever your projects or your desires, the exceptional natural setting of the city lets you choose the activities that most interest you.
Family hike, nature walk starting in the city, an excursion across the Vercors or Chartreuse mountains on donkey back, snow shoe treks, or dog sledding, even high mountain races for the most athletic : all of the mountain is accessible from Grenoble !
At the heart of a region where water is the source of well-being, Grenoble showcases many aquatic activities.
From the heart of the city to its outskirts with aquatic centers and swimming pools, and further out towards the lakes and bodies of water of the surrounding mountains, the city of the Drac and the Isère is overflowing with water...all for your pleasure !
Find out about our clubs not dedicated to sports.
Get information destined for chess, poker, and role playing game fans...or find out when other game enthusiasts get together.
It's games, strategy, discovery and curiosity in all shapes and forms.
Have fun horseback riding in Grenoble's surrounding areas, discovering exceptional panoramas of the Alpine city during a morning gallop. Find the equestrian center that will allow you to go horseback riding just a few minutes from the city center or organize a discovery ride of the Isère department.
Grenoble offers golfers all the qualities of a dream destination with remarkable facilities, the luxury of incomparable courses, and internationally recognized greens.
Come sample the sensation of putting in the shadow of snow-capped peaks!
Grenoble is a city of sports.
Winter sports of course, ever since the 1968 Winter Olympics, but also sports for sunny days-cycling, mountain biking, hiking, team sports, gymnastics, and aerobics, just to name a few.