About the Resort
As one of the largest of France’s ski resorts, Alpe d’Huez, certainly has a lot going for it. Recording an average of 300 full days of sunshine each year, and south facing – you’ll be choosing a resort that benefits from the sun all year round. Travelling To Alpe d’Huez You’ve got
Alpe D’Huez is the hub of The Grand Domaine and home to one of the worlds best beginner areas according to us! With it’s wide ranging accommodation options, bars, restaurants and shops it offers something for everyone. It is busier than it’s smaller neighbouring villages, so worth considering when choosing where you stay. Read More…
A pretty small village lower down the mountain road, you will drive through whilst winding up to Alpe D’Huez. Whilst it does offer some accommodation it is not a great option for most as it leaves you away from the shops, slopes and facilities of Alpe D’Huez. Read More
We like Vaujany as it has developed into an attractive medium-sized ski village. Its two lift systems will get you straight into the main ski area. Away from the slopes, you’ll find a number of small restaurants to choose from aswell as fantastic takeaway pizza in the evenings, plus a small of shopping area too. Read More…
Smaller than Vaujany, this purpose-built ski resort may be the choice for you. It has a single lift that takes you right to the main ski area. Its is around a 1 hour drive from Alpe D’Huez or a gondola ride over the top. Read More
+Fast, efficient lifts.
+High altitude, snow sure resort.
+Great beginner area, including a free beginners lift.
Things to think about
-Some runs get a fair bit of sunshine so can become slushy later in the day.
-Slopes can become busy and crowded during peak times.
+€2 for the purchase of a rechargeable card
Ski pass for Grand Domaine.
Reduced prices from December 5th to December 18th 20 and from April 10 to April 24 21.
Child ski pass 5-12 Years.