Alpe d’Huez is one of the most charming French ski resorts and with 255 km of ski runs it takes its place among the big French “gems”.
The ski area of Alpe d’Huez, called Grandes Rousses, covers not only the village of Alpe d’Huez but also Auris-en-Oisans, Villard Reculas, Oz-en-Oisans, Vaujany and La Garde. For the week of skiing in Alpe d’Huez we will be accommodated in the village of Oz-en-Oisans.
The ski pass from the package for this week covers the whole Grandes Rousses ski area and gives one free day in the ski area of Les 2 Alpes (203 km of ski runs).
In the ski area of Alpe d’Huez you will find some unique attractions. The longest black ski run in Europe, Serene, with its length of 16 km will make you test your feet to the maximum. If you are still not tired enough you will have the chance to get through one of the slopes via the famous Tunnel passage and face an almost vertical black ski run, where many people do not feel ashamed to turn back and not try the extreme ride. But once you get to the top of the ski area at the altitude of 3330 m you forget about your burning feet. The view from the top, Pic Blanc is breath-taking. From here you can see most of the highest picks of the French Alps and make some of the best photos in life.
Below you can find a ski map of Alpe d’Huez ski area and a map of the Oz-en-Oisans village.
Under the maps you can find information about the representative from Marmoto, who will be together with you for the week in Alpe d’Huez.
Having over 30 years of ski and snowboard experience I can say that this is one of my passions in life. Starting Marmoto I believe I can give the chance to many people also to discover that the winter sports are neither just a winter fashion nor an expensive way to show off, but a way of living, a way of discovering nature and a way of finding yourself in the endless snow slopes of the mountains.
I believe all the people who come with us share this passion for life, nature, sports and inner harmony and all the positive feedback is what moves us forward.
Because at the end … there is no such thing as too much snow.