Famous French ski resort located in the Alps, in the Department of Isère. Part of its popularity comes from its history with the Tour de France and its famous climbs up its mountain road. However, Alpe d'Huez is a ski resort that already hosted the 1968 Olympic Games and this has given it great importance internationally.
The Alpe d'Huez ski resort is a set of several valleys and towns linked together by a set of chair lifts and funiculars. Therefore, you can ski in towns such as Auris, Oz, Villad Reulares and Vaujany.
It has 245 skiable kilometers , divided into 38 green runs, 34 blue runs, 32 red runs and 17 black runs, with a total of 75 lifts, chair lifts and funiculars. Its maximum and minimum elevation ranges from 3,230 meters to 2,450 meters, respectively, which generates a maximum cumulative drop of up to 2,200 meters. Almost nothing!
In addition, if you like extreme adventures, you should know that in Alpe d'Huez you have the longest track in all the Alps, the so-called "Sarenne", with 16 kilometers of descent ... And as if this were not enough, ¡ it's a black trail!
On the other hand, if you travel a group with various levels of skiing, you don't have to worry. This resort has numerous slopes for any type of public and most of the ratings are always excellent.
And if all this were not enough, as long as you have a ski ski pass of 6 or more days, you can visit one of these resorts one day: Serre-Chevalier, Puy Saint Vicent, Montgenèvre or if you prefer, you can visit Les Deux Alpes resort 2 of your ski days consecutively (offer applicable from 12/19/2020 to 04/09/2021).