Ski Alpe d'Huez and get high altitude skiing and snowboarding in France. Extensive slopes for all abilities including the world's longest single run at 16km! Make your winter holiday memorable in the French Alps this winter.
If you ski Alpe d'Huez you'll be sitting above the beautiful Oisans Valley in France and you really will find something for all the family. Easily reached from either Grenoble or Lyon, Alpe d'Huez ski resort lies at 1860 metres, and with slopes as high as 3330 metres, and links to nearby resorts Auris-en-Oisans, Oz-en-Oisans, and Vaujany, you are almost guaranteed snow here. Transfer times are between 1.5 hours from Chambéry and 2.5 hours from Lyon.
On the slopes
Ski holidays in Alpe d'Huez are suitable for skiers and boarders of all types. Ski Alpe d'Huez and you'll enjoy skiing and snowboarding at high altitude whether you are beginners or advanced - including moguls and off piste. You also have the Sarenne run, the world's longest at an unbroken 16 km.
Off-piste runs can be found starting at the 3330m Pic Blanc, and include the Grand Sablat, the Combe du Loup and the challenging Couloir de Fare. Beginners and intermediate skiers will enjoy the runs directly above the resort, which are well served by gondolas at either end.
When you are hungry you'll find a great selection of lunch spots on the slopes, while dinner options include the popular and traditional Au P'tit Creux, fine dining at Les Caves, or Lily Muldoon's Irish restaurant. Popular après-ski venues include The Underground and Le Sporting. With purpose built accommodation and ski to door convenience, this is an easy resort to enjoy, with children's ski schools offering lessons, fun and games, plus a number of crèches for the non-skiing little ones.