Alpe d'Huez Piste Map

Isere, France

Alpe d'Huez Ski Map

Alpe d'Huez Ski Map
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The Alpe d'Huez ski region, is varied and large. There are slopes here to suit all levels of ski ability and include some the longest, steepest and most challenging runs in Europe. The opportunity for off piste skiing is huge, either skiing yourself or with a guide. The resort itself is large and lively and has all the facilities you could need. There's a young vibe to Alp d'Huez but in France families are never excluded and they too can enjoy the resort and all it has to offer.

Alpe d’Huez is one of the most established ski resort in France, founded in 1936 the resort has a long history and the ski area has expanded over time to become a vast network incorporating a large area with a fast and efficient lift network.

The resort has a good snow record and snow conditions are often good especially towards the peak because the altitude is high. Good snow conditions are combined with lots of sun, the resort reports over 300 sunny days per year, and so this is a real mecca for ski enthusiasts of all levels who also enjoy some apres fun in the sunshine.

The size of Alpe d’Huez enables the resort to offer lots of alternative activities to skiing, so you can enjoy plenty of activities both on and off the piste. The resort provides access to hiking, parascending, cycling, horse riding, sledging, ice skating, snow shoe excursions, ice driving, climbing and so much more.

Alpe d’Huez does cater well for all group types including families. For those seeking table stomping Apres, both on and off the slopes Alpe d’Huez will not disappoint. This is a lively resort, with some great Apres ski locations.

The resort has a real variety of hotels and accommodation to suit all budgets. There are a good selection of 4 star, ski in and ski out hotels on the slopes as well as more budget orientated accommodation to be found in the town. The resort layout has evolved well and has a variety of styles that have developed over the years. Some of the concrete blocks added in the 1960 – 70’s are monstrous and we really cannot understand how they got planning permission, but who knows, give it another decade or so and they may actually be considered architecturally interesting. The good news is in Alpe d’Huez you will never to be too far away from access to the slopes, or a busy bar.

Tbe terrain at Alpe d’Huez is as varied as it is vast. Beginners will have a great holiday here. However, the experienced skier will also enjoy this resort. Alpe d’Huez boasts the longest black run in Europe, and the Le Tunnel black run, is arguably the steepest and visually the most daunting run in Europe. Skiers access the piste from a Tunnel at the top of the mountain and are then are confronted with a sheer ‘wall’ which can only be described as terrifying, irrespective of that, many take the challenge.

Boarders are catered for very well at Alpe d’Huez, aside from enjoying the vast terrain there is a massive terrain park with a real mix of jumps, challenges and ski cross route.

Alpe d’Huez southerly alpine location make it popular, but it is still easy to get to. The travel time from Grenoble the closest airport with regular international flights is only 1.5 hours.

Size: Large

251km

Resort Altitude: Medium

1440m

Ski Range

3300m
1250m

Pistes Available

111

34312818

Lifts

70

31 drags
25 chairs
14 cabins
Opens 14.12.2021 to 13.04.2022

Available Activities

SkiBoardSkatingHikingCross CountryNordic

Number of Snow Parks

2

Transfer Information

Chambery

130km

Av. Transfer time

2hr

Lyon

151km

Av. Transfer time

2hr

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The Alpe d'Huez ski region, is varied and large. There are slopes here to suit all levels of ski ability and include some the longest, steepest and most challenging runs in Europe. The opportunity for off piste skiing is huge, either skiing yourself or with a guide. The resort itself is large and lively and has all the facilities you could need. There's a young vibe to Alp d'Huez but in France families are never excluded and they too can enjoy the resort and all it has to offer.

Alpe d’Huez is one of the most established ski resort in France, founded in 1936 the resort has a long history and the ski area has expanded over time to become a vast network incorporating a large area with a fast and efficient lift network.

The resort has a good snow record and snow conditions are often good especially towards the peak because the altitude is high. Good snow conditions are combined with lots of sun, the resort reports over 300 sunny days per year, and so this is a real mecca for ski enthusiasts of all levels who also enjoy some apres fun in the sunshine.

The size of Alpe d’Huez enables the resort to offer lots of alternative activities to skiing, so you can enjoy plenty of activities both on and off the piste. The resort provides access to hiking, parascending, cycling, horse riding, sledging, ice skating, snow shoe excursions, ice driving, climbing and so much more.

Alpe d’Huez does cater well for all group types including families. For those seeking table stomping Apres, both on and off the slopes Alpe d’Huez will not disappoint. This is a lively resort, with some great Apres ski locations.

The resort has a real variety of hotels and accommodation to suit all budgets. There are a good selection of 4 star, ski in and ski out hotels on the slopes as well as more budget orientated accommodation to be found in the town. The resort layout has evolved well and has a variety of styles that have developed over the years. Some of the concrete blocks added in the 1960 – 70’s are monstrous and we really cannot understand how they got planning permission, but who knows, give it another decade or so and they may actually be considered architecturally interesting. The good news is in Alpe d’Huez you will never to be too far away from access to the slopes, or a busy bar.

Tbe terrain at Alpe d’Huez is as varied as it is vast. Beginners will have a great holiday here. However, the experienced skier will also enjoy this resort. Alpe d’Huez boasts the longest black run in Europe, and the Le Tunnel black run, is arguably the steepest and visually the most daunting run in Europe. Skiers access the piste from a Tunnel at the top of the mountain and are then are confronted with a sheer ‘wall’ which can only be described as terrifying, irrespective of that, many take the challenge.

Boarders are catered for very well at Alpe d’Huez, aside from enjoying the vast terrain there is a massive terrain park with a real mix of jumps, challenges and ski cross route.

Alpe d’Huez southerly alpine location make it popular, but it is still easy to get to. The travel time from Grenoble the closest airport with regular international flights is only 1.5 hours.

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