Alpe d'Huez is a stunning high-altitude resort with fantastic skiing for all levels of skiers.
Alpe d'Huez is a high-altitude snow-sure resort with an immense area of terrain for all abilities.
The lively town centre offers a varied and vibrant apres-ski scene.
South-facing slopes ensure skiers in Alpe d'Huez enjoy plenty of sunshine, and the altitude and snow-making
facilities allow for a long season - running into late April. With its modern and efficient lift system, spectacular
scenery and good value for money, Alpe d'Huez is an ideal all-round resort for all types levels skiers.
Alpe d'Huez gives access to the Grandes Rousses ski area, the fifth largest in France.
This huge area encompasses 225km of piste served by 133 lifts, and a variety of slopes for all levels of skiers.
Almost half of the trails are dedicated to intermediates, with diverse scenic runs, and a 2,230m vertical drop.
Advanced skiers can choose from plenty of steep terrain and challenging blacks, including the Sarenne, at 16km
the longest black run in Europe. There are also some great runs from the highest peak, the Pic Blanc, at 3,330m.
Alpe d'Huez also boasts exceptional high-altitude off-piste for experts, and extensive facilities for boarders, with two
terrain parks, a halfpipe, boardercross and skiercross course. Book this resort with Directline Skiing
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