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Alpe D'Huez

L'ile du Soleil, France

Resort height: 1860
Highest lift: 3330
No. of lifts: 103
No. of slopes: 114
Total piste length: 235
Snowboard parks: 1
Glacier: No
Purpose built: No
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Alpe D'Huez - A Skiers Secret Paradise Waiting To Be Discovered

Alpe d’Huez has been a well-kept secret by the French for years. High up in the mountains in a sunny bowl opposite Les Deux Alpes, it commands spectacular views of the valley below and has become renowned for its sunshine record. Much of the resort is modern, purpose-built and spread out over the hillside, all connected by basket lifts.

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Featured Accommodation

Les Horizons D'Huez
Property: Les Horizons D'Huez Resort: Alpe D'Huez
Type: Self-Catered Apartment Rating: ISL star ratingISL star ratingISL star rating Sleeps: 2 / 6
Located in the Hameau de l'Eclose area of Alpe d'Huez these apartments are close to the chairlift, giving access to the entire ski area, as well as the ski school meeting point. Th ... more

Alpe D'Huez Snow In

Skiing & Boarding In Alpe D'Huez

Beneath the Pic Blanc at 3330 metres is a superbly linked lift system covering 235 kilometres of piste on one ski pass. It is ideal for families and groups of different abilities. For beginners there are easy-to-reach nursery slopes in the centre of the resort. For the early intermediates there are outstanding blues and greens, including tree-lined runs in the Auris and Vaujany areas. Advanced skiers and boarders can enjoy the 16km kilometre Sarenne, the longest black run in Europe, the Canyon and some excellent off-piste. If you can contemplate the drop from Le Tunnel you know you’ve cracked the sport! Alpe d’Huez has gained a great reputation amongst snowboarders and includes a permanent natural half-pipe known as Le Couloir.

Après-ski In Alpe D'Huez

Alpe d’Huez has a lively nightlife with plenty of bars, live music and good discos. A couple of the more popular bars include the Pacific Bar and the British- run Underground Bar for live music. Relax after a good day’s skiing either in the heated outdoor swimming pool, skating or by taking advantage of the modern sports centre (indoor pool, indoor tennis, climbing wall, squash and multi-gym). There are good French restaurants, pizzerias, crêperies and gourmet establishments to choose from.

Alpe D'Huez Webcam

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