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Lift opening dates Alpe d'Huez Grand Domaine:

Progressive opening from 2nd December 2017
Total opening on Saturday 23rd December 2017
Closure on Sunday 22nd April 2018 in the evening

Lift opening dates Oz-Vaujany :

Opening the weekends of 25/26 November, 2/3 and 9/10 December 2017 according to snow conditions
Total opening on Saturday 16 December 2017
Closure on Friday 20th April 2018 in the evening

From Oz en Oisans, two ski areas are accessible: Oz/Vaujany and Alpe d'Huez grand domaine Ski.
Two fully linked and integrated areas with opportunities to learn, discover or re-discover the joys of skiing for skiers and snowboarders of all ages and levels.
Skiing back to the resort guaranteed by snowmaking.



Oz - Vaujany skiing area (1125 m - 2800 m)

Oz/Vaujany skiing area is an ideal area for beginners and intermediate skiers, with pistes totaling 70km. A gentle return to the resort is assured on the Blue “Chevreuils” piste. Great for children, beginners and those with weary legs.

If you want to explore the entire Alpe d'Huez ski area, you can purchase a  daily “Grandes Rousses” supplement.

Access from the Poutran or Alpette gondolas.

Oz - Vaujany skiing area identity card:

22 lifts

660 snow canons

75 km of skiing on 41 ski runs:
12 green runs
14 blue runs
12 red runs
3 black runs

Alpe d’Huez grand domaine Ski (1135 m - 3330 m)

If you like the great outdoors, look no further... Oz en Oisans is the doorway to a vast and varied ski area. With quick and easy access by cable car, come and enjoy 250 km of slopes! The Sarenne is the longest Black run in the world. It starts at Pic Blanc (3330m) and descends via the Gorges de Sarenne (1510m); 16km of pure happiness in a unique and spectacular setting.

Alpe d'Huez grand domaine Ski identity card:

80 lifts

918 snow canons

250 km of skiing on 135 ski runs:
42 green runs
37 blue runs
39 red runs
17 black runs


Highest vertical drop in the world:

You can ski for a 2205m vertical, ending in Oz, without taking a lift; a dream of the most demanding skiers, it takes about 1h30. First check out the panorama from Pic Blanc at 3330m, where it’s said you can see a 1/5th of France. Then gather your courage for the legendary “Tunnel” Black run before skiing between the rocky outcrops of the “Les Rousses” Red.  Glide across the plateau of Alpette and the gentle Blue of “Chalets” before dropping onto the Black “La Fare” and its forested descent to L’Enversin d’Oz at 1125m.



Map of the ski runs Oz - Alpe d'Huez grand domaine Ski

See the map of the ski runs Oz - Alpe d'Huez grand domaine Ski (pdf)



Interactive map Oz - Alpe d'Huez grand domaine Ski

Check all open ski runs and lifts in realtime.



Plan des pistes domaine Oz - Vaujany

See the map of the ski runs Oz - Vaujany (pdf)


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