An incredible view
Before you can set off down La Sarenne, you need to take the ski lifts up to the top. Starting from Oz 3300, take the Poutran gondola, then the DMC2, then the Pic Blanc cable car to find yourself at 3330m above sea level, at the highest point in the ski area, ready to go down the 16km run! Before starting the run, you can enjoy an incredible view. In good weather, you can see 2 Alpes resort, Pic Bayle, Meije and Aiguilles d’Arves peaks and even Mont Blanc! It’s said that you can see ⅕ of France from this peak!
A 16km jorney down
Once on La Sarenne, you can enjoy your ski down without needing to take any more ski lifts! But you can also spend some time skiing in the heights of the mountains using the Herpie chairlift. The La Sarenne black run will take you to the gorge of the same name, Gorges de Sarenne. After picking up speed on the way down, you can then ski leisurely alongside the stream to the chairlift and head back through the Alpe d’Huez area to Oz 3300. This infamous run is 16km long with a drop in height of 2000m and a moderate average gradient of 12.5%!