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Skiing in the moonlight

Do you find it hard to put your skis away after a good day of skiing? Once a week at Oz, you can make the fun last a bit longer with skiing in the moonlight and the Olmet run lit up from 6.30pm onwards. Come and enjoy the activities organised by the ESF and the joys of night-time skiing.

A special setting for skiing

Once a week, the Olmet run by Oz resort reopens at 6.30pm to give both kids and adults even more skiing fun after a great day in the Alpe d’Huez Grand Domaine area. A night-time skiing evening is organised starting from the snow front so that ski lovers can prolong their day with a moonlit skiing session. It’s a chance to talk with ski professionals and also take part in activities organised by the ski school.



Try out new skills

Night-time skiing gives you the chance to try out new skills. The ski school sets up a slalom, for you to challenge your friends and have a go at a classic type of competitive skiing at a relaxed and friendly session. In the school holidays, there’s also the opportunity to take part in a snowboarding taster session with snow sport professionals and the Clos du Pré run is open in the evening as well as Olmet. In the February school holidays, the night-time skiing session has the addition of the unmissable children’s torchlit descent followed by the instructors’ show, all with a hot chocolate or mulled wine.

Ski runs

lit up in the night!