L'Alpe-d'Huez

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    The winter and summer resort, Alpe d´Huez, is located on the South face of the mountain Les Grandes Rousses at the altitude of 1860 m. Le Pic Blanc, 3330 m, offers a panoramic view The high altitude guarantees snow on the 250 km. of slopes, including the longest slope of the world: La Sarenne. Thanks to the 923 snow canons, the return to Alpe d´Huez and the other mountain villages is possible by skiing. Alpe d´Huez also offers you skiing by night at the Signal slalom stadium, a snowpark, a Sports and Meeting center...With an array of gliss and no-gliss activities, Alpe d´Huez is the place of important events like the Trophée Andros, the Snowboard World Cup... 1 hour from Grenoble, the dauphinese capital, and less than 5 hours from Paris, Alpe d´Huez is a huge paradise!

    "Famile Plus Montagne" label
    « FAMILLE PLUS Montagne » is the first and unique national tourism label to approve the facilities and services available to families with children staying in French tourist destinations. It is recognized by the French Ministry of Tourism.
    Large ski area
    A resort accessing a large interlinked ski area with a common area pass.
    New snow sports
    Resort with specialist instructors, specially equipped for riding the snow in all its' forms (snow park, boardercross, etc.) For everyone from beginners to experts...

    Resort L'Alpe-d'Huez

    Snow Report

    3330 m 50 cm montagnes 1860 m 30 cm

    Last snowfall 07 Mar 2017

    Opening times
    from 2017-12-02 to 2018-04-21

    Opening hours of the ski lifts
    of 08h45 at 17h00

    Return to the resort by ski
    no. Return to the resort is not guaranteed or does not exist

    Slopes

    cercles-pistes
    214.8 km

    of slopes in the resort

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    N.C (250 km of slopes)

    Total of the slopes N.C/117

    Green slopes N.C/41

    Blue slopes N.C/29

    Red slopes N.C/31

    Black slopes N.C/16

    Activities

    Nordic skiing (43km)
    Skating

    Number of snowparks

    Walking paths (35.4km)

    Snowshoe paths

    Sledding paths (25km)

    Toboggan slopes (>1 km) (2)

    Beginners' or children's skiing area

    Leisure area

    Nordic skiing (43km)
    Skating (N.C)

    Number of snowparks

    Walking paths (35.4km)

    Snowshoe paths

    Sledding paths (25km)

    Toboggan slopes (>1 km) (2)

    Beginners' or children's skiing area

    Leisure area

    Last update on 22/11/2017 at 03:52

    Getting there

    Activities and events

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    • The Alpe d'Huez Sports and Conference Centre

      The Alpe d'Huez Sports and Conference Centre

      At the Alpe d'Huez Sports and Conference centre, visitors have the opportunity to discover a wide range of sports activities. On the programme: mini-golf, jorkyball, climbing, gym, cardio and weight training, badminton, basketball.
      You can also enjoy various water activities such as aquabike, aqua aerobics, aqua-finning, and swimming with flippers.

    • Church of Notre-Dame des neiges (our Lady of the Snows)

      Church of Notre-Dame des neiges (our Lady of the Snows)

      A fairly recent building (it was built at the end of the 1960s), the Eglise Notre-Dame des Neiges is renowned for its architecture. This tent-shaped building was constructed using simple materials (concrete, copper, wood and glass).

      Inside, visitors discover an organ unlike any other, in the shape of a hand, located in the centre of skylights, and facing the congregation. Visitors can also admire the 13 stained glass windows created by Arcabas, depicting scenes from the Gospel according to Saint Mark.

    • Domaine de Vizille, gardens and parkland

      Domaine de Vizille, gardens and parkland

      It was in the château de Vizille that the touchpapers of the French Revolution were lit, on the 21 July 1788, the day of the assembly of the Three orders of the Dauphiné. It was therefore natural that the château should house a museum dedicated to this troubled, crucial and decisive period in French history.

      One hundred hectares of gardens are criss-crossed by canals all around the château. This garden is officially labelled a "remarkable garden". Walkers can observe a floral fireworks display, an explosion of colour and scent, particularly in the rose garden.

      The flora is accompanied by fauna, as there is an animal park where magnificent deer and birds live, the ancestors of which were hunted by the Duke of Lesdiguières.

    • Museum of Grenoble

      Museum of Grenoble

      Once situated inside a very beautiful building on the 19th century Place Verdun , the Musée de Grenoble , located today in the heart of the city, is an inspirational example of contemporary museum architecture.
      But it is the collections, especially rich in 20th century art , which make it one of the leading museums in France .

      Around the outside of the museum is a collection of rare sculptures which are open daily to the public. Inaugurated in 1988 , this sculpture park just keeps getting bigger and bigger. Within the museum, temporary exhibitions are organised each year.

    • La Mure Railway

      La Mure Railway

      Take a seat in a carriage dating from the 1930s and discover the landscapes of the Isère is a leisurely fashion. Starting from Saint-Georges-de-Commiers and ending up in La Mure, the train takes you on a journey of 30 kilometres between the Vercors and the Oisans. The route was created between 1882 and 1886. Since then, it has been a favourite among tourists. You will even see the Mont Aiguille and the Pierre Percee. Bridges, aqueducts and tunnels punctuate the journey and you will see some truly exceptional views along the way.

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