Vaujany - A Myth in the French Alps

Amidst its painterly surroundings is Vaujany, a valley next to Alpe d’Huez, the most famous end of a leg on the Tour de France. The resort is just an hour’s drive from Grenoble.

Vaujany doesn’t only enjoy an extraordinary reputation for cycling. Sunny, snow-secure pistes at altitudes up to 3,300 m promise unlimited fun on the slopes, and with snow parks and a total of 237 km of pistes, the resort is guaranteed to excite skiers and boarders of all levels of experience.

The pistes at the site of the 1968 Winter Olympic Games offer pure enjoyment on its sporty slopes.

The most modern gondolas in the Alps guarantee quick access to the ski area. In just minutes, you will be brought from the resort at 1,250 m to the slopes at up to 2,800 m.

Alongside many of the broad pistes, you’ll also find cosy huts where you can turn in for a midday break.

High-capacity lifts bring you to an altitude of 3,300 m. The red pistes at the level of the Dôme des Petits Rousses are challenging but not too tricky. Beginners will find the perfect practice slopes at the resort’s edge in both Alpe d’Huez and Vaujany. Free-stylers will love the snow park with half-pipe in the sector 2100 as well as a fun-park on the glacier.

Look forward to a sporty holiday in Vaujany/Alpe d’Huez!

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