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Alpe d'Huez is a large French ski resort, which is part of the Grandes Rousses Massif ski area. Alpe d'Huez offers a good range of runs for skiers of all types and ability. It is a particularly good place to learn to ski and hone your skills but is also the perfect destination for groups with mixed abilities. 

The après ski is great too with a wide range of entertainment available that is suitable for all ages, but it is the fantastic skiing that brings people back year after year.



This beautiful skiing area offers something for everyone, no matter what level of skier/snowboarder you are, you will find what you are looking for in Alpe d'Huez. Intermediate skiers are especially well catered for; the 16km Sarenne run is the longest, but the easiest black run in the Alps, it is perfect for those intermediate skiers who are ready to step up to skiing black runs. If you are a thrill-seeker Le Tunnel is fantastic, it is a tough but exhilarating black run that will push you to the limit.

Alpe d'Huez is a fantastic resort for snowboarders; there are two extensive terrain parks and plenty of places to go off-piste, making it ideal for those who enjoy freeriding. For beginners, there is a dedicated area with simple boxes, rails, kickers where you can learn the basic tricks and techniques. Experienced boarders can test their skills on the awesome Skier X World Championship course. From here, you have the option to hop across to Les Deux Alpes and test your skills on the snowpark there.

For those who want to introduce their children to skiing, there are several great ski schools available. The large children’s skiing area is located at the top of the Telecentre lift at the Rond Point des Pistes. Some of the ski schools take 3 to 4 year olds, but the classes only last a couple of hours as to not overexert the children. Once your child reaches the age of five, most ski schools will take them for 3-hour lessons. If your child is under 3 it is sometimes possible to book private lessons for them. In addition, there is a nursery in the resort, that takes children from the age of two and a half.

Cross-country skiers can enjoy 50kms of well-maintained trails, whilst if you fancy a go of night skiing, there is a 1km run on the edge of the village that is lit up twice a week for a couple of hours.








There is plenty of accommodation in and around the village. Whether you are looking for a small studio, a large apartment or good quality self catering chalets you will find what you are looking for here.

The self-catering apartments offer the best value for money. The fact so much of this type of accommodation is available means that there is plenty of competition, which keeps standards high. Many of the self-catering residences include access to extra facilities like pools, baby facilities and childcare. The residence Maeva Les Mélèzes is a great example of this type. The residence Les Bergers is another popular accommodation choice amongst our customers, with it benefitting from a being a ski in, ski out. Below you will find links to more accommodation options we work with in the 'Alp D'Huez resort.

Les Christiania

Les Horizon

L'Ours Blanc

Chalet Sapin

Chalet Melusine


Alpe d'Huez has grown and developed over the course of several decades, there is a quaint older area full of small backstreets, as well a modern centre. In the newer part of the village you will find the majority of the larger modern bars, nightclubs and shops. The smaller family run bars and restaurants are mainly located in the older part of Alpe d'Huez.

It really doesn't matter what type of cuisine you enjoy as you can find it here. However, the majority of the most popular restaurants, for example La Cremaillere and Au Montagnard, serve French food. Smithy’s Tavern serves European food and is a great place to watch live sports in the evening, whilst at night the atmosphere changes and the bar becomes a lively party venue.

There is a range of other things to do in resort to keep everyone happy including a cinema, night skiing, ice-skating, laser tag, sledging, skidooing, ice driving, husky sledging, ice climbing and helicopter rides to name a few.

If you would prefer to just chill out and relax then the Nuxe Spa is ideal, here you can have a massage, use the jacuzzi, hammam, sauna and pool.

If you like to keep fit you can visit the sports and conference centre, where you can enjoy more than 20 activities. There are fitness rooms and swimming pools and you can play sports such as badminton, indoor tennis, squash and table tennis. There is no way anyone could get bored in Alpe d'Huez, there is just so much to do.



Ben's Bus offers shared Alpe d'Huez Airport Transfers and are almost certainly the cheapest way of getting from the airport to Alpe d'Huez.