The Alpe d’Huez ski resort is on white clouds at an altitude of 1,860 meters. We also known it as l’ile au soleil or the island under the sun. The resort has earned this nickname due to 300 days of sunny days. Received every year on average. But what about snow? Don’t worry, they choose this beautiful place to host a designed ski resort. It provides the best combination of winter sports for snowy nights and sunny days.
The 250-kilometer-long slope straddles the Peak Blanc glacier terrain up to 3,330 meters. Ensuring a safe ski holiday even if you might need to get up early to go skiing in the spring.
Alpe d’Huez ski resort is a great all-around ski resort for everyone. There are slopes suitable for all tastes and skill levels inside and outside the ski trails. Ideal for family ski holidays and mixed-skill skiing groups.
Alpe d’Huez distributed in four separate communities. Accommodation ranges from basic to luxurious, but most of them have easy access to the ski slopes. This includes many accommodations, including cabins, hotels, and ski apartments. There are also many options for non-skiers and some great options for after-skiing and night parties. Although it lacks a bit of traditional Savoyard charm. You are more likely to find French skiers here than many people. The resort was most familiar to British customers.
Accommodation: Catered Catered Chalet