A domain with a lot to offer
Alpe d'Huez, world famous for hosting one of the hardest final stages of the Tour de France, is much more than a spot to see the strongest cyclists suffer. A more than remarkable altitude that guarantees snow of the best quality, a southern orientation that makes it 'warm' on sunny days, the longest ski slope in the world (16 km), just 60 km from the city of Grenoble and a long etcetera, can be reasons to go skiing in Alpe d'Huez.
The longest ski slopes in the world
Alpe d'Huez has the honour of having the longest ski slope in the world. With its more than 16 km, the Sarenne is the alpine ski route of greater length. The Sarenne and the rest of the slopes that start from the glacier allow descents of almost 1 hour and a half without having to take any lift. What do you think about this?
Much more than skiing
As we said, Alpe d'Huez is known for cycling and skiing mainly. But there are many attractions that make it a beautiful to visit. Here you will find a wide range of activities and proposals of adventure, relax, gastronomy, etc. that will delight the whole family. Because not everything is skiing, Alpe d'Huez offers you 1,001 possibilities for an unforgettable trip.