Guide to Alpe d'Huez
Accommodation is located in a series of "quarters". The main three being Quartier des Bergers to the east, Quartier des Jeux in the centre and Quartier des Vieil Alpe to the west.
Founded in 1936 and located high in the Oisans Alpes at 1869 metres above sea level, Alpe d'Huez is the central resort of the "Grand Domaine Ski" area.
Information on the domain for the winter 2020/2021 season including slope breakdown, lift types plus webcam, snow forecast and piste map links.
The majority of visitors to Alpe d’Huez in the winter season will need to hire board and ski equipment. This page allows visitors to make bookings with the biggest operator in the resort.
The many restaurants in Alpe d'Huez cover the usual French ski resort cuisine landscape of Savioe specialities, Pizzerias and Fondue emporiums.
For those looking to venture beyond Alpe d'Huez there is some excellent sport to be had in the surrounding villages of this extensive domain.
The centre of town is the place for the "24 hour party people" with most of the night spots located within a stones throw of each other.
A collection of imagery from around the winter sports area of Alpe d'Huez including popular pistes, lifts and views across to some of the surrounding villages.
Have you recently visited the resort of Alpe d'Huez in winter? If so it would be great to get your opinion and experiences of the holiday by leaving a post on the discussion board.
This page contains links to travel and holiday sites that may be of interest to alpedhuez.net visitors.