Videos of the ski area
'A picture can tell a 1000 words' and a video can tell you everything! Take a look of what the Vaujany and Alpe d'Huez domaine can offer you.
Skiing in Vaujany and Alpe d'Huez means skiing legendary slopes. Have you tried Tunnel and Sarenne? Set out from Pic Blanc at an altitude of 3,330m and ski non-stop down to 1,130m via La Fare!
Take the tunnel through the mountain to reach the Tunnel slope, reserved for expert skiers! Or ski 16km non-stop on Sarenne! Add to the pleasure by finishing your trip down Tunnel with the Fare slope and you’ll be on your skis for over an hour without taking a lift!
Col de Cluy is an unbelievable untouched wilderness!!
Set out (with a mountain guide) and leave the beaten tracks behind you! The slopes and lifts up to 3,330m in Alpe d'Huez offer access to the most beautiful off piste areas in the
Vaujany, and the surrounding Alpe d'Huez area love families and families love these ski resorts: adapted ski slopes, reassuring signposting, discounted ski passes, good weather and a friendly atmosphere for families. There is something for everyone: ski for all abilities, sunshine, terraces and après ski activities!
Vaujany has its very own Snowpark with 4 jumps and various rails. However if you are after something a bit more substantial then Alpe d'Huez offers all kinds of winter sports and fun. Check out the Alpe d'Huez snowpark, which is being redesigned to satisfy not only the experts, but novices too. This is a favourite spot for Arthur Moreau, who made a name for himself on the SFR Tour!
Freestylers, snowboarders and skiers on a snowpark in the sun from
You can also use the freestyle video park and with just a click, send your video via internet!
Ski and Après ski
Sun and ski!! As well as terraces, suntan, entertainment and fun… in a word, HOLIDAYS. The Folie Douce has arrived in resort, adding to the legendary area and making it more complete!
Don’t forget that your ski pass is for more than just skiing - you also get access to sledging, the ice rink, swimming pool and sports centre etc.
Boardercross and Slalom
The Alpe d'Huez boardercross: a unique skiing experience, like in a video game! The slalom sector at the foot of the slopes offers a permanent show every morning with the ski school races, as well as major regional and national competitions, not forgetting night skiing every week.
The video is presented by the resort’s boardercross and slalom slopes local champions: Ophélie David and Gauthier de Tessieres.
Off Piste - The Grand Sablat
This is an edit from back in 2010 with the Purkhardt family. The route is called the Grand Sablat which starts from the top of Pic Blanc round the back. The run ends up at a little village called Clavans. The best way back to resort is via helicopter which is rather thrilling. Alternatively you can cut the end off and hike up 15 minutes to the Chalet du Sarenne, which is well worth the effort - An eco friendly lodge where animals roam free and guests are greeted by home made abricot juice and saucisson.
This is a clip of one run with Jay and his group of friends from top to bottom in wonderful conditions. It is filmed over in Villard Reculas and is making us dream of of the white stuff.