We offer amazing Vaujany skiing holidays with easy access (on your doorstep!) to the entire Alpe d’Huez ski domain with more than 250 kms of pistes, 84 lifts, the incredible Sarenne Run (the longest black piste in Europe) and the famous Ski Everest Challenge. Snow is guaranteed due to the Pic Blanc Glacier standing at 3330m and with more than 300 days of sun each year – so is a tan!
With a combination of our friendly ski leaders, a great ski school, fantastic private tuition and superb mountain guides, there is no level of skiing we can’t satisfy. The vast area of Alpe d'Huez has enough to fill any person for the week with varied slopes for all levels.
Vaujany is an exceptionally pretty area with picnic stops galore and views a plenty - don't forget your camera!
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Amazingly the holiday met the varied needs of our electric mix of ages and skiers ranging from super keen to semi retired and the too young and too old to ski!
Liz M, Chalet Saskia, 2017
- 1250m (Vaujany) and
- 1400m (La Villette)
- 3300m-1100m (including four 2000m+ descents)
- 10.000 hectares of wide open mountains
- 120 Alpine runs (250kms)
- 38 green runs
- 32 blue runs
- 34 red runs
- 16 black runs
- The Sarenne - at 16kms the WORLD'S LONGEST PISTED BLACK RUN
- The Tunnel - classed in the top 10 pistes in the world by the Telegraph
- 8000m Everest Challenge
- The Ski Peak Champagne Run
- 87 ski lifts (cable cars, gondolas, chair lifts and ski buttons)
- 6 Cable cars
- 10 Gondolas
- 25 Chairlifts
- 40 Button lifts
- 6 Magic Carpets
- 920+ snow canons
- 2 snowparks
- 1 ski/boarder cross
- Protected areas for novice skiers
- 1 ice cave at 2700m
- 50 kms of cross-country tracks
- 30kms of hiking trails.
- An average of 300 SUNSHINE DAYS a year!
For those who want to branch out you can use the lift system to access the substantial wide beginner slopes around Alpe d'Huez. At the end of the day cruise down a gorgeous blue and you’re back to La Villette.
The run down the Chamois from 2,700m to Oz Station via the Poutran can be a challenge, or for a true sense of achievement try the Sarenne, which is perhaps only graded black due to its length and isolation. You’ll be able to claim you’ve done the longest run in the world.
The Sarenne and Chateau Noir, the longest black runs in Europe, offer wild unspoilt scenery and isolation. The famous ‘Tunnel’ which runs straight down the front face is very steep and always a challenge and together with Les Rousses and La Fare makes up part of the 2,200m Ski Peak Champagne Run, the greatest on-piste vertical descent linked into a lift system in the world!
The off-piste possibilities are vast and varied. For a sense of remote mountain wilderness try the Glacier du Grand Sablat or Combe du Loup. The descent to Vaujany via the awesome Pyramide and Couloir Perrin is always memorable with glacier seracs, turquoise ice fall and hidden bowls.