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Alpe d'Huez

L'Alpe d’Huez and its ski area

2021 - 2022 Calendar and Prices

Opening and Closing: 
·    Official opening of the ski area: Monday 29 December 2020
·    Closing of ski area*: Sunday 24 April 2021
*    Depending on snow conditions, some parts of the resort may close before this date.

Lift Pass Prices for Alpe d’Huez Ski Area

Rates valid between 4 December 2021 and 24 April 2022 for the season pass.


Ticket Office Prices:

1 day pass : 

From 4/10/12 to 10/12/21

  • Adult (13-64 years) : €45 ; Child (5-12 years) : €37 ; Student (under 25 years) and Senior (65-71 years) : €40.50 ; Senior Plus (+72 years): €15

From 11/12/21 to 17/12/21 

  • Adult (13-64 years) : €50.50 ; Child (5-12 years): €41.50 ; Student (under 25 years) and Senior (65-71 years): €45.50 ; Senior Plus (+72 years) : €17

From 18/12/21 to 15/04/22 

  • Adult (13-64 years) : €56 ; Child (5-12 years): €46 ; Student (under 25 years) and Senior (65-71 years): €50.50 ; Senior Plus (+72 years) : €19

From 16/04/22 to 24/04/22

  • Adult (13-64 years) : €45 ; Child (5-12 years): €37 ;  Student (under 25 years) and Senior (65-71 years): €40.50€ ; Senior Plus (+72 years) : €15

Season pass : 

Purchase until 3/10/2021

  • Adult (13-64 years) : €655
  • Child (5-12 years) and Senior (65-71 years) : €529.50

Purchase between 3/10/2021 and 21/11/2021 

  • Adult (13-64 years) : €795.50
  • Child (5-12 years) and Senior (65-71 years) : €646.50

Purchase from 22/11/2021 

  • Adult (13-64 years) : €964
  • Child (5-12 years) and Senior (65-71 years) : €697


Web Exclusives :

Family package *

  • 6-day package (family of 2 adults and 2 children under 13): €894
  • 6-day package (family 2 adults and 2 children between 13 and 22 years old): €894

* Prices between 18/12/21 and 15/04/22 and to be ordered at the latest 3 days before your first day of skiing

Tribe package *

  • 6 day pass (pack for 3 people (5-71 years old) : €790.50€

* Prices between 18/12/21 and 15/04/22 and to be ordered at the latest 3 days before your 1st day of skiing

 

Photograph: ©Laurent Salino

Skiing in Alpe d'Huez

Alpe d'Huez Grand Domaine Ski Area

Come and discover Alpe d'Huez's vast ski domain with panoramic views from the summit of the Pic Blanc at an altitude of 3,330m, and 250 kilometres of pistes spread over an area of 10,000 hectares where you can ski for extended periods without having to take a lift. With 111 marked runs ranging from easy greens to technical blacks, and leisure areas for gentle learning, there is something for everyone. 


Three famous slopes are not to be missed by experienced skiers looking for a challenge:

  • The Sarenne piste is the longest black run in the Alps, stretching 16 kilometres from Pic Blanc (3,330m) to Gorges de Sarenne (1,510m) through amazing mountain scenery
  • La Grave is a legendary off-piste area for experienced skiers and freeriders, with magnificent high mountain landscapes and views of La Meije, which rises to an altitude of 3,983m. La Grave is classified as one of the most beautiful villages in France
  • Le Tunnel is not for the faint-hearted. Beginning with a sharp turn onto a narrow run which leads into the tunnel itself - a horizontal passage cut through the rock face running for 200 metres. Emerge into the light, where you can pause for a moment to admire the view, before tackling one of the steepest mogul fields in the French Alps
Photograph: © Cyrille Quintard

Nordic Ski Area

Alpe d'Huez has a well established international reputation as an alpine skiing destination, but cross-country skiers can also enjoy their favourite sport in the resort's Nordic ski area at the foot of the Grandes Rousses. 50 kilometres of pistes are open for skating or alternative disciplines and suitable for all levels of skier. 

The Snow

The Sarenne glacier, the resort's high altitude and 1,053 snow-making machines spread across the ski area guarantee great snow conditions throughout the season in all weather conditions. The snow-making installations are fed by four artificial lakes created to protect the natural lakes and streams.

Photograph: ©Cyrille Quintard

The Ski Lifts

Alpe d'Huez has a total of 67 ski lifts made up of the following:

  • 2 funiculars
  • 3 cable cars
  • 14 gondola lifts
  • 4 mono-cable cable cars with seats and cabins
  • 18 chairlifts
  • 21 drag lifts
  • 5 magic carpets

The resort also has 27 snowcats - a different way to see the mountain, suitable for young and old alike. 

Cimalpes was born in the French Alps from the dream of two entrepreneurs passionate about their Alpine lifestyle. Today, Cimalpes’ mission is to share this passion with its guests by hosting them in the most charming chalets and apartments, and by accompanying them to organize a memorable holiday in our ski resorts. The Cimalpes teams will be delighted to meet your every need; let us treat you to the Cimalpes promise.

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With more than 3,000 reservations per year, Cimalpes enables more than 25,000 holidaymakers to benefit from hotel comfort in their own accommodation each winter.

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