Closure of the ski area for the February 2021 holidays
After several weeks of waiting, it is with heavy hearts that we are forced to announce the closure of the Alpe d’Huez ski lifts for the February 2021 holidays.
Despite the health protocols rigorously implemented this fall, intense preparation in the area, and teams ready to welcome you for a new season, the authorities are not allowing us to open this winter given the current health context.
We look forward to seeing you on the Alpe d’Huez ski area. We will keep you informed of the latest opening information.
The traders and accommodation providers at Alpe d’Huez are open to provide you with a stay in the great outdoors. On snowshoes, cross-country skiing, hiking, sledding or on foot, take a deep breath of fresh air on an area specially prepared for these practices … and many other activities!
Take care of yourself and your loved ones.
The teams of the Alpe d’Huez Ski Area (SATA)
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Alone or with the family! Are you a pedestrian? Enjoy a stroll around the lakes at 2,100m and reach the Pic Blanc where a breathtaking view awaits you! From 1,450m to 3,330m altitude: walk, breathe!
Are you a pedestrian? Enjoy a walk around the lakes at 2,100m and reach the Pic Blanc where a breathtaking view awaits you! From 1,450m to 3,330m above sea level: walk, breathe!
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