Сводка информации о Alpe d'Huez
- акров, предназначенных для катания (1 акр = 0,405 гектара):583
- Снежные пушки:10%
- Парк для трюков:2
- Кросс-кантри:54 km
- Для начинающих55%
- Средний уровень30%
- Для продвинутых15%
Alpe d'Huez is 63 km from Grenoble and about one and a half hours from Grenoble St Geoirs airport. It is part of the Grand Domaine ski area (http://www.alpedhuez-granddomaine-ski.com/). Alpe d'Huez has 'La Sarenne', the longest black run in Europe; 16 km long and an incredible 2210 m vertical drop. Despite this fearsome statistic, Alpe d'Huez is well suited for beginner and intermediate skiers.
- Ближайшие аэропорты:Grenoble
- Ближайшая ж/д станция:Grenoble
- телефон для информации:+33476803541
- Страница информации о курорте:www.alpedhuez.com
- Жилье на склоне:да
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Latest Snow Reportview full snow report
- Issued:15 Feb
- Last Snowfall:11 February 2019
- Snow Depth (upper):180cm
- Snow Depth (lower):150cm
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Visitor Reviews of Alpe d'Huez
Gary from United Kingdom writes:
Just come back from a weeks skiing and really enjoyed the cruising around the different villages and the main resort of Alpe d'Huez. But won't be going back as we'd completed it all in 4-5 days except for the Tunnel. But a great resort for beginners and families and those progressing onto the blues.
The Sarenne isn't 16km/10 miles long, it's 7 miles long and a third of it is a blue/green flat track at the end but it is a lovely run and wasn't mogully as I'd previously read.
Local food was really good especially the burgers at Smithys and the pizzas at Roti in Bergers. Watch being double charged at Chez Leo which was a nice chilled out bar but didn't go back after this.
Also the restaurant at the bottom of Font Froid is very good and the service and welcome you get is good too. The Scare Chair is fun but not for those with a faint heart.
The apres-ski is ok and the reason for the ok is that they are all spread around the slope. But, if like me, you don't mind walking then they are all good. We frequented Indiana & the Underground; both had Happy Hours, 8 Ball & O'Sharky's.
The €17.50 for the local tax is downlight robbery for a non-existent bus service in the evenings and also during the day. Due to the apres being all over the place it was a nightmare walking back with your skis. I honestly don't know what you get for this except for the clean paths
But we did have a great week