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Ski resorts

Alpe d’Huez

Famed as a key stop-off on the Tour de France, Alpe d'huez ski resort also has a proud winter sports heritage, earning it popularity among beginners and experts alike. Regularly ranked among the continent's best ski venues, this popular resort boasts more than 250km of runs and 84 lifts, making its terrain as accessible as it is varied.

This well-connected resort is easily accessed from Chambery and, a little further afield, Geneva. At Flybe, we run flights to all three of these airports from cities across the UK. Use the 'Book Now' tool on this page for more information on schedules and availability.

Alpe d'Huez: A Beginner's Paradise

Located in the scenic Grandes Rousses massif, there are few better venues on the continent to start exploring one of the world’s most thrilling winter sports than the Alpe d'Huez ski resort. Widely regarded as a paradise for novices, it boasts a range of nursery slopes, located atop those immediately above the town. Enjoying year-round sunshine, it is a popular haunt among Brits attracted by its independent ski schools and quality snow coverage. Of a more intermediate or advanced level? You'll also find plenty to enjoy among the terrain at Alpe d'Huez ski resort, which covers a breathtaking 250km of runs, served by 84 ski lifts. With two terrain parks and a snowcross course - regularly used to host international competitions - the sheer variety of the activities on offer keeps British skiers coming back year after year.

Apres Ski Fun at Alpe d'Huez

A purpose-built resort filled with quaint architecture, the town is divided into four quarters, offering myriad ways to kick back after a day on the slopes. The old village area is popular among diners keen to sample traditional French fare, while the taverns and bars dotted across the resort offer more varied cuisine. Elsewhere, the town is home to numerous lively bars, including a smattering of British-run establishments in chalet hotels. Still not had your fill of thrills from the slopes? Then why not take a helicopter excursion to the nearby Les deux-Alpes resort?

Whatever you're looking for from a ski holiday, you're sure to find it at Alpe d'huez ski resort. So why not book a flight to Chambery or Geneva with Flybe and start planning your next ski break today?

Quick facts
Resort altitude 1860m
Highest lift 3330m
Vertical drop 2230m
Ski-in/ski-out 3*
Total pistes 249km
Nursery areas 2
Pistes: Beg/Inter/Adv 32/36/17
Funiculars/cable cars 0/6
Gondolas/chairs 10/25
Drags 40
Parks 2
Pipes 1
Night-skiing Yes
Summer skiing No
Environmental rating 2*
Glühwein factor 3*
Cost indicator £££££
Lift pass prices
Day €34.50 - €43.00
Week (6 days) €194.50 - €218.50
Season €646.00 - €830.00
Transfer times
Chambery airport - 1.5 hours
Geneva airport - 3 hours