Perched at an altitude of 1600 m on the southern slopes of the Grandes Rousses, Auris-en-Oisans is part of the Alpe d’Huez Grand Domaine.

South-facing and with magnificent views over the Meije and its glaciers, the slopes offer quality skiing throughout the season and a fast link to Alpe d’Huez using the Alpe-Auris chairlift.

Alpe d’Huez grand domaine

La cabine du Pic Blanc
La cabine du Pic Blanc

This enables everyone to take advantage of an internationally-renowned skiing area, whilst enjoying the benefits of a lower-key, family resort. From the Pic Blanc, its highest point at 3,330 m, right down to the snow front in the resort, everyone can indulge in their favourite sport.


Auris has its own skiing area featuring 19 runs and 12 ski-lifts, so plenty to fill your days out on the slopes.

Jacques le Bucheron piste

Do you know the famous Jacques Le Bucheron piste in Auris, featuring brightly coloured modules for a fun ride down? This is the place to come for whoops, moguls, banked turns, tunnels, slalom, pipe, canyon, figurines and photo points.


Auris has its own beginner’s area for learning how to ski in complete peace of mind. The snow front has been redesigned, with 2 conveyor belts installed for easy learning.
Consider purchasing a “première glisseski pass.

Espace débutants de la station d'Auris
Beginners area

free-ride Area

Auris also has its own secured free-ride area. Come and enjoy!


Alpe d’Huez Grand Domaine Piste Map

Discover all possible packages on the Auris website. Family, beginner, student, and many other packages


Discover all possible ski passes on the Auris website. Family, beginner, student and many others… Take your pick.