SKIing, enjoyment and snow cover guaranteed in Oz-en-Oisans
Oz-en-Oisans is a part of one of the biggest ski areas in France. Oz is connected to Alpe d’Huez Grand Domaine Ski, and has partnered with neighbouring resort Vaujany, to manage the ski lifts.
The highlights of the oz-Vaujany ski area
The slopes of Oz-Vaujany are on the west side of the Grandes Rousses mountains. The snow here is sheltered and so is guaranteed for the whole season. And the sunsets from the Dôme des Petites Rousses (2,800 m) are magical! The Oz-Vaujany ski area is a part of the Alpe d’Huez Grand Domaine Ski and has two main advantages: affordable ski passes because you’ll be skiing on a part of the Grand Domaine. And a variety of slopes ranging from an altitude of 2,800 m to 1,100 m!
Alpe d’Huez Grand Domaine Ski
One mountain chain, the Grandes Rousses, one ski area, Alpe d’Huez Grand Domaine Ski and several resorts. Of them, Oz and Vaujany, so if you want to, you can take your exploration even further and discover the other sides of the mountain (you can add a day onto your ski pass). The choice is yours: are you going on a small or a big skiing adventure today?
The resort of Oz-en-Oisans
A modestly-sized resort…
Oz is a family-friendly, “ski-in/ski-out” resort, with a warm atmosphere and small residences dressed in wood or stone, chalets and fir trees all around. And being a family-friendly resort means it’s a pedestrian-only resort: the centre of the resort is reserved for pedestrians. Children can have fun in complete safety, much to the delight of the parents.
Do you want to know more? Go to the Oz-en-Oisans website.