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With influences from both the northern and southern faces of the Alps - Provence/Cote d'Azur borders the south - L'Oisans with its spectacular peaks has been a centre for high Alpine tourism since the 19th century.


Spreading between Grenoble and Briançon, it is in the heart of the Parc National des Ecrins - one of France's greatest national parks. As well as its famous glaciers, it also boasts some of the highest peaks in the French Alps such as La Barre des Ecrins at 4102m and La Meije at 3983m. Some of the epic climbs of the Tour de France are held in the area each summer.


The skiing here is fabulous and in a dream setting. For those who enjoy off-piste skiing far from the crowds, the area offers endless possibilities in a wild, beautifully unspoilt mountainscape. There is a unique variety of challenging skiing, from steep slopes to glacial terrain and pristine forest.


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Les Deux Alpes
Set high up in the picturesque Dauphine region of the Southern Alps, Les Deux Alpes is surrounded by dramatic mountain scenery and the whole resort lies alongside the main slopes on both sides so you are never far from a lift. The impressive selection of bars, restaurants and shops is also spread over the mile long narrow stretch.
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Vaujany is a fairly new ski resort but has a long history as a traditional Alpine village. An integral part of the massive high altitude Alpe d'Huez ski area, it offers world class skiing. Located in the heart of Oisans, in the periphery Ecrins National Park and the ski resort of Massif des Grand Domaine / l'Alpe d'Huez.
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The resort of Oz en Oisans is set just above the pretty old village of Oz amidst fir trees. Oz was one of the last resorts to be built in the Alps (1989), and although purpose-built, it has a traditional village atmosphere with its attractive new chalets and apartment blocks built predominantly with wood and stone.
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Serre Chevalier is the resort name for the four main villages located in a sunny south-facing valley (300 days of sunshine per year) at the foot of the most beautiful peaks in the Ecrins National Park. All linked by 250 km of ski runs and local bus service, they stretch between the Lautaret pass and fortified Briancon, the highest town in Europe.
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Montgenèvre is an historic ski village in the Southern Alps which recently celebrated a century of winter sports. Sitting on the Italian border, it marked its snow sports centenary by returning some of the feel of the resort to the pre-car era, by diverting the cross-border road around the resort and revitalising the snow front.
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At 1326m officially Europe's highest town, Briançon does have a strong identity that goes beyond winter sports with lots of great shopping and other facilities to entice skiers and non-skiers alike. These include several museums, one specialising in ski history; a casino, several cinemas and a theatre. Dining choices are another strong point, with around 30 restaurants to choose from including the Michelin Guide rated Le Valentin.
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Chamrousse (NEW)
The resort of Chamrousse is located at the end of the Belledonne mountains, 30km away from Grenoble. The resort was built in the forest, offering an outstanding overview of the Grenoble valley. 2250 meters high, the Croix de Chamrousse is the highest point.
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Venosc is a small, authentic mountain village located in the Oisans region on the edge of the Ecrins National Park. Narrow cobblestone streets, old farm houses, chapels and fountains make up the charm of Venosc.
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