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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.

The best resorts in Oisans

  • Montgenevre

    Thinking of skiing in Montgenevre? This historic ski resort sits on the Italian border, offering snowsure conditions, plenty of intermediate cruising and new facilities including nurseries & a cinema.

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  • Serre Chevalier

    Thinking of skiing in Serre Chevalier? Serre Chevalier is a friendly resort with a large sunny ski area and excellent snow record.

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  • Briancon

    Thinking of skiing in Briancon? Briancon is officially Europe's highest town and is an attractive destination for both skiers and non-skiers, with a large ski area and plenty to do off the slopes.

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  • Les Deux Alpes

    Thinking of skiing in Les Deux Alpes? Set high in picturesque Dauphiné (Southern Alps) surrounded by dramatic mountain scenery. The slopes are on both sides of the town - you’re never far from a lift.

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  • Vaujany

    Thinking of skiing in Vaujany? Vaujany has a long history as a traditional Alpine village. Part of the massive Alpe d'Huez ski area, offering world class skiing. One of the best resorts for children.

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  • Oz en Oisans

    Thinking of skiing in Oz-en-Oisans? Set amidst fir trees just above the village of Oz. Easy access from Grenoble by the main road, around 45 mins driving time. Part of a huge snow-sure ski area.

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  • Auris en Oisans

    Thinking of skiing in Auris-en-Oisans? Auris is a quiet, family-friendly resort which offers great value for money and skiing on sunny south facing slopes.

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  • Chamrousse

    Thinking of skiing in Chamrousse? Chamrousse is located just 30km from Grenoble and features a varied alpine ski area set among attractive fir trees.

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  • Venosc

    Thinking of skiing in Venosc? Venosc is a charming authentic mountain village in the Oisans region with access to high altitude skiing in snowsure Les Deux Alpes.

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