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Oz 3300 Ski Resort
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Alpe d'Huez Ski Resort
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Alpe d'Huez Ski Resort
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Oz 3300

Thinking of skiing in Oz 3300? 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.

Why Oz 3300 (formerly Oz-en-Oisans) Ski Resort?

  • It’s part of a massive snow-sure ski area
  • It’s an ideal small and friendly resort for families and those seeking a peaceful base
  • It’s very convenient - all services are within short walking distance

Featured in The Guardian by Sam Haddad, 'A family-friendly ski resort with amazing slopes'

Oz 3300 Information

It was one of the last resorts to be built in the Alps (1989), and although purpose-built, it has a traditional village atmosphere with attractive chalets and apartment blocks built predominantly of wood and stone.

Located between the Belledonne and Grandes Rousses mountain ranges, Oz 3300 is made up of 10 hamlets plus the resort of Oz Station itself, reaching altitudes of between 800m and 1350m. The hamlets, Oz Village, le Roberand, le Bessey, Sardonne, l’Ile d’Oz, le Boulangeard, le Pontonnier, la Beurrière, la Voûte, le Pré de l’Arche and l'Enversin are so widely scattered they make Oz one of the largest municipalities in the Oisans.

Well-designed and traffic-free (there is extensive underground parking), Oz 3300 is safe for children and much quieter than the bustling nearby resort complex of Alpe d’Huez.

The ski school, nursery slopes, main gondola lift, bars, restaurants, sports shops, supermarket, nursery and ice rink are all within a short walking distance of each other in Oz ski resort. This makes Oz 3300 the ideal resort for a hassle-free family holiday.

Discover what Oz 3300 has to offer at the weekly tourist office’s mulled-wine welcome drink and presentation. Après-ski activities include ice skating, snowshoe excursions, a cinema, and children’s tournaments (making snowmen, tobogganing etc…).


Part of the massive and snow-sure Grand Domaine /Alpe d'Huez ski area, Oz 3300 (formely Oz-en-Oisans) offers world-class skiing on 250km of pistes. It has two gondolas that take you onto the higher slopes in no time: one goes to Alpette above Vaujany, where there are further beginner slopes; the other continues in two stages to the heart of the Alpe d'Huez ski area.

Already equipped with one of the largest snow production plants, the area now has a second automatic unit supplying a further 75km of slopes via 923 snow cannons. It's pretty extensive and covers the main runs above Alpe d'Huez, Vaujany and Oz.

From the summit of the Pic Blanc ski area (3300m) there are superb views of the surrounding mountains across to Italy and the Massif Central.

What helps makes this area so satisfying is that fact that its extensive slopes face in so many different directions, enabling skiers to always find the best snow and conditions by simply following the sun! The Grand Domaine is made up of four sectors: three in Alpe d’Huez plus the Vaujany/Oz sector, which consists of largely north-west facing slopes.

Oz has long been the starting point for climbs of the Massif des Grandes Rousses remains at the heart of Oisans, a country of mountains.

The resort provides access to 240km of slopes at altitudes of between 1100m and 3330m. Experts can take a series of black and red runs from the Pic Blanc at 3300m down to Vaujany village (you can catch the gondolas back up to get back to Oz).

The skiing and snowboarding in Oz is spectacular, with fantastic views all round from glaciers and forests to villages nestling in the valleys below. You can ski back home on a choice of gentle blue or red slopes.

The local Vaujany/Oz ski area on the west side extends from Oz to Vaujany and Alpe d 'Huez on 70km of runs from 1100m in altitude to 2800m. It’s a particularly sunny part of the ski region. Thanks to the tree-lined slopes, the terrain above Oz is probably the best area for skiing when snow is actually falling.

Additional ski fact info, main ski info in resort facts box at top of page (23/24):

Vaujany/Oz 3300 local area 53km - 21 lifts (9 gondola, 3 chairlift, 7 draglift, 2 carpet), 30 slopes:

Green slopes: 7
Blue slopes: 10
Red slopes: 11
Black slopes: 1



There are some nursery slopes at the base of the mountain and further green runs at the top of the Alpette gondola. Take the Poutran gondola (1 and 2) to Alpe d’Huez where you’ll find no fewer than 20 green runs spread along the mountainside right above Alpe d’Huez. This is a pretty impressive area for beginners! There’s a blue run (Les Chevreuils) down to the resort of Oz, and thanks to snowmaking it’s usually no problem to ski back to the resort.


Directly above Oz there are some enjoyable red runs - or you could try the blue runs at Vaujany’s Mont Frais area just off the top of the Alpette gondola. There are plenty of intermediate runs towards Alpe d’Huez and in the Signal area. The variety of intermediate slopes is quite vast and in good snow conditions difficult to beat.


The Grand Domaine is also home to many black pistes as you move towards Alpe d’Huez. There are quite a few at Pic Blanc, the highest point at 3330m. Don’t leave without trying the longest black run in the Alps – the Sarenne over on the other side of Alpe d’Huez. It’s a whopping 16km in length. You can ski this run by moonlight with a guide.

For what is one of the biggest vertical drops in the world, you can ski all the way from the Pic Blanc to Oz (2205m) without taking a single lift - a dream for the most demanding skiers.

First check out the panorama from Pic Blanc at 3330m, where it’s said you can see one-fifth of France. Then gather your courage for the legendary Tunnel black run before skiing between the rocky outcrops of the Les Rousses red run.  Glide across the Alpette plateau and the gentle Chalets blue run before dropping onto the black La Fare run and its forested descent all the way down to L’Enversin d’Oz at 1125m.


Off-piste enthusiasts have an immense choice too, including a run with a vertical drop of 2600 metres.

Oz 3300 ski hire & lift passes (pre-bookable)

Pre-book your 6 day+ Oz 3300 ski hire and/or Oz 3300 lift pass with Peak Retreats.

To download the ski extras form see 'Helpful links' further down the page. Please note that prices are for indication only. They will fluctuate based on Euro/£ exchange rate. Please call us for the latest prices.

Other lift passes are available to buy in the resort such as half or full-day passes (for those who only wish to ski the odd day) or one-use lift passes for pedestrians. Some resorts also offer specific beginner area passes and cross country passes.

Oz 3300 group and private ski school (not pre-bookable)

Contact Oz 3300 for group or private lessons as Peak Retreats cannot pre-book lessons in this resort - 0033 4 76 80 74 93

Oz 3300 childcare (not pre-bookable)

Childcare from 6 months-6 years (non-skiers)

The qualified staff will welcome your toddlers in a space specially arranged, in a good environment in the heart of the resort.

The Daycare opens its doors to children from 6 months to less than 6 years old, Half-day or all-day. Meals, brought by parents, can be taken on site for full day package.

For children from 3 years old, the Halte-Garderie operates in combined with the Ski School (ESF), to offer them an initiation skiing through activities of awakening and discovery of sensations of sliding.

Approved PMI, the Halte-Garderie is a collective structure and this
fact, the entry of the child is conditional on the respect of the obligations
vaccines (see rules of procedure). The health card or the card of Up-to-date vaccinations must be submitted when registration.

Please contact direct as we cannot pre-book this kids club - 0033 476 80 75 06

It is advisable to book before you go and in good time as spaces get filled quickly, especially in Peak times. A childhood vaccination record will be needed. 

Babysitters (not pre-bookable)

A list of babysitters is available from the tourist office.

Top winter activities to experience in Oz 3300!

Please note Peak Retreats do not book any activities and most activities are payable.

Snowsport activities:

Dogsledding for little mushers
3-8 year olds can try out a sled specially designed for them and learn how to drive their very own team of dogs

Sunset skiing experience
Descend from the Dôme des Rousses (2800m) with a dedicated guide, and see the sun set over the mountains.

Cross country skiing
"Boucle des Lacs" winter trail:
Enjoy cross-country skiing on this track, starting from Oz Station.
"Boucle de Poutran" winter trail:
Enjoy cross-country skiing on the Poutran track.

Winter mountaineering with Bureau des Guides
Destination: the high mountain! Let yourself be guided by a professional to discover the peaks of Oisans.
3 classic climbs to discover during 1day, on the territory of Oisans:
- Le Râteau Ouest (3769m)
- Pic de La Grave (3667m)
- Le Pic Bayle (3465m)
And 2 more serious climbs of the Ecrins massif:
- La Goulotte Fantomas
- La Goulotte Allera-Pelatan
Tariffs - outings by the day or half day. Rates upon request from the Bureau des Guides.

Ice climbing introduction
Discover the ephemeral world of ice in the Grandes Rousses mountain range with the mountain guides. From Oz en Oisans, thanks to Poutran cable car, you can enjoy climbing the ice falls situated at less than a 20-minute walk.
Beautiful ice sculptures adapted to a discovery of ice climbing. No prerequisites.

Alain Hilion organises snow-shoes hikes according to your wishes and your level to discover the Grandes Rousses massif. Ask for his programme at the Tourist Office.

"L'Alpette" winter trail
A walk offering a 100% change of scenery, just a few minutes away from Oz! Accessible to all, this track is signposted and entirely secured. All along the circuit, enjoy the stunning panorama over Belledonne and Grandes Rousses mountain ranges.
The starting point of the hike is easily accessible from Oz en Oisans resort by taking the Poutran or the Alpette cable car. In just a few minutes, you find yourself at 2000 m of altitude, on the magnificent Lakes Plateau. Parallel to the cross-country track and close to the ski slopes, the Alpette walk allows you to join your friends, skiers or snowboarders.

Ski touring with the Mountain Guides
The Guides Office offers you ski touring trips of all levels. From the initiation, passing through the most prestigious raids, explore the high mountains universe by ski and sealskins, either for a day or for several days with night(s) in shelter(s).
Led by a professional, discover the Grandes Rousses mountain range in a different way!
Introduction to ski touring, 1/2 day:
- A ski run or an off pist to warm up
- An easy ascent
- A real summit as a goal
- A freeride descent to finish the best way!
Ski touring in the Grandes Rousses mountain range:
- Initiation at Grandes Buffles
- The famous Traversée Intégrale des Rousses in the day
- Pic de l'Etendard...

Snowga Yoga                                                                                                                                              Practice your balancing and co-ordination skills on the snow before your day on the slopes, while taking in the breath-taking views at an altitude of 2,000m. 

Dog sledging
Lovers of nature and animals? Share a wonderful moment with Barbara, Erwin and their huskies at a dog sledge baptism. Learn with them the specificities of these dogs full of energy, and the art of driving a sledge! Discover the world of dog sledging in the beautiful forests of the resort, accompanied by a qualified musher. During the winter, enjoy a wonderful family adventure with Siberian Huskies. A 35-minute ride awaits you from the resort. Reservation required.

Alternative sliding
Discover new fun ways to slide on snow. Every week, the resort provides you with various alternative sliding devices free of charge. Airboard, Yonner, Snow skate, Dual, Trikke Skki, Evo snow... everything you need to have fun! Accessible to all ages.
Come and enjoy new thrills and chills! Free of charge

Other activities:

Board games
Board games borrow, for kids and adults. Free of charge. From the tourist office.

Les Cristaux Swimming pool
Indoor swimming pool, heated to 28°C, open to all. Spa area with bubbling baths and jet stream. Terrace/solarium. The sauna and hammam will relax and invigorate you (age: over 16).
Large glassed wall with a view over the mountains. Solarium terrace. Aquagym courses every week.
Zen evening on Tuesdays (8.30pm-10pm): access to the sauna and hammam, relaxing music and herbal tea
Pool Party evening on Thursday (21h-23h): swimming in music, the cocktail of the day included in the entry price
Facilities and services open to everyone. Swimming short forbidden

Ski repairs workshop
Discover how skis are being repaired! Jérôme welcomes you to his workshop in La Cabane à skis and explains the steps to maintain your skis. Free of charge. On registration, limited places

Please note: All the above information is for information only. For the most up-to-date information please visit the resort tourist office website. All prices for activities are in local currency (€ Euros) and are bookable and payable locally in resort.

Oz 3300 Tourist Office

Office de Tourisme 38114 Oz 3300
Tel +33 476 80 78 01

Oz 3300/Alpe d'Huez News and Events 2022/23

  • Do your kids fancy themselves as mini mushers? 3-8 year olds can now try out a sled specially designed for them, and learn from the pros how to drive their very own team of dogs.
  • Sunset Skiing Experience -  Descend from the Dôme des Rousses at 2800m, with your dedicated guide, and watch the sun set over the mountains as you glide your way back to the resort
  • Alpe d'Huez, over the next few years, is investing 350 million Euros into upgrading the ski resort and ski area. The flagship project will be to build a gondola link between Alpe d’Huez and Les 2 Alpes, which will create one of the largest linked ski areas in the world (475km). It will be larger, currently, than Tignes-Val d'Isere and Paradiski. The cable car that will cross the valley is planned to take 18 minutes. Starting at 2200m in the area Signal de l’Homme, the cable car will cross the valley passing over Freney-d’Oisans to Mont-de-Lans in Les 2 Alpes.

Events taking place in the 2022/23 season:

  • Mogul Ski World Cup 16th-17th December 2022 - the best freestylers from around the world will be there to offer you an extraordinary show! 2 events are on the program: single bumps and parallel bumps.
  • Alpe d'Huez Cup 7th-8th January 2023 - they are between 9 and 16 years old and the track is their playground. Technical, mastery, endurance, concentration ... These seeds of champions, nearly 800, leave nothing to chance and take advantage of the Alpe d'Huez Cup to evaluate their level on a giant slalom. 
  • Long cross country ski race 15th January 2023 - the fourth edition of the Alpe d'Huez Ski Marathon is organized by Ski Nordique Oisans, the event is recognized as being difficult with different parameters such as altitude, vertical drop and the environment in which the runners evolve. Two events are offered: 10 km and 30 km, the queen event.
  • 16th International Comedy Film Festival 16th-22nd January 2023 - this is a unique event that promotes comedy films in France. The Festival is well established and renowned for spotting talent and movie premières that often, after screening in Alpe d'Huez, go on to be blockbusters like "Bienvenue Chez les Ch'tis, Taxi."
  • Les Cristaux by Atomic & Vola 4th-5th March 2023 - it is in a friendly but sporting atmosphere that 650 children will compete in the various ski disciplines. Accompanied by parents and coaches, these future seeds of champions from 4 to 12 years old will give everything to win the podium.
  • Derby du Loup 11th March 2023 - every winter since 2015, the ultimate event in Alpe d'Huez has taken place: the Derby du Loup. With a departure from the summit of the Pic Blanc at 3,330 meters above sea level, snow sports enthusiasts of all kinds are timed along a course marked out for the occasion in an off-piste route with a 1,500m drop... Pure happiness!
  • Tomorrowland 18th-25th March 2023 - all the best DJs on the planet meet in Alpe d'Huez for a third edition of Tomorrowland Winter. The biggest electro music festival in the world is back even stronger with a new program and some nice surprises. What to take full eyes and ears.
  • Comic Festival 7th-9th April 2023 - organized with Éditions Glénat, the Alpe d'Huez comic book festival transforms "L'Île au Soleil" into "Île aux Bulles", for a new encounter between the mountains and the authors.
  • Coupe de la Fédération 8th-9th April 2023 - the French Ski Federation and Alpe d'Huez, in partnership with SAMSE and the support of Dauphiné Libéré - Ski Chrono, are organizing the Federation Cup to promote competitive alpine skiing in France. An alternative to the French Championships, this national ski event is open to licensed competitors aged 13 to 30 Giant Slalom and Slalom KO System events (knockout duel)

Further details can be found on the tourist office website:

Aprés-ski, Restaurants & Bars

7 restaurants and 5 more on the slopes, a couple of bars. Other restaurants and bars in the surrounding hamlets (3). More lively après ski at Alpe d’Huez.

You will find the restaurants in Oz en Oisans are usually cheaper than in Alpe d'Huez

Restaurants in Oz 3300

Ello Restaurant-Crêperie-Pizzeria

Ello Restaurant-Crêperie-Pizzeria proposes a wide selection of pizzas and pancakes, as well as mountain specialties. 
Open daily.

Booking: 0033 4 76 79 88 05

Le Poutran Restaurant  

Le Poutran restaurant offers a wide selection of pizzas, onsite or to take away. Enjoy typical mountain dishes in a family atmosphere.

Booking: 0033 4 76 80 78 03

La Causerie Snack-Bar-Restaurant

Located in the heart of the pedestrian centre of the resort, Restaurant La Causerie welcomes you in a warm and family atmosphere. Fast food, regional specialties, takeaways.
Open daily from 8am to 10.30pm.

Booking: 0033 4 76 79 87 86

Le Hors Piste Restaurant

Le Hors Piste Restaurant, furnished in a rustic style, offers a wide variety of regional, French and international specialties including tasty vegetarian dishes. Enjoy the culinary delights prepared by our chef and his team, in a warm and cosy atmosphere.

Open daily from 6.30pm onwards.

Booking: 0033 4 76 79 42 40 

La Potée Oz Restaurant

How about a tasty hot chocolate, or a typical mountain meal after a day of skiing? Check out La Potée Oz restaurant.

Open daily.

Booking: 0033 4 76 11 09 24

Oz 3300 Altitude restaurants 

Le Perce Neige Restaurant

After a beautiful descent in the Combe de Poutran, sit around the fireplace or on the sheltered terrace to try out our regional specialities.

Open daily from 9am to 4.30pm.

Booking: 0033 4 76 80 69 67

Auberge de l'Alpette

Family restaurant. Fast food at any time, traditional cuisine, specialities of the Oisans region. A stunning view and warm atmosphere.

Booking: 0033 4 76 80 70 00

La Grange Restaurant

Mountain chalet, warm and family atmosphere, home-made dishes, pizzas and desserts. Access by ski or by the Alpette cable car or Vaujany gondola, as well as on foot from Alpe d'Huez, by the lakes circuit.

Open daily from 9am to 4.30pm.

Booking: 0033 4 76 11 03 66

La P'Oz Chez Passoud Restaurant

At the junction of the Alpette slopes, you'll find a winter snack bar and traditional restaurant during the summer. Enjoy panoramic views looking over the cross country ski run circuit and pedestrian trails.

Open daily from 10am to 3.30pm.

Booking: 0033 4 76 80 78 96

Restaurant Le Chalet d'Oz  

On the Olmet run, on the line 2100-Oz resort, a little restaurant in a mountain tradition, facing the superb Belledonne mountain. Warm welcome, specialities to be discovered in a quiet setting along the edge of the ski runs.

Open daily from 9am to 5pm.

Booking: 0033 4 76 80 33 04

Folie Douce Alpe d'Huez (alongside Val d'Isere, Val Thorens and Meribel). La Folie Douce concept was created over 30 years ago by Luc Reversade and has become synonymous with apres ski across the French Alps. Each venue has a restaurant  - La Fruitiere - which serves up great food but La Folie Douce is best known for putting on a massive party on the mountain. The new Folie Douce will open at the top of the Marmottes lift in Alpe d'

Oz 3300 Amenities

Oz 3300 is served by a range of amenities including general food store, bakers, newsagents/tobacconist, cashpoint (ATM 24hr/24hr), web access with French phone cards. Laundry available in resort open 7/7.

10km at Allemont there is a pharmacy & doctor. In Bourg d’Oisans 20km away there is a dentist and veterinary clinic.

Wireless broadband access in the heart of the resort.

Getting to Oz 3300, France

By Road: 

Distance from Calais to Oz 3300 566 miles (8hrs) A26 Reims, Dijon then A6 Maçon, Lyon then A432/A48 Grenoble, then take the D5/N91 in the direction of Les Deux Alpes then turn onto the D44 following signs for Oz.

By Rail:

Nearest station Grenoble (55k) +33 892 35 35 39. Direct link from Grenoble bus station to resort Saturdays only. Daily coach service from Grenoble bus station to Rochetaillée, then free shuttle bus to resort.


Grenoble Saint-Georis is 95km from Oz en Oisans (1 hour)

Regular bus service from Grenoble Saint-Georgis and Grenoble bus station – Autocaars Monnet +33 476 93 40 00

Chambery is 116km from Oz (1 ½ hours)

Lyon Saint Exupéry is 145km from Oz en Oisans (2 hours)

Geneva Airport is 195km from Oz en Oisans (2 ¼ hours)

Turin Airport is 198km from Oz (2 ½ hours)

Grenoble bus station 50 meters from the railway station and arrival station of the buses from the airports of Grenoble and Isere Lyon St Exupéry.

Direct Bus

Every Saturday during the winter season, direct buses serve Oz Oz and Village Resort
(Line # 3080) - Transisère: Tel: 0 820 08 38 38

Bus with correspondence:
Daily liaison with coaches between Grenoble and Allemont or Rochetaillée (10 km from Oz Station)
(line 3000). Then free shuttle to Oz Station.

Information line 3000
Transisère: Tel: 0 820 08 38 38

Oz 3300 Airport Transfer

For pre-bookable private transfer rates with Peak Retreats, view here

Oz 3300 Opening Dates

Oz en Oisans ski area is open: 10/12/22 - 16/04/23

Special Offers
* Special offers applicable to accommodation cost only, not to travel or ski extras

Accommodation in Oz 3300

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