Between tradition and modernity


Located opposite the superb Massif des Grandes Rousses, at an altitude of 1250m, Vaujany has all the charm and character of an authentic mountain village. A dream village resort, Vaujany combines the beauty and humanity of a village in Oisans with the facilities of a large resort: leisure center with 25-meter swimming pool, relaxation area, indoor Olympic ice rink, bowling, free covered parking, motorhome area, daycare from 6 months, escalator to move freely between neighborhoods. Between tradition and modernity, Vaujany has managed to preserve all its charm year after year: stroll through its small streets, discover the fountain, a farm or its authentic church or take advantage of the most efficient equipment for skiing, skating or even hiking in the heart of a grand landscapes, in a smiling and preserved nature.

The charm of our mountains


The charm of our mountains The Vaujany ski area is part of the Alpe d’Huez large ski area, one of the most beautiful areas in the Alps, with its 250 kilometers of slopes and 800 skiable hectares The mountain offers itself to you, from the beginner to the experienced skier, from relaxing skiing to very sporty skiing, with friends or family, skiing, snowboarding on foot or on snowshoes … all the possibilities await you! From the resort, you can quickly reach the Alpette plateau at an altitude of 2100m by cable car, the gateway to the whole of Alpe d’Huez Grand domaine. Take more altitude (2800m) and you will enjoy abundant and guaranteed snow and breathtaking landscapes: eternal glaciers, expanses of powder as far as the eye can see and take advantage of several possibilities to ski down (from 1700 to 1400 m of difference in height without using ski lifts) Continue to the summit of Pic Blanc, culminating at 3330 meters, and enjoy a grand panorama, classified 3 stars in the Michelin Guide, over the Ecrins National Park and its prestigious peaks, the Rateau, the Meije, the Muzelle, the Aiguilles d’Arves, the Belledonne chain and Mont Blanc and ski down the legendary Sarennes piste: the longest marked piste in the world.