Oz and Vaujany are two resort villages less than an hour's drive from Grenoble in the Isère region of the French Alps. They are united into a single ski resort that is connected to the large ski area of Alpe d'Huez. Oz and Vaujany are authentic mountain villages that offer tradition and modernity at the same time.
Their ski area is varied and suitable for all types of skier. The slopes wind through the pine tree forest facing the majestic Belledonne and Grandes Rousses mountain ranges. Access to Alpe d'Huez is easy and fast. The return to the resort is on long blue and red runs. Oz-Vaujany is a 'doorstep skiing' resort that is ideal for families.
Non-skiers will also enjoy themselves with with many other mountain activities available: hiking tours, snowshoeing, ice skating and more.
- Maximum altitude: 2800 m
- Minimum altitude: 1250 m
- Number of ski lifts: 18 (cable cars: 2, gondola lifts: 6, chairlifts: 3, drag lifts: 7)
- Number of ski runs: 30 (black: 2, red: 10, blue: 12, green: 6)
- Total distance: 75 km
- Dedicated activity areas: 2 (snow park: 2)
- Piste map
- Grenoble to Oz-Vaujany: 50 kilometres (31 miles). Estimated time: 59 minutes
- Chambéry to Oz-Vaujany: 105 kilometres (65 miles). Estimated time: 1 hour 40 minutes
- Lyon to Oz-Vaujany: 158 kilometres (98 miles). Estimated time: 2 hours 5 minutes