Looking across the Altiport to Auris en Oisans. The Fontfroide chairlift can be seen running straight down the face of the mountain.
The road to Villard Reculas. The blue piste Chemin du Patre cuts out the steeper section of Villard red.
Outside Troncon I DMC lift. Lievre Blanc chairlift is in the foreground whilst Plat des Marmottes can be seen up and beyond.
Montfrais 1650 dominated by the heights of the Domes des Petites Rousses station at 2800m.
The view east across the resort from the wide sweeping piste of Stade. Speed is essential here to avoid poling along the flat Hirondelles.
Alpe d'Huez 1860 from Plat des Marmottes 2300. The first stop on the journey to Pic Blanc top station.
Another vista from Plat des Marmottes. Signal 2115 is straight ahead. This is the place for night skiing and paragliding.
Journey's start. The Marmottes I gondola in Quartier Les Bergers can get busy at peak times.
Looking up across the green pistes in front of the resort. Pic Blanc station is just visible centre top.
Les Bergers as seen from outside the VVF Vacances apartments. This quieter area is about a 10 minute walk from the centre.
Another day ends and the pistes are closed. High winds sweep newly fallen snow off the higher stations.
Arty Photo. Chairlifts through the town help skiers traverse between the east and west ends of the resort.
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