Oisans is a mountain with many faces.
It’s demanding in places, with its steep, sinuous paths leading to legendary passes: Glandon (1918 m.), Télégraphe (1568 m.), Gallibier (2642 m.) and La Croix de Fer (2068 m.).
Other parts are more accessible, with dozens of paths used by horse-riders and people on snowshoes.
Explore Oisans and hurtle down one of the longest black slopes in the world, the Sarenne on the side of l’Alpe d’Huez. Or take a quiet family stroll through one of the many villages, such as St Christophe en Oisans, Allemont or Villard Reculas.