Skiing at night is a bit like skiing in another dimension. The excitement is new and different and your senses are on high alert. Night-time skiing is one of the many unmissable, out-of-the-ordinary moments to experience during a winter sports holiday.
Explore the most incredible night-time skiing sites in Isère, Alpe d’Huez, Vaujany, Oz-en-Oisans, Auris-en-Oisans, Chamrousse, Le Collet d’Allevard, Lans-en-Vercors and more. All you need to do is choose where!
Reach for the stars with the Sarenne Sunset in Alpe d’Huez
Just as most people are heading home, or taking a break in the resort's centre where you can visit the shops, some are heading back up the mountain to experience a new adventure on Pic Blanc. There is one last cable car to go for admiring the sunset from high altitude on the Grandes Rousses mountain range.
Sarenne is THE longest black piste in the world. 16km of uninterrupted skiing and a 2,000m descent await skiers looking for out-of-the-ordinary experiences. Come along Tuesday evenings for the last cable car and the downhill run you won't forget.More infos
Skiing over the city
Looking for a unique atmosphere? Like the unique idea of skiing above the city lights and taking advantage of the fresh air and the invigorating effect of the mountains? You can relax - you have found the place to be! The Olympic resort of Chamrousse gives you the opportunity to experience winter sports and excitement, all with a view over the mountains of Isère. Remember to bring your smartphone as it is the perfect spot for Instagram-worthy photos.More infos
Le Collet d’Allevard, the connected ski area of night-time skiing
Located in the far north of the Belledonne mountain range where Grenoble, Chambéry and Albertville meet, Le Collet d’Allevard, the famous night-time ski area, has been developing each year. Today it has 15km of pistes linking the resort to the ski area’s summit at an altitude of 2,100m. Le Collet has a ski area connected by 3 chair lifts and a ski-tow. The lighting is all LED which is more efficient and environmentally-friendly.More informations
Night-time skiing in Vaujany is held on Tuesdays. It moves on to neighbouring Oz-en-Oisans on Wednesdays!
When the sun’s rays are low in the sky, enjoy a descent from the Dôme des Rousses to the villages of Vaujany or Oz-en-Oisans. Supervised by ski patrollers from the Oz/Vaujany ski areas, experience a breath-taking descent. Share a moment of friendship around a small snack made from local produce. It is an opportunity to find out about the work the ski patrollers do and to capture magical moments on your smartphone forever. Just simply enjoy the awe-inspiring surrounding countryside.
Even small children and beginners can try night-time skiing on the snow front, an experience that everyone will remember for a long time to come.More information