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Villard Reculas/Oz En Oisans

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We've skied the Grand Massif area four times, the last two using Samoens as a base and now fancy a change next year. We are intermediate skiers and we like a nice village in the evenings. We are considering Villard Reculas or Oz En Oisans next year and would be grateful for any comments on which one is easiest to link with Alpe D'Huez and which has a bit more going on in the evenings. Thanks
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I've stayed in Oz several times. It is certainly very quick and easy to link into the main skiing areas. There are two bubbles out of the village so you have a choice depending on where you want to ski. The village is effectively one car free strip with a few bars, shops and restaurants. There is a sledging slope. They do have one of those torchlit descent and vin chaud evenings. I wouldn't say the place was rocking but it's not dead. Never been to Villard. Would be imagine it's similar.
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We go to Villard Reculas every weekend for kids ski school. I love the village but it is very quiet. Next to the ski pass office there is ski shop, bar, restaurant, supermarket and not much else.

The ski lift takes you up to the top of Signal. Very easy to access the Villard Reculas slopes. The only downside is to get up towards the higher slopes you might get caught up in the queues on the other side for the DMC etc.
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Thanks for the replies and helpful information.
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