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Alpe d'Huez, Oz, Vaujany, Auris & VR 2018-19.

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@skitow, you can ski in Oz & Vaujany but you have to drive there and go to ski pass office with your season pass to get a day pass.
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Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
@Bjorn_again_Daehlie, the whole site looks amazing. I had some training today for the ticketing and bracelet system. There is so much on. I'll have to make do with the free welcome party on Tuesday in Oz, Villard and Auris.

Enjoy Smile
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Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Alpinebear wrote:
@skitow, you can ski in Oz & Vaujany but you have to drive there and go to ski pass office with your season pass to get a day pass.


OK thanks. I don't have to drive to Auris and Villard as well do I ? Bit of ski touring will do me good anyway Laughing
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@skitow, just go to the ski pass office in Alpe d'Huez with your season pass and ask for a day pass for villard or Auris
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 Anyway, snowHeads is much more fun if you do.
Anyway, snowHeads is much more fun if you do.
Alpinebear wrote:
@skitow, just go to the ski pass office in Alpe d'Huez with your season pass and ask for a day pass for villard or Auris


Will that let me up the signal lift or on the alpauris ? Walking up the signal is not really a problem, off piste down to the sarenne from the road is a bit more technical and I would not be keen on the climb back Laughing
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@Alpinebear,
Actually I have just read the mail that your employers have sent me, it explains everything Embarassed

Du 12 au 15 mars:

L'accès au domaine skiable de l'Alpe d'Huez sera possible avec un pass festival Tomorrowland Winter.

Vous n’avez pas de pass Tomorrowland ? Sur présentation de votre forfait saison/année 18/19 aux caisses, vous pouvez récupérer un forfait gratuit journée ou séjour, nominatif avec photo, vous permettant de skier au choix :

à Sur Auris : au départ de l'Alpauris ou de la station d'Auris (forfait gratuit à venir récupérer aux caisses de l'Alpe d'Huez ou d'Auris)
à Sur Villard-reculas : au départ de la Grande Sûre ou de la station de Villard-Reculas (forfait gratuit à récupérer aux caisses de l'Alpe d'Huez ou de Villard-Reculas)
à Sur Oz-Vaujany : au départ de l'une de ces deux stations (forfait gratuit à venir récupérer aux caisses SPL de Oz ou Vaujany)
Les forfaits saison sectoriels Auris restent valides sans passage en caisse.

Pour ceux qui n'ont pas de forfait saison, des forfaits sectoriels Auris et Villard-Reculas seront disponibles à la vente aux caisses de la SATA.



Votre forfait saison/année fonctionnera-t-il avec la grande galaxie?

L'accès aux autres stations "grande galaxie" ne sera pas valide du mardi 12 au vendredi 15 mars 2019.



Qu'en est-il du transport urbain en remontées mécaniques sur la station?

Les conditions d'accès au Télé-village, Télécentre et à l'Alpe Express restent inchangées du 9 au 11 mars.

Pour fluidifier la circulation pendant le festival ces installations passeront en accès libre du 12 au 15 mars
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Then you can post your own questions or snow reports...
Nice to buy my ski pass off a Snowhead today.

Good to meet you Alpine Bear.
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 After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
@craigjbarker, enjoy your week with your razor sharp edges! Have fun
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im looking to book up my ski trips next year
we do 2 weeks at xmas and new year, week at hakf term feb and 2 weeks at the easter holidays.
How much is an early bird season pass?
Ive not been to ADH for over 20 years and im guessing its chaged massively(not that i remember much from back then other than bar called crowded house)
how bad is the slush in april with it being south facing?
what other areas can be skied on the season pass?
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€600 this year. You get some days at L2A, Montgenevre, Via Lattea and Puy. Can’t remember exactly how many, I think it was fewer this year than previously. The lowest S facing slopes are prone to slushiness at the seasons end, but above 2000m generally not that bad. If you can wait till Easter I’ll give you an update for this season.

I generally ski around 30 days a season (if I get it right) and it remains interesting after 5 years. We stay in Vaujany which is low key, general updating regarding lifts rather than a massive change seems more the way.
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Petere wrote:
€600 this year. You get some days at L2A, Montgenevre, Via Lattea and Puy. Can’t remember exactly how many, I think it was fewer this year than previously. The lowest S facing slopes are prone to slushiness at the seasons end, but above 2000m generally not that bad. If you can wait till Easter I’ll give you an update for this season.

I generally ski around 30 days a season (if I get it right) and it remains interesting after 5 years. We stay in Vaujany which is low key, general updating regarding lifts rather than a massive change seems more the way.


im not a mileage cruncher as such, im more of an adventure skier, freeriding, touring, skimo and even some ice climbing. I do like piste skiing aswell though. Im 100% positive i could ski the rest of my days at ADH and not be bored. The Pic Blanc looks interesting in the right conditions.
That was my thoughts with it being a high resort and a high top lift theres plenty of altitude to keep the temps lower.
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And love to help out and answer questions and of course, read each other's snow reports.
@Mother hucker, The 600€ is for buying before end September. It goes up in a couple of stages after that. 272€ for 6 days makes the season pass a no brainer if you are going to be there for 2 weeks or more. Here is the "extras" card for this year. If you have not been to Alpe d'Huez for 20 years then yes, lots of changed lifts but the basic layout not that different.

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So if you're just off somewhere snowy come back and post a snow report of your own and we'll all love you very much
@skitow, when do they go on sale?
ive requested to book an apartment on hoildaylettings near the round about. hows that for locality?
i dont recall the roundabout being there back then.
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 You know it makes sense.
You know it makes sense.
[quote="Mother hucker"]@skitow, when do they go on sale?

ive requested to book an apartment on hoildaylettings near the round about. hows that for locality?
i dont recall the roundabout being there back then.[/quote

Early summer as I remember, but @Alpinebear is your man, he works for them Laughing

Er there are several roundabouts now Laughing but to be honest Alpe d'Huez is pretty easy to get around, will get even easier as they replace the bucket lift through the centre and the lift from Huez. The ones from eclose have already been done. For me somewhere near the sports centre would be the best compromise.
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 Otherwise you'll just go on seeing the one name:
Otherwise you'll just go on seeing the one name:
i dont remember the bucket lift either
next to the swimming pool is the apartment.
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