Discover Vaujany, a ski resort village for your skiing trips in Isère
Located in the Oisans mountain range at the gateway to the Écrins National Park, this ski resort has everything that a large one has to offer
Combining charm and authenticity, it has skilfully equipped the location with amenities for enjoyable stays in both winter and summer, appealing to young and old alike
Vaujany is also certified as a “Family Plus” destination, recognised for its hospitality and activities designed with children in mind: a crèche for infants 6 months and older, a day-care centre for the little ones and a children’s activity centre with free family events all year round.
Leisure activities for your skiing and summer holidays
Discover the region
You’re able to enjoy the Alpe d’Huez Grand Domaine ski area which encompasses the famous Pic Blanc and the “Sarenne” downhill ski slope – the longest in Europe: 16 km, 1,830m of vertical drop, providing an hour of downhill skiing for an average-level skier.
For beginners, the Oz-Vaujany ski pass offers the ideal opportunity for learning to ski on a manageable scale.
Cross-country skiers can reach the loop between Vaujany and Alpe d’Huez in the lakes area: where peaceful, untouched snow can be found.
The lake loop can also be enjoyed by pedestrians and pets which are allowed in the cable car.
Departing either from the slopes or from Vaujany, snowshoeing excursions can be arranged, with or without a guide
And if you like sled dogs,Team Ehawee those on the Oisans Ranch in Oz-en-Oisans will be sure to delight.
The cable car provides access to the lake area, ideal for a picnic lake-side after a stroll with the little ones. For sports enthusiasts, hiking or mountain biking – electrically-assisted or not – await, as well as a Via Ferrata at the La Fare Waterfall.
The mountain range is also a cyclist’s paradise owing to its proximity to the iconic Tour de France hills, including the “Croix de Fer” and “Le Glandon”.
For those who prefer slightly more tranquil activities, a visit to the bison farm in Allemont is a must, followed by a just as well-deserved break on the shores of Lake Verney, with a little canoe or pedal boat trip to revive the senses.
A little further along in the Bourg d’Oisans direction, you can go canyoning, paragliding, or take a stroll through the artisan village of Venosc (a 40-minute trip)
We remain at hand to give you directions to the various local sites during your stay