Guía de Estación de Esquí Oz en Oisans
Estadísticas de pistas
- Hectares de Pistas:-
- Cañones de nieve:Yes
- Medio caño:-
- Terrenos de Parques:1
- Esquí de travesía:50 km
Winter & summer Oz (Oz en Oisans) is traffic free. A great environment for families and friends to enjoy a break in the Alps as part of the Grand Domaine ski area (http://www.alpedhuez-granddomaine-ski.com/). The holiday village atmosphere is enhanced by the restaurants and shops lining the main village pedestrian street, which is regularly pisted. In winter Oz is ideal for learners, mixed ability groups, families and experts, skiers or boarders. The village has 3 easy lifts and green slopes at the front de neige, and 2 hi-speed telecabins to whisk the more experienced skiers high into the 10,000 hectares of exciting skiing, up to 3300m on the Sarenne glacier. Skiing home is by blues and reds with Roche Noire, an exciting black run as an alternative for experienced skiers and boarders. Everything in Oz is conveniently nearby, no buses or cars required and many residences are ski in and out. Oz has some lovely traditional restaurants, pizzerias and bars plus a night-club (Grotte du Yeti) for the younger generation. The local supermarket and ski shops are well stocked and friendly. There is a public swimming pool, ice skating and floodlit tobogganing and skiing on the village slopes. In Summer (July and August) Oz gives you easy access to tennis, volleyball, walking, mountain biking, fishing, horse riding and many more outdoor pursuits. The trails are well sign-posted and graded for all capabilities. The lifts are open so walkers and bikers can quickly access the more remote mountain areas. Oz is great for access to Alpe d'Huez to see the Tour de France and hosts many Mountain Bike events such as the Megavalanche and Avalanche Cups.
- Aeropuerto Más Cercano:Grenoble
- Estación de Tren Más Cercana:Grenoble
- Tel. Oficina de Turismo:04 76 80 78 01
- Página web de la Oficina de Turismo:www.oz-en-oisans.com/
- Alojamiento en centro:-
Anuncios y noticias del gerente del centro Oz en Oisans
As always lots going on in Oz Station.
Weekly Events in the Resort in winter include something for Everyone:
Monday: Welcome Drinks and introductions
Monday / Tuesday: Guided snow-shoe walks, Nordic Walking, Table Tennis and sledge racing
Wednesday: Badminton and Youth Club; ESF Instructors show and Torch-lit descent for children in Oz arranged by ESF, floodlit skiing
Thursday: Films shown in the Salle des Fetes, Guided snow-shoe walks around the local forest
Friday: Table tennis and farewell drinks
Swimming pool (sauna and hammam) open daily (except Sat) 10-12h & 15h -19h00, open air ice skating in the evenings
Tobogganing piste open all day and floodlit some evenings.
Grotte de Glace ( ice cave with topical ice carvings) open daily at 2700m
Moonlight snowshoe walks to a mountain restaurant for dinner, organised by SkiaOz.com
Major Events this season still to be confirmed.
Slopes Open from 15 December 2018 to 22 April 2019.
Some slopes in Alpe d'Huez closed 9-16th March 2019, for Tomorrowland Winter DJ Extravaganza. Oz-Vaujany sector will remain open.
La Folie Douce open for great food and entertainment,easy ski back to Oz.
Visit the Tourist Office at the Poutran Ski Lift, for up to the minute information on all events.
Último Reporte de Nieveveer reporte de nieve entero
- Emitido:22 Feb
- Última Caída de Nieve:11 February 2019
- Profundidad de Nieve (superior):200cm
- Profundidad de Nieve (inferior):120cm
- Fuera de Pista:-
Tiempo de Hoy (2074 m)veer pronóstico de nieve entero
Mapas de Oz en Oisans
Comentarios de Visitantes para Oz en Oisans
S Parkin de United Kingdom escribe:
Stayed for a week in Feb half term. Small, quiet village and most shops/restaurants on one street so easy to get about. Coming from Grenoble it's one of the easiest resorts to get to (apart from the usual traffic chaos on Saturdays). The roads were completely snow free right up to the village.
Even at half term access to the pistes via the 2 gondolas was good with hardly any queues (unless you hit ski school time). The Oz & Vajaunay lift/slopes were much quieter than those on the Alpe d'Huez side. Some nice off-piste runs also.
Intermediates and above will exhaust the local piste options in a few days so the full area pass is essential. The Sarenne run from Pic Blanc (longest 'black' run in Europe) is fun to try - it's only steep for a short section at the very top.
I'd be wary of going late season as it's not very high and south facing but recommend highly otherwise, particularly for families.