With 250km of terrain for all levels of skier, and at the gateway to the Southern Alps. Long regarded as something of an alternative choice, ‘Serre Che’ has come of age as major ski area.
There’s something very special about ski resorts through which you can ski, rather than drive. In Oz-en-Oisans the village is blissfully uncluttered and free to do what it does best: look good and provide a very pleasant base for skiers keen to explore the huge ski area around Alpe d’Huez.
“Why haven’t we been here before...?” I have a feeling we won’t be the only ones asking themselves just that question as they begin to look around and get their bearings in this relatively little-known corner of the French Alps. It also occurs to me that if any ski resort Directors out there are searching for inspiration as to how best to create a great first impression, they could do a lot worse than look right here.