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In Oisans you can’t get too much winter

Nestled in the picturesque French department of Isère, in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region, lies Oz-en-Oisans. This picturesque village sits at an altitude of 1,650 meters with elevators reaching an altitude of 3,600 meters. Thus, it offers a beautiful setting with access to exciting alpine adventures.

One of its most notable features is Europe's largest skiable glacier, which promises endless thrills on the slopes. Oz-en-Oisans is the second oldest ski resort in France, after Chamonix, and thus has a rich history.

What sets Oz-en-Oisans apart is its claim to fame: the longest uninterrupted vertical run on the slopes in the world. This unparalleled experience attracts skiers and snowboarders from all over the world in search of the ultimate downhill run.

When the slopes close, head to the Dôme des Rousses for an unforgettable experience and take a final descent. Discover the work of a trail groomer at the summit at 2800 m and prepare before embarking on a final 1450 m descent from the Oz 3300 station. It is an enjoyable moment not to be missed.