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Maps & Piste Maps of Alpe d'Huez

Discover the essential Alpe d'Huez maps and plans

About Alpe d'Huez Maps

Hopefully this handy little selection of street maps, activity area maps, and piste & ski lift maps for Alpe d'Huez will help you find your way around and make the most of this great part of the world!

Alpe d'Huez is made up of a collection of high altitude resorts, or villages, all linked by a free public transport system. Alpe d'Huez itself and the wider Oisans region offer a wide range of summer and winter activities.

The resort of Alpe d'Huez is made up of eight small districts, or 'quartiers'; Huez Village, Cognet, Jeux, Bergers, Eclose Est, Eclose Ouest, Viell Alpe and Outarts.

The lifts marked on the piste map using straight black lines are of four types; button tow/drag, chair, télécabine and téléphérique. They have the corresponding abbreviations:

  • TK - téléski (drag)
  • TS - télésiège (chair)
  • TC - télécabine (gondola)
  • TPH - téléphérique (cable car)

For télécabine think gondola and for téléphérique think cable car. Anything prefixed/suffixed with “Express” means a 6 person modern fast chair lift.

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