Villard-Reculas Ski Resort Guide
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Villard-Reculas, in France, is a medium sized ski resort with 8 ski lifts (3 chair lifts, 5 surface lifts). One chair is a fast quad which links up to Signal Hill and down to Alpe d'Huez as part of the Grand Domain ski area (http://www.alpedhuez-granddomaine-ski.com/). You can leave Villard on the chair lift and be at the main Alpe d'Huez DMC gondolas in 20 mins. Villard-Reculas offers skiers an incredible 1901 metres (6236 feet) of vertical descent and has 9 pistes. Villard-Reculas is best suited to beginner skiers and snowboarders but there is some terrain for both expert and intermediates. We have no information about the existence of any cross country ski trails at Villard-Reculas.
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- Tourist Office Phone:+33 476804569
- Tourist Office Website:www.villard-reculas.com/idx-uk.htm
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Visitor Reviews of Villard-Reculas
Chris Gill from France writes:
A tour of downtown Villard Reculas by Chris Gill editor of Where to Ski and snowboard. 23 January 2013
Wednesday brought cloud and snow to the Alpe d’Huez area, creating the perfect opportunity to explore the minute satellite village of Villard-Reculas in the company of Michael Baldwin, year-round resident and owner-operator of La Source, a 200-year-old stone barn converted into a charming catered chalet.
In the course of touring the densely built village, in the middle of the day, we encountered one pedestrian, three cats and one moving vehicle. If you’re looking for a ski resort that is nothing like a typical ski resort, this place is for you.
The forecast for Thursday is better, and we have the slopes of another satellite, Auris, on the agenda.