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White Peak Lodge

Alpe d'Huez

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Situated on a south-facing plateau at an altitude of 1860m, Alpe d'Huez, is one of highest skiing domains in the world. Ideally located in the heart of this resort, Residence White Peak Lodge offers the opportunity to make a property investment in a very snow-sure ski destination.

The Ski in/ Ski out Residence will consist of 69 apartments ranging from 1 to 4 bedrooms. All the apartments will have balconies offering magnificent views of the slopes and mountain scenery and will be fully furnished in a traditional Alpine style with modern functionalities. The living rooms will be spacious giving access to large balconies.

Amenities include indoor swimming pool, jacuzzi, sauna, hamman and massage rooms. In addition, all the owners will have their private cellars, ski-lockers and garage spaces. A concierge service will make sure everything is taken care off.

With 250km of high altidtude piste, Alpe d'Huez is one the best European ski destinations. Besides skiing there are plenty of other activities to explore such as ice skating, ice driving, paragliding and indoor sports such as squash and tennis.



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Alpe d’Huez is one of Europe’s premier skiing venues.

With 249 kilometres (155 miles) of piste and 84 ski lifts, the resort is now one of the world’s largest. Extensive snowmaking facilities helped combat the ski area’s largely south-facing orientation and helped Alpe d’Huez appeal to beginner skiers, with very easy slopes. The expansion of the skiing above the linked resorts of Vaujany, Oz-en-Oisans, Villard Reculas and Auris boosted the quantity and quality of intermediate grade slopes but the resort is mostly known for freeskiing, drawing many steep skiing enthusiasts to its high altitude terrain.

Aside from the Tunnel and Sarenne black runs, the latter the world’s longest at 16 kilometres (10 miles), many Off-piste opportunities exist both from the summit of the 3,330-metre (10,930-foot) Pic Blanc and the 2,808-metre (9,213-foot) Dome des Petites Rousses. These include the 50-degree Cheminees du Mascle couloirs, the open powder field of Le Grand Sablat, the Couloir Fleur and the Perrins bowl. Up to 2,200 metres (7,200 feet) of vertical descent are available with heli drops back to the resort’s altiport. The proximity to the exclusively off-piste resort of La Grave as well as tree skiing at Serre Chevalier and the glacier and terrain parks of Les Deux Alpes have made Alpe d’Huez a popular base for skiers looking to explore the Oisans region.

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