The Alpe d’Huez ski resort, in Isère Department at the Rhône-Alpes region, in southeast France, lies in the Oisans Alpes of the Central French Alps. The Resort is well known as home to many snow competitions and for the prestigious ''Tour de France'' cycle Tourneau.
- ABOUT THE SPOT
Skiing in Canyon Ski Area, Red Deer, Alberta Canada
Canyon Ski Area offers friendly atmosphere, great snow conditions, a wide range of winter activities and as much adventure as you need. In order to enjoy yourself, get in touch with the snow environment by performing an exciting activity, like alpine skiing.
The spot provides a skiable area of 70 ac (0.28 km²), a vertical drop of 480 ft (146 m), a base elevation of 2470 ft (753 m) and a top elevation of 2950 ft (899 m). The 13 trails are tailored to cover all levels of difficulty. 30% of trails are tailored for easy skiing, 40% for difficult skiing and for those who need something more extreme, 30% of trails are designed only for them.
The longest run is 4235 ft (1291 m). The annual snowfall reaches 45 in (114 cm) / year. Don’t miss the opportunity to exercise your sport in a place, where all trails are formed by 95% of snow-making. On spot you also find 3 surface lifts, 1 double chair and 1 triple chair with lift capacity 5,000 people per hour.
Canyon Ski Area makes dreams come alive. The only thing left to do is to visit this amazing Canadian and give yourself the chance to feel what is called, best vacations. The peak season to enjoy alpine skiing is from November to March.