Alpe d’Huez is offering an all-in-one card that serves as a lift pass and gives access to more than 30 activities in the resort.
The Visalp Pass is available for a minimum of two days and is valid for Alpe d’Huez and Les Grandes Rousses ski area.
The pass opens the way to ski activities such as night skiing and sledging, cross-country skiing, and ice skating in addition to acting as a regular ski pass. If guests need to relax a little, they can use the Visalp pass to get into the Alpe d’Huez’s two heated pools or into Vaujany’s relaxation centre.
The Sports and Congress Centre hosts 26 activities that are accessible with the Visalp pass. Guests can try their hand at archery, crossbow, and indoor rock climbing. Badminton, squash, and tennis courts are also open for a round with the mates. Team sports fans can take advantage of the indoor football, basketball, and volleyball courts. For guests simply looking to burn calories or buff up, there is the fitness room with weights, fitness equipment, and aquagym sessions.
Visalp also gets pass holders into the Huez and Oisans museum which currently features an exhibit on mining history in the Oisans mountains.
A two-day adult pass costs €79 until April 16 then drops to €55.50 starting April 17. A two-day child’s pass costs €59 then €41.50 after April 17. Alpe d’Huez closes April 25, 2010.