The stations

Superdévoluy and La Joue du Loup, the two ski resorts of Dévoluy linked together by the ski area, are located in the department of Hautes-Alpes, in the heart of the Southern Alps, on the borders of Isère and Drôme.

The practical station


Everything in the vicinity

The first ski resort in Dévoluy born in 1966, its architecture reflects the image of a practical and friendly resort. If you’re staying in the Bois d’Aurouze, the large snowfront building, you’ll only need to go down a few flights of stairs to grab a coffee, buy a newspaper or rent your ski equipment. Others will prefer the residences organized in chalets, set back, but located a few steps from the snow front and the ski lifts. No need to use your car once you’re there.

The sports center will allow you to combine your stay with a moment of sport and fitness (on your own or as part of a group class). The infrastructure will also keep the kids busy after skiing or in case of bad weather.

"The wood station"

The Wolf's Cheek

The charm of the architecture

For a “cosy” stay in a prestige chalet at the foot of the slopes, choose the resort of La Joue du Loup. Its “aesthetics” but also its range of services will seduce you: shops of all kinds, ski school, restaurants and friendly bars. La Joue du Loup is above all a village, which lives almost all year long. Your parking will be easy and the access to the ski lifts quick considering the short distance between the residences and the snow front.

The wellness center, O’dycéa, les bains du Dévoluy will complete the panel of activities that the resort offers by a wellness break facing the giants of Dévoluy. Norwegian bath, cold well or musical baths will enchant your après-ski.