Les Deux Alpes

Les Deux Alpes

About the Resort

A record-breaking resort in many ways, Les Deux Alpes is the location for Europe’s largest glacier ski area in the Southern French Alps, and where you’ll find the longest on-piste vertical in the world.  Found in between the valleys of Romanche and Veneon, on the edge of the Ecrins National Park, it

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When it comes to the Les Deux Alpes piste map, you’ll find the main slopes high above the treeline; making them the most snowsure in the Alps.  A great benefit is that there has been considerable investment into the Les Deux Alpes pistes; in particular the green and blue options which are now available to go back into the town.  You’ll find 200km of pistes here at Les Deux Alpes and 49 lifts where you’ll be able to use your Les Deux Alpes lift pass.  Read More

When you’re looking at Les Deuz Alpes ski accommodation, you’ll find that the resort mainly offers self-catering and catered chalets.  You’ll find a good variety of conveniently-located apartments and chalets to choose from.  Read More

If you’re thinking about Les Deux Alpes weather, you’ll find the snow conditions are good here, with the glacier enjoying a very long season. Read More

Les Deux Alpes is without doubt one of the top names in ski resorts, thanks to its high and snowsure slopes.  You’ve got a fantastic variety of pistes to choose from, plus an extensive glacier to visit. Read More

You’ll find lots to do for non-skiers in Les Deux Alpes, with an excellent choice of shops to visit, in addition to two bowling alleys, a cinema, a full-sized ice rink, swimming pool, plus lots of spas and beauty salons. Read More

One of the biggest benefits of Les Deux Alpes without doubt is its snowsure glacier; ensuring you’ll be able to make the most of your ski adventures.  It’s a great resort for families, however it’s widely known for its aprés-ski so it’s equally popular for younger skiers and groups; often enjoying the end of the day activities until the early hours. Read More

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Ratings

Highlights

+ Snowsure slopes and a massive glacier area

+ Great off piste and access across to La Grave

+ Lively après scene and a buzzing resort

+ Lots of affordable accommodation and a great deal to do off the slopes

Things to think about

– Keen skiers may find the slopes slightly limited for a week

– Exposed slopes above the treeline can be testing in bad weather

– Sun can affect the snow on the resort return runs

– Lift system could do with updating, but this is planned in the coming years

Ski Passes

Adult

€ 53

€ 106

€ 159

€ 212

€ 244

€ 265

ski passes

Child

€ 42.50

€ 85

€ 127.50

€ 170

€ 195

€ 212

What's Included

For all the weekly pass, enjoy more than just skiing:
access to the ski lifts as pedestrian. See the pedestrian lifts map here
ski by night on Lutins slopes from Tuesday to Friday during French holidays (Christmas and February)
“First Tracks” activity and discover the ski patroller job, every wednesdays morning (reservation mandatory – participation fee)
Child Pass 5-12 Years.

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Ski Area
225km

Beginners

Intermediate

Advanced

Expert

17 Runs
45 Runs
22 Runs
12 Runs
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Summit

Resort

Bottom

3658m
1650m
1300m
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47

Lifts

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1

Snow

Park

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€238

Ski Pass

6 Days

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20 February ’21
24 April ’21
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Cinema, Ice rink, Heated outdoor pool.

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Tolls

€79.70
Distance from airport icon

Grenoble 1hr 33min 109 km

Nearest Airport

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934km 8hr 35min

Travel From Calais

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