Ski & Snowboard
Les Deux Alpes offers a huge altitude difference, with slopes stretching up to the glacier at 3,600 metres and flowing down for over 2,300 metres beyond the main resort to the lowest point in Mont-de-Lans. Thanks to its altitude and a vast network of snow making facilities, Les Deux Alpes is known for its quality of snow, even on the leanest or mildest of snowseasons. The resort currently has 225km of marked slopes.
Typically,in the Alps the best snow is found on the highest and often steepest slopes, which means that the beginner and intermediate skier rarely get to ski the best conditions. Here in Les Deux Alpes, the mountain actually domes out, meaning that there are plenty of easier slopes even at the top of the mountain.
Ski and Snowboard Les Deux Alpes
For the very experienced skier, La Grave is one of the last wilderness ski areas in the French Alps, with a lift system bringing you up to 3,700 metres and terrain which is left almost entirely untouched, creating an off-piste playground. And for the most intrepid, book a guide to take you backcountry off the back down to St Christophe, which lies further along our valley.
Both Alpe d'Huez and La Grave are just 30 minutes’ drive away. A day in each resort is included on a week’s pass for Les Deux Alpes