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Ski Guides Les Deux-Alpes

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  1. Resort Information
  2. Ski Resort
  3. Ski Slopes
  4. Apres Ski

Resort information for Les Deux-Alpes

Useful Resort Contacts

European Ski School:0033 476 797455
Tourist Information:0033 476 792200
Hotel Mariande:0033 476 805060
Chalet Mounier:0033 476 805690
Medical:0033 476 792003
Autocars Rouard Taxi:0033 476 800421

Useful Resort Information

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  • Download Les Deux-Alpes piste map
  • Piste Rating for Les Deux-Alpes

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    Transfer Times

    Lyon:3.5 hours
    Grenoble:2.5 hours

    The Ski Resort

    Les Deux-Alpes is a narrow village that sits on a remote, high col. It is a long, sprawling collection of hotels, apartments, bars and shops, most lining the busy main street and the parallel street that completes the one-way traffic system. Lifts are spread evenly along the village and there is no clear centre the free shuttle-bus service saves on some very long walks from one end of town to the other.

    The Ski Slopes

    For a big resort, Les Deux-Alpes has a disappointingly small piste area, despite recent improvements. The slopes are long, narrow and fragmented, but the snow on the higher slopes is normally very good, even in a poor winter. Above 220m/7,220ft most of the runs are north-facing, and the top glacier section, Mont de Lans, guarantees good snow. More of a concern is the bad weather shutting the lifts, or extremely low temperatures at the top. The runs just above the village face west, so they get a lot of afternoon sun and can be slushy or icy, although snowmaking has been improved on the lower slopes. Queues can be a problem in spite of some impressive lifts.

    Apres Ski

    There are mountain restaurants at all the major lift junctions, but they are generally unremarkable. The resort has a lively ambience, as it is one of the liveliest of French resorts, with plenty of choice for eating out in the village and lots of bars, several of which stay open until the early hours.

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