WEsayA large ski area with snow-sure glacial slopes served by a modern lift system. The nightlife here is some of the most frenetic in France!
Skiing Les Deux Alpes
A high altitude resort that offers snow at most times of the year, this is the perfect spot for skiers who are keen to enjoy the nightlife whilst on their winter holidays, as it boasts a wide variety of lively clubs and bars. It is also home to more than 200km of slopes, with plenty to interest both beginners and more experienced winter sports enthusiasts. The fact that there is an excellent terrain park in the village is the reason that many snowboarders are drawn to the area and the 120m half-pipe ensures that there is never a dull moment.
A popular destination
During peak season, around 35,000 people head for this resort but it is always possible to find a quiet spot if you want to escape the crowds. With half board and full board hotel packages, as well as a number of catered chalets, we can offer you a great choice when visiting Les Deux Alpes ski resort. If you enjoy a balance of evening entertainment and daytime activities that are good for the body and soul, this resort is ideal. Holidaymakers that like to stay busy are sure to feel at home in this destination and will love the scenery.
The Aquaflores Wellbeing Centre offers a variety of treatments that are sure to help you relax and recharge your batteries and there is a heated outdoor pool, which holders of a pass for the area can use for free. Fans of cross country action will find 20km of marked trails and with the longest piste clocking in at 12km, downhill enthusiasts who appreciate long runs will be happy too. We have both comfortable hotel and chalet deals among our competitively priced Les Deux Alpes accommodation packages
New for 2016/17
More snow-guns are being fitted on the bottom part of the Jandri blue run. A trip in a snowcat from 2600m to 3600m to admire the 360º views at sunset while indulging in champagne and canapés is planned. So are a special Skywalk viewing platform at 3400m and a dedicated track just for ski touring.
New for 2015/16
The new blue Jandri run to the village opened to mixed reviews.
New for 2014/15
Progress Park replaced the snowcross in the Toura area.
New for 2013/14
New slow zones have been marked on the slopes and map. The terrain park on Toura, now called Freestyle Land, has been improved and split into different zones.
New for 2012/13
The Diable gondola at the Venosc end of town was replaced by a six-pack. The Crêtes ski-tow for beginners was replaced with a covered moving carpet.
- High, snow-sure, Diverse slopes, including a vast glacier
- Lots of good off-piste terrain
- Stunning views of the Ecrins peaks
- Wide choice of affordable hotels