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The Resort: Les Deux Alpes gets its name from the 2 villages and surrounding pistes that it’s made up from. It has the largest skiable glacier in Europe and is France's second oldest ski resort. With long cruisy runs, and as much off-piste and on, there's fun for everyone!
The Pistes: The resort offers 220km of piste with 51 lifts and is known as an upside down resort with the steeper slopes being nearer the lower parts of the mountain and the mellower runs nearer the top. The resort also hosts one of the best snow parks in Europe including a halfpipe & 2 boarder cross courses.
Facilities & Apres-ski: With 9 mountain restaurants and 40 bars and clubs, Les Deux Alpes has a vibrant nightlife and apres scene.
Facts and Figures:
Snow Resort: Les Deux Alpes, France
Piste Area: 220 km
Height: From 1300m-3600m
Total number of slopes: 96
Lowest Piste: 1300m
Highest Lift: 3600m
Resort Altitude: 1650m
Max. Vertical: 2300m
Snow Cannons: 214
Snow Record: Strong (see link http://www.onthesnow.co.uk/nor...
Transfer times with Snow.Cab (see link for prices http://www.snow.cab/ )
Open: from 2nd December to 28th April
Snow.Holiday Pros: Fantastic board park with zones for all abilities
Snow.Holiday Cons: A very English resort
L'Alba is at the entrance to the resort in a quiet area, which has all the amenities you need to enjoy your stay and is located close to the lively resort centre. Beneath the wooden façade of the building are luxury apartments which boast spaciousness and a cosy atmosphere, allowing you to relax and appreciate the unrestricted view over the Deux Alpes plateau with the backdrop of the La Muzelle glacier - the must-see mountain in the Ecrin National Park.
Résidence Cortina is located in a lively area of the resort extremely close to the pistes and ski school, with plenty of entertainment, bars, restaurants, shops and leisure activities nearby. These luxury apartments have spacious living areas, modern décor and welcoming atmosphere. Enjoy the magnificent view of the Muzelle glacier - the must-see mountain in the Ecrins National Park.
Le Goléon and Le Val-Ecrins are located at the entrance to the resort in a quiet, residential area. The area has chalets and little wooden buildings which make it feel like a village in itself. Located close to the ski lifts, you can easily hit the slopes of The Vallée Blanche or the high-altitude area, the two ski areas of the resort, as you wish. A return slope allows you to take off your ski boots just moments from your door.