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The 5 highlights of Les 2 Alpes’ ski area – not to be missed

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Les 2 Alpes’ ski area is vast and when you don’t know it (very well), you’re likely to miss out on lots of amazing experiences. So, let us be your guide!


1- Vallée Blanche: skiing in the sunshine!

Sunshine all morning, immaculate white snowy slopes, 360° panoramic views… the Vallée Blanche is an unmissable spot for your morning ski sessions! It’s the perfect place to start the day. But how do you get to this haven of peace I hear you ask? Three chair lifts will take you there: Super Vénosc, at the far end of the resort, the Vallée Blanche at the entrance to the resort (opposite the Mont de Lans Point I Information Point) and the Côte chair lift. If you’re not sure where they are, take a look at the piste map.

2- The largest skiable glacier in Europe

Rise up to altitudes of 3,600 metres, take a deep breath in…and admire the view! Mont Blanc, les Aiguilles d’Arves, the Belledonne massif… Enjoy excellent quality snow both in summer and winter, with beautiful runs for all levels. Bonus: Set off from the top of the glacier (3,600 metres) and ski down to the village of Mont de Lans (1,300 metres), without ever using a single ski lift! 2,300 metres of vertical drop without stopping! What’s more, according to the French newspaper, Le Parisien, Les 2 Alpes is the resort with the greatest vertical drop in the world station! We don’t mean to show off, but….. !

3- La Fée: wide open spaces

If you want to get away from it all and discover wide open spaces, head for the Fée 1 blue run. Hardcore skiers might prefer to have a go at the Fée 6 and 7 runs. Enjoy a total change of scenery and absolute peace and quiet. Accessible from the Toura and Glacier sectors.



Toura: SnowPark and PanoBar. In Les 2 Alpes we just wanna have fun!

4- In Les 2 Alpes’ snowpark, AKA Freestyle Land, there truly is something for all tastes and all levels! The Easy Park for a gentle start, the boardercross for racing as a family, the slopestyle and the big air for some awesome moves and Park Avenue with its jib zone! Once you’ve given your all on the modules, chill out on the Cool zone sun loungers and discuss technique with the snowpark shapers over a well-earned BBQ.

5- From 3.30pm onwards, the Panobar is the place to be. There’s no point telling you how to get there, just follow the decibels! Why wait until nightfall to dance and have a good time? In Les 2 Alpes, it’s one DJ set after another from late afternoon until the slopes close for the day.


So now that you’ve had the lowdown on where to go and what to do, make sure you share your best moments in images with #L2Aforever!


Photos credits : Bruno Longo.