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- High, snow-sure, varied slopes, including an extensive glacier area
- Lots of good off-piste terrain
- Stunning views of the Ecrins peaks
- Wide choice of affordable hotels
- Piste network modest by big resort standards, and congested in places
- Home runs are either steep and icy or dangerously overcrowded
- Virtually no woodland runs
- Spread-out, rather messy resort
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Les Deux-Alpes is a big resort, with a big mountain offering a splendid Alpine feel, and good snow on its high, shady runs. But it doesn’t come from the standard major resort mould. It is not at all swanky – which means that smart apartments are hard to come by, but modest, good-value hotels are not. And its mountain is very unusual – tall and long, but narrow. Keen piste-bashing intermediates will find the pistes limited in extent.
We’ve been complaining since 1994 about the dangerous home runs here. We were told a year ago that they were planning a blue alternative to the icy blacks and hideously crowded green. It didn’t materialize for 2011/12, and it’s not likely to be there for next season. Shame.
News – 2012/13
The Diable gondola is to be replaced by a six-pack. A new blue run is being formed in the same area, down to the village – but it is unlikely to be completed this year. The Crêtes ski tow is to be replaced with a covered moving carpet.
News – 2011/12
Snowmaking was introduced to the Demoiselles and Diable runs back to the resort.
News – 2010/11
A new fast quad, Sautet, opened to link the area below Toura to the top of the Fée area. New signage was introduced for the whole ski area, with information boards at each major lift.