7 UNIMISSABLE LOCATIONS on Les 2 Alpes’ ski area

SECTORS AND RUNS

Whatever your age, level or physical fitness, whether you’re a fan of skiing, snowboarding or telemark… in Les 2 Alpes, snowsports enjoyment is guaranteed!
Les 2 Alpes’ ski area is made up of 7 different sectors, with something to delight everyone!

Les 2 Alpes ski area...

All the slopes and lifts
a high-altitude ski area!

#1 The glacier, at 3,600 metres

Ski on the highest glacier in Europe with the guarantee of natural snow and breathtaking 360° views! The highest sector of Les 2 Alpes’ ski area, it starts out from the summit at 3,600 metres and goes down to 3,200 metres. The runs on the glacier sector are perfect for all levels of skier. When weather conditions are tricky, opt for the funicular and stay in the warm.

THIS SECTOR’S LITTLE EXTRAS

  • take a selfie on the Belvédère des Ecrins skywalk
  • visit the ice cave
  • sector also accessible to pedestrians
  • the warm welcome at «Les Glaciers» restaurant
Explore 2 Alpes Freestyle Land

#2 Toura - Snowpark 2,400 metres

 

 

Head to the heart of Les 2 Alpes’ ski area

THE place to GO on the Snowpark for Freestyle fans who are keen to improve!
Accessible to all levels.
Make the most of the DVA park to learn avalanche search techniques.

THIS SECTOR’S LITTLE EXTRAS

  • meet up with your friends and soak up the Pano Bar’s lively atmosphere
  • 3 places to eat: La Toura, Le Smoke House and Le Burgurshack
  • sector accessible to pedestrians
Peace and quiet, tranquillity and freedom!

#3 La Fée – 2,400 metres

This is the perfect place for you: make the most of this Freeride zone and enjoy a moment of pure magic, a get away into the wild with stunning views.

 

Virage poudreuse sur le secteur de la toura aux Deux-Alpes

THIS SECTOR’S LITTLE EXTRAS

  • calm, serenity, beauty of the landscape
  • family restaurant La Fée

Did you know?

The brand-new 8-seater «Pierre Grosse» gondola lift links the La Fée sector (2,221 metres) to the glacier (3,175 metres), over an altitude difference of  952 metres, with a passenger flow of 2,400 people per hour.

Give in to temptation...

#4 Le Diable – 2,400 metres

Red and black runs for more advanced skiers…
From the Diable sector, you can ski down the «big slopes» as the locals call them! Head straight down, through the fir trees… this sector is a favourite of good and very good skiers…

 

THIS SECTOR’S LITTLE EXTRAS

  • family-run gastronomic restaurant: Le Diable au Cœur
  • accessible to pedestrians via Le Diable chair lift with weather protection cover
Ski in peaceful surroundings!

#5 Vallée Blanche – 2,100 metres

You’ll ski over a quieter area with beautiful unspoilt views over the resort. This sector requires quite a technical level of skiing. It is not suitable for beginner skiers.

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THIS SECTOR’S LITTLE EXTRAS

  • the brand new 10-seater gondola lift at Super Venosc
  • enjoy the sunshine all morning
  • restaurant with a large terrace: Bergerie Kanata
  • restaurant La Troïka
  • sector accessible to pedestrians via the snowshoe route
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Take it easy to start with...

#6 Les Crêtes – 2,100 metres

This sector is loved by all, with some great blue runs for beginners!
It’s really easy to get to thanks to the many lifts that head up there from different areas of the resort: the resort centre via the White Eggs (up and down), le village 1800 chair lift, Belle Etoile chair lift and le Diable chair lift. A magic carpet has been installed for greater comfort and ease for beginner skiers of all ages. Boasting faster speeds and a higher passenger flow, the TDS8 detachable chair lift launched last winter means you can have fun all day long! You can ski down from Les Crêtes along the green Demoiselles run, or along the new Jandri blue run: take your pick!

THIS SECTOR’S LITTLE EXTRAS

  •  very close to the resort and easy to get to
  • 2 welcoming, family-style restaurants with a large terrace: La Patache and Le Patachon
  • sector accessible to pedestrians
Close to everything...

#7 Resort – 1,650 metres

REDESIGN OF THE BOTTOM OF THE SLOPES FOR A BETTER ACCESS TO BEGINNERS
– discover the brand new free magic carpet which replaces the Vikings ski lift located in front of the hotel Les Mélèzes
– enjoy also the new lift which replaces the Rivets lift next to the Diable chairlift

 

 

This sector is more commonly referred to as the «foot of the slopes» or the «snow front».
It’s perfect for beginners of all ages with its 5 free button lifts.
You’ll find the meeting points for all of the different ski schools and independent ski instructors here, for group and private ski lessons.
The snow front is where you’ll find the ski kindergartens for your little ones… mum and dad can keep a watchful eye if they want to!

THIS SECTOR’S LITTLE EXTRAS

  • Enjoy a lovely walk along the foot of the slopes, and stop off at a terrace for a tasty lunch or refreshing drink
  • Safe toboggan runs
  • The 4hr ‘foot of the slopes’ skipass
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our top tips

for different ability levels
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  • Station 1650 - 1800m
  • Crêtes - 2100m
  • Toura-Fee-Bellecombe - 2600m
  • Glacier - 3200m
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