As one of the highest altitude resorts in Europe, Les Deux Alpes boasts great snow coverage, an extra long ski season and some truly awesome off-piste opportunities. Its upside down slopes mean newbies have a chance to learn the ropes right at the top of the Glacier du Mont de Lans, plus there's an ace snowpark for pros who want to practice their jumps.
Discover exactly which ski runs match your abilities using our Les Deux Alpes piste map below. We've also handily given you a link to download the resort's FATMAP which highlights all the top routes for an off-piste adventure. They're best explored with a local guide, but remember you'll need to upgrade your insurance policy first.
Keen to know more about Les Deux Alpes' après ski scene? Check out the resort map for handpicked recommendations on where to drink and dine.
Plan ahead by browsing the piste map of Les Deux Alpes below. It sets out all the marked ski runs in the region, in addition to pinpointing the resort's brilliant nursery slopes. 6-day ski passes and longer include 2 days in Alpe d'Huez and 1 day in Serre Chevalier, Puy St Vincent, Montgenèvre and Sestrière so why not impress the group by travelling over to Alpe d'Huez by helicopter - it's surprisingly affordable at just €70 return per person.
If you fancy going off the beaten track, check out the FATMAP of the resort below. It's an amazing 3D map which crowdsources info on off-piste routes explored by past skiers. As well as mapping out routes for you to tackle, you'll be able to see each one's rating, safety level, average snow conditions and avalanche risk.
FATMAP additionally lets you track your own movements to share with friends later. What's more, you can use it to check live piste and lift statuses within the resort itself.
For all those after dark antics, take a look at the resort map below which highlights all the best spots to chill out and party hard in Les Deux Alpes. We've also shared our favourite places to grab a bite to eat, as well as added suggestions on where to pick up essentials such as ski equipment and lift passes.
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