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Destination guide: Les Deux Alpes, France

Les Deux Alpes is quite a prominent ski resort situated in France, and is favorite among British skiers. It lies on the main road between Briançon and Grenoble. This place offers skiers and snowboarders unlimited fun throughout the year on the incredible piste. The resort is not open throughout the year and is open only from mid-June until August end and then again for at the end of October during French half terms, before starting of the lift system for the winter season which commences from the end of November and extends until April.

Along with this you get the off piste which adjoins La Grave is very spectacular, and the top most altitude of Les Deux Alpes’ is of 3,568m which clearly states that even in worst winters or any severe snow cover one can never be in danger of this place. With its four seasons’, Les Deux Alpes is said to be one of the most adventurous and exciting skiing destinations in Europe. There were talking about linking to Alpe d’Huez, which is its neighbor since many years, but it seems that it will genuinely happen in the coming year.

A very vast three- resort area is created with 18-pylon gondola which is between both this resort (Les Deux Alpes, which is already connected to La Grave) through three glaciers. After opening up of the gondola, Les Deux Alpes certainly falls into the category of top-notch ski areas of the world. Then after some trouble, Les Deux Alpes turned out to become quite well known French resort.
The resort is completely dependent on the amount of snowfall it gets from the host reliability along with this the place hosts summer as well as autumn camps on the glacier for snowboarders as well as skiers enthusiasts. The resort spreads across a very wide and narrow ledge which was the summer domain for sheep and goat farmers. It has narrow lanes, alluring restaurants, craft shops and is not just a ski station which is built for only skiing purpose.

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