Ski resort and region
Ski resort and region

The ski resort

Les Deux Alpes - the ski resort

Altitude: 3600 m

Fall: 2300 m 

Length of ski tracks: 225 km

Number of lifts: 46  

Ski tracks: 34 km of black, 56 km of red, 110 km of blue, 25 km of green 

Lifts: 4 gondolas, 17 seated, 23 cables, 2 funicular


The ski resort is open and the glacier is skiable the whole year! The Dome Express which is France's highest glacier funicular starts at 3200 m and ends at a magnificent ice cave. With green and blue tracks on the glacier, even the most insecure skiers can enjoy breathtaking views from 3600m.

Ski pass


  • Les Deux Alpes 225 km – can be visited every day
  • La Grave glacier – can be visited every day
  • Alpe d’Huez 25O km – valid for 2 days
  • Puy Saint Vincent 75 km – valid for 1 day
  • Briancon-Serre Chevalier 25O km – valid for 1 day
  • Montgenevre-Sesteriere 4OO km – valid for 1 day


  • in the village of Les deux Alpes
  • in the village of Bons / Mont de Lant


  • On Les Deux Alpes, the Snowpark that can be find in 2600 meters can be visited during your ski pass is valid, for your own responsibility

    Les Deux Alpes - the village


    Located at the meeting point of the Northern and Southern Alps just at the edge of the Écrins National Park between Briancon and Grenoble. Its unique essence is the shopping area that runs through the whole village where you will find a large number of restaurants, nightclubs, a disco, a bowling alley, arcades, and a cinema.

    The region

    Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes is a region of east-central France created in 2016 by the merger of the former Auvergne and Rhône-Alpes regions.  The region offers a wide range of travel destinations including the city of Lyon, the Alps with the top of Europe the Mont Blanc, the Drôme and Ardèche, Provence and Auvergne with volcanoes.

    The spectacular Parc National des Écrins is one of the ten French national parks and the second largest after the Vanoise. The protected area of 1000 square kilometer stretches through  Hautes-Alpes and Isère departments between Bourg d'Oisans, Briançon and Embrun.


    It is located as the second highest city in Europe after Davos and has both titles of the Cultural and Historic City of France. Several of its buildings are on the UNESCO World Heritage List as part of the fortresses designed by Vauban. 


    It is also a well-known ski resort for Hungarian skiers with 250 km of fully passable ski tracks. The area is divided into Villeneuve, Chantemerle, Monetier and Briancon. The latter is the largest village in the ski area and a charming historic town at an altitude of 1300 metres. The ski resort offers a wide range of sports and leisure opportunities (snowmobile, swimming pool, paragliding).