“This efficient and only partly purpose-built resort lies between Grenoble and Briançon, within easy reach of Alpe d’Huez in one direction and Serre Chevalier and Montgenèvre in the other. Its primary asset is the height of the skiing, which means that snow is assured at any stage of the season. The glacier is also open for summer skiing mid-June to September, and the resort is linked – by a 20-minute hike – to the top of neighbouring La Grave, which is one of the most dramatic off-piste ski areas in Europe."
Possibly Rotaski's final trip following the formation of the Elite. This didn't stop the use of the Gorilla suit or the art of pegging.Les Deux Alpes has 202km of skiing with some on the glacier. Although the runs by the snowpark don't look much on the piste map, it's well worth trying them as you may see some fantastic aerobatics as you ski down the blue and you can ski some of the park which is great fun. If you've got time to kill before departure, a trip on the bubble down to the village of Venosc is a must - it's delightful.