Spring activities in Les 2 Alpes
Freeride Attitude – Every Tuesday
This session offers free off piste safety information every Tuesday. You get the chance to test out avalanche equipment including a transceiver, shovel and probe with a mountain guide to hand to discover more about how to explore the mountain safely.
First tracks – Every Wednesday
Experience first tracks and ski the slopes before lifts are officially open for 13 Euros. From 8 to 11am, including a delicious breakfast at the restaurant LE 3200.
Activities on offer all season:
New for 2015 is the chance to take a ride with husky dogs. Enjoy the journey as you speed along in the sled, powered by the husky dogs.
Wine tasting and night skiing
Enjoy an evening of wine tasting on the mountain following by night skiing - or take a piste basher down the slopes for the non-skiers.
At the end of the season, mountain bikers can ride on the trail to Venosc (700m altitude) from Saturday April 11 until April 25, the date the resort closes.
Visit to the Ice Cave
Created in 1993 at the foot of the glacier, non-skiers (and skiers) can access the ice cave which includes a range of ice sculptures for all ages.
Les 2 Alpes offers a tandem flight which takes off at 2400, offering a magical flight over the village.
March 21st – Peanut Butter and Volcom Rail Jam
April 2nd – Full Moon Skiing and Dinner
Enjoy an evening of skiing until night falls, followed by an aperitif, dinner and then you can ski down to the village - or take a piste basher down the slopes for the non-skiers. Cost 50 euro per person which includes dinner and wine.
April 19th – Roast Beef Rail Jam
April 20th - 24th - Junior Foliz
The winter festival for children, there will be entertainment, workshops and shows for kids from 6 to 12 years.
Date Posted: 02 Nov 2015
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Date Posted: 31 Jan 2011
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Date Posted: 01 Dec 2009
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