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Winter clothes show at Les Deux Alpes

Winter clothes show at Les Deux Alpes Those looking for family ski holidays for the October half term should consider visiting France's second oldest ski resort - where plenty is being planned for the start of snow season.

Among other events, those enjoying ski holidays in Les Deux Alpes can visit the resort's winter clothes show and discover the latest trends of the season, courtesy of Mondial du Ski.

Meanwhile, also taking place in the French ski resort this October and November will be free equipment tests and competitions for kids and junior skiers.

In the evenings, people on ski holidays in Les Deux Alpes will also be able to benefit from professional demonstrations.

"Snowsports fans will undoubtedly already have these dates in their diaries," Mondial du Ski claims, adding that the outdoor show is "unmissable".

Art exhibitions will also take place over the autumn period, which could appeal to those who enjoy taking time out between their skiing.

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