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Venosc

The pretty little village of Venosc is accessed from a main road turn-off and is linked to Les Deux Alpes by gondola.

Its narrow cobbled streets, old chalets, fountains, 14th century church and old-style architecture gives the village and its hamlets a traditional alpine feel.

Enjoy long treks, easy walks, mountaineering and rock climbing in the heart of the Ecrins National Park. Enjoy some sunbathing by the outdoor pool and cool down sliding down the waterslides. In Les Deux Alpes there is a swimming pool, artificial skating rink, tennis courts, a 9-hole golf course, mini golf, 2 summer luge runs, a trampoline area, a climbing wall, 2 archery fields, a sports centre, and a riding centre, plus clubs to entertain children from 6 months to 16 years old. Les Deux Alpes is also home to Summer Skiing. You can get to Les Deux Alpes by gondola as well as car.

Places of interest

  • Adventure Park: For adults and children, with monkey bridges, rope ladders, barrels and bungee jumping
  • Grotte de Glace: Several caves dug through thick ice, are decorated with ice sculptures. Non skiers can reach the Dome de Lauze by tracked mini bus. This excursion, known as Croisière Blanche is a unique experience in a high mountain environment (Les 2 Alpes).
  • Belvedere de la Croix: From the cross standing on top of a grassy knoll situated behind the UCPA chalet in Venosc, one looks down a sheer drop to the bottom of the Vénéon Valley. The Roche de la Muzelle, with its characteristic suspended glacier, towers above the whole landscape.

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