During the first week of the Easter holiday 30 boys and 5 members of staff will be visiting Les Deux Alpes, France for the annual ski trip. The trip will depart on Saturday 24th March and return on Friday 30th March.
Like the name says, Les Deux Alpes resort is made up of two Alps, two alpine pastures put together over 50 years ago to form a ski resort. Les Deux Alpes is a resort a mile-high boasting extensive, mostly treeless ski terrain, efficient lifts and lots of sun on south-facing slopes. There is 220 km of groomed slopes at Les Deux Alpes, 20 percent of them black, and 44 percent intermediate and 36 percent easy. Les Deux Alpes has a top skiable elevation of 3600 meters and a vertical drop of 2300 metres. In addition to wide-open spaces, shredders have a boarder-cross, fun park, and half pipe. Stout-hearted skiers have a mile-long couloir to jump into. The Mont-de-Lans glacier at Les Deux Alpes, near the top of the main mountain, is claimed by the tourist office to be the largest skiable glacier in Europe.
Sestriere - 2017
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