The season may be slowly winding down, but Les 2 Alpes takes visitors right through the end of the season with a full programme of activities scheduled for the month of March.
March 8 is international women's day and for the occasion, Les 2 Alpes will offer a rose to every lady who hits the slopes. A professional photographer will also be on hand to capture the moment with mother-daughter portrait sessions all day long. The black and white photos will make up a special exhibit to be shown at the tourism office.
March 17 or 18 (depending on the most optimal conditions) the resort hosts another of its full moon sessions. The idea is to let skiers take to the slopes after the lifts have closed and the full moon shines down on the snowy pistes. The event takes place on the 2 Alpes glacier at 3200 metres. The programme includes glacier skiing until sundown, dinner in the altitude restaurant, and a moonlit descent to the base resort at 1600 metres.
While the above event is for skiers and snowboarders, a full moon session will be held for mountain bikers March 19.
Every Monday and Tuesday, Les 2 Alpes also hosts Freeride Attitude, a series of training sessions designed to teach people how to off-piste responsibly. Monday night is dedicated to a theory-based lesson with a mountain guide and Tuesday night is meant for practical, off-piste sessions.