This route takes you from Mizoën to its neighbour on the opposite side, Les Deux Alpes. With little effort, you can make the most of your ride to explore the resort, with its museums, shops, terraces and swimming in the Lac de la Buissonnière.
Starting from Mizoën, ride down to the Chambon dam, then up to Les Deux Alpes on the D23. You can then explore the narrow lanes of the resort right to the edge of the village at the other end of the plateau. After lazing around for a while, swimming, exploring and shopping, it's back to Mizoën.
A round trip.
Recharging: in restaurants in Mont de Lans and Les Deux Alpes.
Refreshments and restaurants during the ride:
Bar in Mont de Lans.
Bars and restaurants in Les Deux Alpes.
Points of interest en-route:
The Lac de la Buissonnière at the entrance to the resort. Swimming allowed, children's playground, boules pitch and beaches. Free of charge.
Visit to Les Deux Alpes, from one end of the plateau to the other.
Year-round market: on Wednesdays in Mont de Lans. Craft: Genepi des sommets in les 2 Alpes. Lento Museum in Mont de Lans. Free entry.