What better way to explore the villages and hamlets of Les Deux Alpes than by e-bike? Discovering not only narrow streets, sunny bar and restaurant terraces and stunning views, but also museums and places featuring on the Route du Savoir Faire.
From Les Deux Alpes, cycle down to the village of Mont de Lans and take the small road to the right signposted Cuculet. Visit the village and return by the same route. Start cycling back towards Les Deux Alpes and then turn right onto the D220 towards Bons just as you leave Mont de Lans. Stop in the village of Bons to admire the Porte de Bons archway, the remains of a Roman road that linked Grenoble to Briançon (half an hour on foot). Then carry on to the D1091 along the pretty road to Les Travers. Take the D1091 and ride up the switchbacks back to Les Deux Alpes.
Recharging: in restaurants in Mont de Lans.
Refreshments and restaurants during the ride: Mont de Lans.
Points of interest during the ride:
The Lac de la Buissonnière at the entrance to Les Deux Alpes.
Leisure area with swimming allowed, a children's playground, a boules pitch and beaches. Free entry.
A visit of the resort of Les Deux Alpes, from one end of the plateau to the other.
The Porte de Bons, a monumental archway cut into the rock, the remains of a Roman road that linked Grenoble to Briançon. Located near the hamlet of Bons.
Year-round market: Wednesday mornings in Mont de Lans.
Craft: Génépi des sommets in Les 2 Alpes - The Chazel Lento Museum in Mont de Lans (free entry).