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Travel: When Deux becomes one superb Alps ski resort

The Jandri Express gondola whirs mechanically in the early morning, lifting people out of the small alpine village of Mont-de-Lans in south-east France and into the warm air.

It’s 8am, but already the temperature is pushing 18C.

The only noise is the soft hum of the ski lift and the shuffling of a steady stream of skiers and snowboards filing into the Jandri’s little white cabins.

Inside, the panoramic windows give an incredible view of the Les Deux Alpes resort, which was built in 1946 on the former high pastures of Venosc and Mont-de-Lans, two parish villages in the Isère where the…

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