The 3 Valleys
The biggest ski area in the world with 600km of runs and 183 lifts is simply awesome. Slopes vary in length and difficulty and are best enjoyed with a guide who will choose runs which suit your ability, boost confidence and reduce fatigue.
Arguably the best ski resort in the world, Courchevel is situated in the magical 3 Valleys ski area. With its ski in ski out luxury hotels, hip chalets, plus endless delicious mountain restaurants to enjoy, it’s a logical choice when looking for the best.
COURCHEVEL LE PRAZ
A traditional and quaint alpine village, Le Praz is a popular choice for families…
Located directly below 1850, Courchevel Village ensures value for money and quick slope access…
The snow is often good in Courchevel Moriond as slopes are wide and gentle, ideal for families…
The jewel of The Three Valleys and the Alps, Courchevel 1850 offers the very best of everything…
In the heart of The 3 Valleys, child-friendly and popular for its après-ski atmosphere, Méribel allows quick and practical access to Val Thorens and Courchevel. A resort for skiers of all levels with great shops, restaurants, chalets and hotels.
Méribel Centre - La Chaudanne
Good slope and ski-lift access at La Chaudanne, hip chalets and good nightlife, ideal for teenagers and families.
Modern apartments and chalets, with a lively pub and a couple of good restaurants. Good for families.
Located just above Meribel Centre, relatively quiet area with a few shops and restaurants, practical slope access.
Not the prettiest, but definitely the most practical location from which to ski the whole of The Three Valleys.
If budget’s an important consideration then sitting between Courchevel and Méribel, La Tania delivers in value for money and is a great choice for families. With slopes best suited to intermediate skiers we recommend booking a Coach if you have beginners in your group.
Located in the lower part of the valley of Les Menuires and Val Thorens, St Martin de Belleville is a quaint, picturesque and peaceful village ideal for families and the mature skier. Its excellent restaurants attract skiers from all over The 3 Valleys.
The highest resort in Europe, “VT” is very popular with all levels as well as renowned for great après-ski and nightlife. At 2300m a long winter season with lots of snow is guaranteed but beware, temperatures can go low in January and February.