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Three Valleys Ski Area

The 8 ski resorts of the Three Valleys join collectively to represent the largest ski area in the world.

As one of the largest ski areas in the world, the Three Valleys provides high altitude, world-class skiing, as well as a guarantee of great snow all season long, from November to May. The area links four fabulous French resorts - Europe's highest (Val Thorens), the ultimate chalet resort (Méribel), iconic Courchevel and Les Menuires. The skiing more than lives up to the resorts' star billing. For enthusiastic, mileage hungry skiers, 600km of pisted perfection awaits you. The area has more than enough to keep even the most advanced skiers happy with 32 black runs, mogul challenges, chutes and couloirs galore plus vast acres of off piste to explore. Beginners and groups of mixed ability love the Three Valleys as they can all appreciate the area at their own pace and individual level.   

  • from£339pp
  • Area: 170km
  • Altitude: up to 3230m

Feel on top of the world in Europe's highest ski resort. Val Thorens is perfect for those who like the promise of guaranteed snow, combined with lively apres and a variety of accommodation. 

  • from£249pp
  • Area: 150km
  • Altitude: up to 3230m
Courchevel, Three Valleys

Perhaps France's most prestigious resort, Courchevel is the resort of choice for those in search of world class skiing and chic, lively apres ski. Beginners will have a great time here with green pistes groomed to perfection and lifts to neighboring resorts are within easy reach.

  • from£509pp
  • Area: 600km
  • Altitude: up to 3230m
Meribel

For those seeking a central base in the world class Three Valleys area, Meribel offers the ultimate position. If proximity to the lifts is important our Chalet Hotel Les Grangettes fits the bill, not only in Meribel centre but also as our closest property to the Chaudannes ski lifts and ski school meeting point. 

  • from£369pp
  • Area: 160km
  • Altitude: up to 3230m

Perfect for families and couples, Les Menuires is the best choice for those wanting real value for money and the ability to ski to and from the ski room without the temptation to party all through the night. The resort also boasts blue runs from all the lifts making it perfect for beginners too. 

  • Ice skating
  • Tobogganing
  • Cinema
  • Hang-gliding
  • Classical concerts
  • Climbing wall
  • Cookery courses 1650 & 1850
  • Hot air ballooning
  • Parapenting
  • Snow shoeing
  • Pleasure flights in light aircraft and helicopters
  • Ice karting/ driving
  • Ice climbing
  • Live music venues and night clubs
  • Dog sledding
  • Ice skating
  • Bowling
  • Sports centres with pools, tennis, squash,
  • Health clubs with gym, sauna, steam bath, massage and beauty treatments.

Please see resort specific information for Courchevel, Méribel and Val Thorens

Skiing levels

Beginner
Intermediates
Advanced
Snowboard
Cross Country

Mountain facts

Ski areas
600km
Runs
  • 177
  • 111
  • 30
Longest run
8km
Snowparks

5 snowparks.

Lifts
Chairlifts 66 , Cable car 4 , Draglifts 52 , Gondolas 37
Slope direction
N,E,S,W
Ski/resort bus

Free in each resort. 

What We say
  • La Masse (accessible via Les Menuires) is our hidden gem of the Three Valleys with 360º panoramic views over the Alps.

  • Staying in Méribel Mottaret can help beat the lift queues plus Mont Vallon can be your own private red piste if you get the timing right.

  • Courchevel doesn't have to be expensive, the Hotel Olympic offers dine around option included in the half board price.

What You say
  • Courchevel 1650 is a great resort and one to keep - less glamorous and perhaps therefore less busy but a gem. The luge evening run was a great activity and thanks to our Rep for sorting this for our Chalet group.

    Courchevel, Andrew Robson, Mar 2018
  • Méribel and Three Valleys was brill. The location and Inghams staff were great!

    Méribel, Santam Brar, Mar 2018
  • Méribel is a lovely resort – the location is fantastic & staff were so lovely and helpful. Thanks so much.

    Méribel, Thomas Elliston, January 2018
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