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Discover the 3 Valleys - the largest interlinked ski area in the world.
600km of ski adventure in Val Thorens, Meribel and Courchevel.
Apres-ski in the best and highest clubs in Europe!



Ski 3 Valleys, the largest ski terrain in the world

No other winter resort can beat 600 km of ski trails located within Les Trois Vallées (The Three Valleys). Ski on new pistes every day - from green slopes to freestyle, without taking skis off your feet!

Great snow conditions in the topmost ski resort in Europe

Based at an altitude of 2300 m, Val Thorens is a great choice if you’re on the look out for a snow-sure ski resort. White powder, good vibes and great fun on top of the ski world are guaranteed!

Partying at storming après-ski & having a blast
After skiing some powder and hitting the slopes finish your day in a relaxed atmosphere at any of the best après-ski venues in the Alps. Share stories with friends, participate in the fun social events!
Versatile character and style of each ski resort
Glitz & luxury in Courchevel, lively après-ski scene in Meribel and vibrant atmosphere of international crowd in Val Thorens – just take a pick! The Three Valleys boast a great choice of resorts different in style and character


Explore the biggest ski terrain in the world interconnected only by lifts and ski runs. With most runs (85%) located above 1800m, the Three Valleys offer skiers and snowboarders superb snow conditions. 321 pistes, over 600 km of runs, Courchevel, which has become a household name in the whole world, Méribel, Val Thorens, Les Menuires, St. Martin de Bellville, which are internationally renowned resorts – this is what you gain access to by buying a single ski pass!

Each winter holiday resort boasts a distinct style and character. Taste a bit of luxury and glitz of top rated hotels and restaurants in Courchevel. Experience typically British après-ski ambiance in Méribel. Party with the international crowd in Val Thorens – Europe’s highest situated winter resort. Ski 3 Valleys that cater for all tastes, abilities and preferences.

ski resorts in the tHREE valleys


Courchevel is a synonym of luxury and chic life. Boasting the largest concentration of 5-star mountain hotels in the world this resort attracts rich and famous. However, you don’t have to be a mogul to enjoy the nicely-groomed slopes winding between green trees of the resort villages. You can reach Courchevel from any resort withn the 3 Valleys. Beginners can feel at ease on the 23 green slopes. Advanced skiers can jangle their nerves on the 10 black runs most of which are tame with the exception of the Grand Couloir which has got some bumps.


Méribel was founded by an English skier back in 1938, and since then this magic resort with scattered wooden chalets on the green mountain slopes have won heart of millions of British skiers. Although the majority of slopes in Méribel are blue, beginners will enjoy a ride on wide and pleasant green slopes that start at Altiport (1600 m), and for experts there are more demanding runs from Mont du Vallon (2952 m) or Roc de Fer (2,290 m). The resort offers vibrant apre-ski entertainment, boasts a number of shops, restaurants, boulangeries, a swimming pool, an indoor skating rink and plenty of other activities to make your skiing holiday unforgettable!


A purpose-built resort that looks down on other villages of the Three Valleys from the height of 2300 m. VT is the heighest in the area. Moreover, it’s Europe’s topmost skiing resort. As winters get milder, VT draws more and more skiers and snowborders from around the world and always delights them with excellent skiing conditions, even in March and April. It’s a dream ski terrain for more experienced skiers. You can choose between a red and two black slopes starting at the Cime de Caron summit (3200 m) or try excellent off-piste options. Ski all the way down to Orelle - a tiny village in La Maurienn, Les Menuires or explore the Three Valleys. Staggering views, great apres-ski, excellent powder - VT has it all! Ski Val Thorens and see for yourself.


Although called the ugly duckling of the Three Valleys because of some older architecture that dates back to 1960-ies, skiers and snowboarders choose Les Menuires because it’s a bargain in terms of accommodation cost, superb location from which ValThorens and Meribel can easily be accessed, and excellent snow conditions of the north- and east-facing slopes that ensure awesome skiing experience. It is located at 1850 m and boasts some of the best runs for intermediate skiers in the whole area. Les Menuires was also named the best family ski resort in 2015 by the World Snow Awards.

St. Martin de Belleville

St. Martin de Belleville is a traditional French village set on the picturesque mountain slopes. Until 1980 it was a usual settlement with a 16-century church, stone houses with slate roofs. Once it was linked with Les Menuires and Méribel, it became part of the 3 Valley domain that boasts a unique charm of a genuine French village. Although local slopes are not ideal for beginners and due to the low altitude tend to get slushy when it warms up, taking a fast chairlift to Les Menuires or Meribel will enable you to explore the 3 Valleys and clock up as many kilometres as you wish there. At the end of the day enjoy the lovely setting of St. Martin with its fine eatery venues, traditional accommodation and unforgettable ambience.


Nested between Méribel and Courchevel, La Tania is the newest resort in the Three Valleys. It was built only in 1990 as an olympic village to host sportsmen who participated in the winter Olympics in Albertville in 1992. It’s a modest car-free resort with wooden chalets and apartments that serves as an affordable base to explore the upscale Three Valleys.


Orelle is a down-to-earth resort located in Maurienne valley. Despite being a far-off village in relation to the Three Valleys, it is within easy reach thanks to the longest in Europe cable car that will take you from the altitude of 900 m (Orelle) to 2300 m (Val Thorens) in just 15 minutes. This is truly amazing, because travelling between these two resorts by car, you would clock up 140 kms! Lovers of adrenaline buzz can soar over the mountains by taking the highest zip wire in Europe that stretches from Orelle to Val Thorens.


Brides les Bains is set in the valley, and its altitude is 600 m. Connected with the village of Méribel by Olympe Gondola lift that takes skiers and snowboarders to the heart of skiing in under 20 minutes, this resort is the best bet for those seeking an affordable option in the Three Valleys. The village is known for its mineral springs and boasts thermal SPA that will help you relax after an extensive day of skiing.


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