The world's largest ski area
Explore Les 3 Vallées
Lifts Status Slopes
Open
Forecasting opening
Closed
Off-season – closed
Slopes


Ski lift
Slope links
Services
Gastronomy
Resorts
Ski map
Webcams

Les 3 Vallées DNA

adnbandeau.png

Les 3 Vallées DNA

Les 3 Vallées® : 3 valleys, 8 ski resorts

Firstly, the Saint-Bon valley. It was the first to offer winter sports facilities and is also the one in which the largest number of ski resorts are linked by ski lift and by ski run. There are four resorts altogether, located at an altitude of 1300 to 1850 metres and between them forming Courchevel ski resort.

The second and neighbouring valley is that of Les Allues. It comprises two resorts that make up the heart of Les 3 Vallées®Méribel and Méribel-Mottaret, located at an altitude of 1500 and 1700 metres respectively. As well as offering their own ski areas, the " sister-resorts " work largely as redistribution centres for the flow of skiers. 

Then, Brides-les-Bains (at an altitude of 600 metres) is a spa resort that is linked by cable car to Méribel, the main town in the Allues valley.

Between the two large valleys nestles the smaller one of La Perrière. It recently joined the successful ski area with the construction of the resort of La Tania (at an altitude of 1350 metres), enabling skiers to access the slopes of Courchevel and Meribel, situated just a stone's throw away by cable car.

Next is the largest valley in the ski area - the Belleville valley is home to three resorts : St-Martin-de-Belleville (1400 metres), Les Menuires (1850 metres) and Val Thorens (2300 metres), the highest ski resort in Europe. In this valley alone, (which is one of the largest districts in France) one day is simply not long enough to explore all of the different skiing possibilities. 

Not forgetting Orelle, at an altitude of 900 metres) in the Maurienne valley which enabled the southern slopes to be equipped for skiing, providing access to the top of Les 3 Vallées®: la Pointe du Bouchet (3400 metres).

Just imagine Les 3 Vallées®.

Between the two large valleys nestles the smaller one of La Perrière. It recently joined the successful ski area with the construction of the resort of La Tania (at an altitude of 1350 metres), enabling skiers to access the slopes of Courchevel and Meribel, situated just a stone?s throw away by cable car.

Next is the largest valley in the ski area - the Belleville valley is home to three resorts : St-Martin-de-Belleville (1400 metres), Les Menuires (1850 metres) and Val Thorens (2300 metres), the highest ski resort in Europe. In this valley alone, (which is one of the largest districts in France) one day is simply not long enough to explore all of the different skiing possibilities?

Les 3 Vallées are home to eight ski resorts that are linked together by a unique network of ski lifts and ski runs. The resorts and villages lower down in the valley should also be added to these : Brides-les-Bains (at an altitude of 600 metres) is a spa resort that is linked by cable car to Méribel, the main town in the Allues valley, and Orelle (at an altitude of 900 metres) in the Maurienne valley which enabled the southern slopes to be equipped for skiing, providing access to the top of Les 3 Vallées: la Pointe du Bouchet (3400 metres).

Les 3 Vallées