Les 3 Vallées without skis

Les 3 Vallées without skis

Pedestrians at the heart of Les 3 Vallées: an absolute pleasure of a stay...

Thankfully, experiencing the magic of a mountain break in the heart of winter isn’t just a privilege reserved for skiers. But how do you go about having an unforgettable time with the rest of your ski-loving family or group when you don’t want – or are perhaps unable – to join in on skis? It’s simple – just avail yourself of an invaluable way to unlock the ski area: the 3 Vallées pedestrian pass, an essential skipass for an effort-free ascent to the summits, with total freedom. Available by the day or by the week, it offers unlimited access to a large part of the ski area via the ski lifts. So explore Les 3 Vallées without skis. And you too can savour timeless experiences.

Share a slice of life

Lunch or drinks on the terrace at the summit

Terrace lunch in Les Menuires in Les 3 Vallées
Thanks to the 3 Vallées Pedestrian Pass, you can meet up with your group at the summit to enjoy a wonderful lunch or a refreshing drink on a sunny terrace. You too can take the opportunity to savour the individual atmospheres of the many slopeside restaurants dotted over the Les 3 Vallées area. And to treat yourself to a delicious slice of life shared with your loved ones in a unique setting.
Terrace lunch in Les Menuires in Les 3 Vallées

The stunning sights of the mountains within easy reach

Access the stunning, exhilarating viewpoints that make up Les 3 Vallées thanks to the essential 3 Vallées Pedestrian Pass. Spectate at the skiers’ ball. Treat yourself to a restorative walk. Capture these precious moments and stunning landscapes forever by taking a few snaps. Or simply take the time to savour the majestic panoramic views. Among the most accessible for pedestrians:

The Creux Noirs summit (2,705 metres), accessible from the top of the Saulire cable car in Courchevel, for exceptional views over Mont Blanc and Les Ecrins’ Aiguilles in particular.

The famous Cime Caron (3,200 metres) on the Val Thorens side, with plunging views over La Maurienne and Belleville Valleys.

There’s also Mont Vallon (2,952 metres) in Méribel Valley for unique views over Gébroulaz glacier and the Vanoise National Park.

Le Col de la Chambre (2,850 metres) and Tougnète summit (2,437 metres), accessible from Les Menuires, Val Thorens, Saint-Martin-de-Belleville, Méribel and Méribel Mottaret.

Discover the soul of every resort

A different, practical, and eco-friendly way to visit Les 3 Vallées resorts

Skilifts in Les 3 Vallées
Each of the seven 3 Vallées resorts exudes its own distinct personality and atmosphere, with unique architecture and tantalising address books filled with restaurants, bars, cultural venues, and shops. It’s such a joy to make use of Les 3 Vallées ski lifts, which are a comfortable means of transport (and quite different to most other means of daily transport!), to discover the soul of every resort. Let yourself be transported from one valley to the next, with the bonus of exceptional panoramas to gaze upon throughout your journey.
Our 10 incredible views
Skilifts in Les 3 Vallées

Snowshoeing, tobogganing, zip lining… Les 3 Vallées: a gateway to extraordinary activities

Once you’ve reached Les 3 Vallées’ summits, you can really make the place yours thanks to access to its many footpaths and snowshoeing trails, which will let you enjoy these revitalising, inspiring wide snowy expanses just the way you want to. Your 3 Vallées pedestrian pass will also give you access to other daredevil activities to share with the family.

Starting with the famous toboggan runs, among which are the longest and most fun in France (Moriond Racing in Courchevel-Moriond and the toboggan run between Courchevel and Courchevel-Village (1,550 metres), Mission Black Forest in Méribel, Roc'N Bob in Les Menuires and CosmoJet in Val Thorens).

Another must-try is the Speed Mountain toboggan run on rails with its twists and banked turns in Les Menuires, and Fat Biking – mountain biking with XXL tyres on Les Menuires Roc’N Bike site.

Finally, for a shot of pure adrenaline, head to Val Thorens’ La Bee double zip line, and hurtle down a 1,800-metre slope at heights of up to 65 metres!

And if you love unusual experiences, treat yourself to a night in Val Thorens’ Igloo Village at an altitude of 2,400 metres.