Our 10 extraordinary panoramic views

Our 10 extraordinary panoramic views

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our 10 incredible views in les 3 vallées

Oh, what a beautiful view.

Last night, you dreamt that Les 3 Vallées’ 10 most beautiful views were laid out before you, stretching all the way along an itinerary designed solely to bring you joy… Well, we’ve made your dream come true! From Courchevel-Moriond to Orelle, just put your skis on and let them take you from one exceptional view to the next… Exuding a real sense of escape and wide open space, these unique panoramas guarantee to reinvigorate you!

1. Le Signal

From Courchevel-Moriond’s snow front, go to the top of Le Signal chairlift. At 2,250 metres, prepare for your first highlight of the day: stunning views over Mont Blanc, rising up in the distance.

Panoramic view from Le Signal, Courchevel
Le Signal, Courchevel

2. La Saulire

Treat yourself to incredible skiing throughout the descent, taking you to the departure station of the Aiguille du Fruit chairlift. Follow it up with Les Marmottes lift and savour your second exquisite spot: you’re at the top of La Saulire, the highest point in Courchevel valley. At an altitude of 2,740 metres, a high mountain landscape unfurls before you. Breathe it all in, your happiness will reach new highs!

Panoramic view from La Saulire, Courchevel
La Saulire, Courchevel

3. Le Roc de Fer

On the blue Biche run, ski towards La Chaudanne in Méribel. From there, take the Legends chairlift, then the Olympic, and you’ll arrive at a legendary viewing point: the Roc de Fer, at an altitude of 2,294 metres!

Panoramic view from Le Roc de Fer, Méribel
Le Roc de Fer, Méribel

4. Saint-Martin-de-Belleville

Next, you’re off to the authentic village of Saint-Martin-de-Belleville (1,450 metres) via the Verdet and Biolley blue runs. A total change of atmosphere and different sights await you here: you’ll ski straight into the village, with views over the mountains and the Encombres Valley… a magical moment. To set off again towards Les Menuires, take the Saint Martin 1 gondola lift and the Saint Martin Express chairlift. Two runs later (the blue Gros Tougne and then the green Violette), take the NEW Pointe de la Masse gondola.

Panoramic view from Saint-Martin-de-Belleville

5. La Pointe de la Masse

Then, an absolute classic will appear before your eyes: la Pointe de la Masse, overlooking Les Menuires at an altitude of 2,804 metres. The 360° panorama over the surrounding mountains couldn’t be more beautiful.

Panoramic view from La Pointe de la Masse, Les Menuires
Pointe de la Masse, Menuires

6. La Cime Caron

Next, set your sights on Val Thorens and its legendary summit, Cime Caron. Perched at 3,200 metres, skiers often struggle to leave this magical spot, which makes you feel tiny and in awe of the magical white cirque. But you need to get back on your skis to treat yourself to the Combe de Rosaël black run, before resting your legs on the Peyron and Bouchet chairlifts.

Panoramic view from La Cime Caron, Orelle and Val Thorens
La Cime Caron, Val Thorens

7. Plan du Bouchet

Then it’s welcome to Orelle, at Les 3 Vallées’ summit! You’re at 3,230 metres now, and inevitably at this altitude the panorama laid out before your eyes will leave you speechless… Don’t miss the views over Le Bouchet glacier.

Panoramic view from Plan du Bouchet, Orelle
Plan du Bouchet, Orelle

8. Le Col de la Chambre

It’s time to start turning back, heading towards Val Thorens first. From the centre, the Plein Sud chairlift and Les 3 Vallées Funitel will take you to an eighth panorama, Col de la Chambre culminating at 2,850 metres. The itinerary continues via the Lac de la Chambre blue run.

Panoramic view from Le Col de la Chambre
Col de la Chambre, Val Thorens

9. Le Mont Vallon

Don’t miss the Mont Vallon gondola lift, which will take you right up to the top of another unmissable Les 3 Vallées peak: the Mont Vallon summit (2,952 metres). Méribel Valley stretches along the horizon and from the other side, the Gébroulaz glacier will dazzle you. Incredible skiing awaits next on the red Combe du Vallon route, before venturing into the forest on the Ours blue run and then the Truite green run.

Panoramic view from Mont Vallon, Méribel
Mont Vallon, Méribel

10. Le Col de la Loze

As the sun gently starts to go down, the end of the day approaches. If you take both the Rhodos 1 and 2 gondola lifts, the Blanchot green run then La Loze chairlift, you’ll be able to access the tenth and final panorama of your extraordinary expedition through Les 3 Vallées: Le Col de la Loze (2,304 metres). Give yourself a few minutes to savour the experience… before making your final curves in the snow on the way to Courchevel centre!

Panoramic view from Le Col de la Loze, Méribel
Col de la Loze, Méribel

An easy plan

Les 3 Vallées has created a whole range of skipasses to meet every need: you can ski on your own or with a group or family, for one day, a weekend, a week’s holiday or for the entire season.

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Knowing the snow conditions and weather forecast for the next 3 days in the seven 3 Vallées resorts is a real help when organising an unforgettable holiday in the heart of the largest ski area in the world.

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Here you will find all the webcams in Les 3 Vallées ski area. These cameras are situated at strategic points in each of the resorts and provide a mine of useful information so you can prepare and make the most of your ski outings!



Each day, you can check what Les 3 Vallées has to offer you by viewing live information on the opening conditions and the times and state of the lifts, ski runs and links.

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To prepare for your off-piste skiing day, consult the Avalanche Risk Estimate Bulletin. These information are essential in order to evaluate your off-piste outing. If you decide to do off-piste, think about to be accompanied by a mountain professional.

Avalanche Risk Estimate Bulletin

Check Les 3 Vallées app for access to live info when you’re on the ski area (ski run and ski lift opening times, opening times for links between Les 3 Vallées, weather forecasts…)

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