Magazine Les 3 Vallées

Panorama : 14 spots for snapping a unique background


The top of La Saulire in Courchevel, the highest point of the resort.


The top of Les Creux Noirs, one of the most beautiful panoramas in the valley…


The photo spots of Roc de Fer and La Saulire in Méribel, where you can get your picture taken for free while enjoying the exceptional panorama.


Mont Vallon is a must-see peak in the Vallée de Méribel, offering unique perspectives over the Gébroulaz glacier and the Parc national de la Vanoise.


The feeling of overlooking the valley below your skis from the col de la Loze between Courchevel and Méribel is just breathtaking.


On the Le Verdet trail in Méribel, you can take in the full splendour of the surrounding peaks thanks to the orientation table. And don’t forget to check out the stunning view over the Vallée de Méribel and its villages…


With its incredible view over Mont Blanc, the top of the col de la Chambre in Les Menuires is a must-visit spot for tourists and locals alike.


The legendary Pointe de la Masse in Les Menuires, accessible for all skiing abilities, boasts a 360° viewing platform that will delight all alpine enthusiasts. The Ibex, the symbol of the resort, awaits tourists for selfies!


From the top of Roc des 3 Marches in Les Menuires, you can admire Mont Blanc, Pointe de la Masse, and Mont Vallon.


View over the untouched snow fields from the Saint Martin Express chairlift.


As you arrive in Saint Martin via the pistes, after the bridge you can take in the full beauty of the little village and the mountains in la vallée des Encombres.


Cime de Caron is a major part of the Val Thorens identity, and one of the best spots for breathtaking views over this immense white cirque.


In Orelle, at the top of the Bouchet chairlift at 10,600 feet, the highest point in Les 3 Vallées.


The view from the vallon de Lory overlooking the Maurienne valley!

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