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Panorama(s) : 12 picnic spots with view


Whether you are a skier or a pedestrian, Les 3 Vallées give you access to many picnic spots! With friends or family, enjoy a meal in one of our 10 best points of view!


The top of the Roc 1 gondola

Pedestrians and skiers all meet for a hearty sandwich and to take in the magnificent views over the Lou Valley, La Masse and the Yvoses.
45°19’53.2’’N – 6°33’17.8’’E


Courchevel Moriond

Les Chapelets at the far end of Les 3 Vallées is perfect for its wild, natural atmosphere, as well as the Signal mountain and its astounding views over the Vanoise glaciers.


La Clairière des Teppes

In the heart of the forest, a clearing is accessible on foot, on touring skis and with snowshoes, and reveals a panorama over the north Bellecôte glacier, Le Grand Bec and Le Mont Jovet. The view over La Tania from the nearby viewing platform is breathtaking.
45°43’17.45’’N – 6°58’78.27’’E


The Col de la Loze pass

Accessible from La Tania (Bouc Blanc and Dou des Lanches lifts) and Méribel (Loze Express lift) this spot boasts superb views over two resorts and Courchevel.
45°40’78.96’’N – 6°61’32.97’’E


The summit of La Saulire

At 2,738 metres of altitude, offering a panorama over the most beautiful Alpine peaks such as La Grande Casse and Mont Blanc.
45°38’33.52’’N – 6°61’03.209’’E


Le Mont Vallon

The highest point of Méribel Valley provides an exceptional viewpoint over the Péclet and Vanoise mountains. 45°19’42.09’’N – 6°36’35.32’’ E


The summit of Tougnète

This is a must-visit spot in the Saint-Martin de Belleville ski area, with 360° views over the Belleville and Allues valleys. 45°21’55.3’’N – 6°33’24.2’’E


Le Plan de l’eau

Located below Les Bruyères, this spot is easily accessible for skiers and pedestrians, and the setting is incredible. 45°18’46.4’’N – 6°32’19.6’’E


Le Glacier de Thorens

Access via the Moraine and Col lifts for panoramic views over the Chavières and Thorens glaciers. Perfect for a picnic on the terrace of the former refuge. Sun cream, everyone!
45°16’4.99″N – 6°36’56.55″E


La Cime Caron

At 3,200 metres of altitude, the peak of La Cime Caron is accessible on skis and on foot via the Caron lift, and offers views over more than 1,000 Alpine peaks including Mont Blanc.
45°26’32.84’’N – 6°56’08.839’’E


Le Bouchet

At the top of Les 3 Vallées, skiers can enjoy a break for lunch while admiring the views of Mont Blanc and Les Aiguilles d’Arves.
45°15’19.30’’N – 6°36’08.8’’E


The hamlet of La Loy

Leave the pistes and take a trip back in time. The alpine hamlet of La Loy offers an idyllic setting for a spontaneous picnic on the edge of the slopes.
45°22’44.4’’N – 6°30’59.5’’E

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