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Les 3 Vallées

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Resorts 9.0
Ski Areas 9.6
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Les 3 Vallées
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Les 3 Vallées
Highest point: 3,230 m
Lowest point: 1,100 m
Lifts in total: 156
Tow lifts: 59
Chair lifts: 58
Gondola lift: 39
Pistes in total: 600 km
312 km
216 km
72 km
Ski routes: 50 km

Ski holidays Les 3 Vallées - superlative ski experience!

Welcome to the famous "3 Vallées" - these are the Belleville, Courchevel and the Méribel Valleys! Together they form the world's largest interconnected ski area with a snow-sure maximum altitude of 3,230 m. The high-alpine surroundings, exceptionally long and varied pistes, as well as a large variety of freerider possibilities and snow parks ensure this region to be an incomparable skiing experience! The resorts in the 3 valleys all have different characters - from charming to sophisticated. However for a while now the typical chalet and apartment houses tend to dominate the resorts charming appearance. The lift connection between the 3 valleys is ideal: you have direct access to the entire ski region, including Europe's highest located ski station at 2,300 m.

Brides les Bains

Brides Les Bains (600 m) with around 600 residents lies in the valley directly below the well-known winter sports resort Méribel (1,450 m), to which it is connected by cable car. Located at the start of the Vanoise Massif, the resort invites you to have a peaceful stay with a wonderful view of the surrounding mountains and immediate access to the gigantic "Les 3 Vallées" ski world. Brides les Bains is made unique by its thermal springs, which …
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Courchevel is located in the western part of the famous "3 Vallées". The sophisticated winter sports resort of Courchevel offers an attractive selection of 150 km of pistes. The area expands over 5 altitude levels between 1,300 and 1,850 m and therefore offers fantastic diversity. Courchevel 1550 is a particularly popular destination with families. Numerous green and blue pistes open up sheer endless opportunities to beginners and pleasure …
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Les Menuires

Les Menuires is located at an altitude of 1,850 m in the Belleville valley. The resort is characterised by chalets made of wood and natural stone, which makes its appearance romantic. Being very family friendly and with many offers available for children, the resort is labelled "Famille Plus". In comparison to the its neighbour resort Val Thorens, Les Menuires offers considerably cheaper prices, however still provides all the comfort and …
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Due to its central location in the heart of Trois Vallées, Méribel is particularly popular. From here there other ski areas of the world's largest interconnected region are easily reached. Typical for Méribel are the chalet buildings which are built in traditionally style and emit wonderful Alpine charm. Many accommodations offer ski-in option for easy access at the end of the day. The historic resort centre of Méribel is located in Méribel …
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St. Martin

Welcome to our SnowTrex Club holidays! For our first offer, we're staying in the "Three Valleys", the largest ski area in the world! Directly below Les Menuires lies the original mountain village of St. Martin (see Val Thorens piste plan). The lift connection to Les Menuires, Val Thorens and Méribel is perfect, and the piste is only 50 m from our club. Despite the quiet location, après ski is by no means neglected, as in addition to the …
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Val Thorens

At an altitude of 2,300 m above sea level, Val Thorens is the highest ski resort in Europe. The village itself is practically located "on the piste", allowing you to simply ride through the centre of the resort. Due to its great snow record, skiing up until May is rarely a problem. The greatest meeting point for well-deserved après-ski is the large sun terrace in front of the legendary bar "Le Monde". Val Thorens has much to offer its …
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