Ski resort Les Trois Vallées
Ski resort Les Trois Vallées in the heart of the French Alps has rightly earned its name as the largest integrated skiing area in the world. 318 marked ski-slopes offer a total of 600 kilometres of pure skiing enjoyment. Thanks to around 180 ski-lift installations, the ski-slopes at between 1300 and 3200 metres are reached quickly and easily. The reason: The generous infrastructure of ski-runs and ski-lift installations connects not only the large ski stations at Val Thorens, Les Menuires, Meribel-Mottaret and Courchevel with one another but also the up-and-coming smaller skiing locations at Saint Martin, La Tania and Brides les Bains. The Belleville valley, with the ski stations St. Martin, Les Menuires and Val Thorens, the Courchevel valley with its tiered landscape districts of Courchevel 1300, 1550, 1650 and 1850 all provide information about their respective heights, and are connected together with the centrally situated Méribel valley into a skiing area. That means: Skiers can experience all three valleys of the skiing area in a single day, also having the choice of countless ski-runs. From easy to difficult runs, there’s something for everyone, so that experienced skiers as well as beginners can all enjoy a tour through the valleys. A clever, clearly laid-out signage makes orientation child’s play, so that “getting lost” is an outright impossibility. Another advantage is the wide selection of ski-runs to choose from in each of the 3 valleys. Countless ski-runs begin and end practically directly in front of the accommodation, making long journeys to the valley stations unnecessary.