The Three Valleys
This world renowned resort needs little introduction, with over 600 km's of piste to choose from. A vast array of interlinking piste's, stunning scenery and varied runs to suit every standard. High altitude glaciers right down to tree lined runs ensure the 3 Valleys is high on the list of must visit resorts year after year.
It is the biggest ski area in the world and it links superbly. No need to take buses or tow ropes to get over flat sections. Just fast easily accessible lifts.
Les 3 Vallees has slopes from 3230 - 1100m with 1851 hectares of groomed runs.There are 309 runs offering more than 60,000 m of vertical drop. More than enough for a season's skiing!!
Courchevel alone has 95 slopes with nearly 20,000 vertical metres of superbly groomed snow. It boast Modern Lifts, dramatically stunning scenery, unusual mountains and valleys with slopes facing in all directions.
Easy wide open beginners slopes, an array of different intermediate slopes and superb black runs - M, Suisse, and the famous Couloirs (only for the real experts) make this a resort for all.
The 3 Vallees has a great snow record and in just the Courchevel valley there are over 617 snow cannons (43% of ski area) ensuring that world class skiing is guaranteed all season long.
Meribel, in the heart of the 3 Valleys, is a favourite of the English. Mont Vallon sits at the head of this lovely wide open valley, with great intermediate pistes on either side and off piste runs to lower villages like Raffort and Les Allues.
Val Thorens and Les Menuires boast high altitude bowl skiing above the tree line. There are some stunning off piste routes from Cime de Caron and Le Masse and great skiing for those that prefer the piste.
We are on hand to share our 25 plus years knowledge of this extensive ski area with you. We enjoy social skiing with friends. If you want to employ a ski instructor or High Mountain guide then we can assist in finding a good match for you - to bring your skiing on or just find the best off piste.
Favourites are exploring the Courchevel valley, excursions to St Martin de Belleville and a day trip through all 4 valleys to have lunch overlooking Italy.
Extensive snow cannons from Saulire (2800m) down to Le Praz(1300) ensure great snow right to the end of April. Each evening Courchevel's pistes are immaculately groomed, so you can cruise perfect pistes each morning.