Rendez-vous in Les Trois Vallées

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  • Restaurant Le Panoramic in Courchevel

    Restaurant Le Panoramic in Courchevel

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  • Hang-glider

    Hang-glider

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  • Snowshoes

    Snowshoes

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Rendez-vous in Les Trois Vallées 73550 Méribel fr

Les Trois Vallées, the world’s largest ski area, is made up of eight resorts linked via a comprehensive network of modern ski lifts.

This list includes internationally famous resorts such as Courchevel, Méribel and Val Thorens and other more family-orientated resorts with a charm all of their own, such as Les Ménuires, La Tania, Brides-les-Bains, Saint-Martin-de-Belleville and Orelle.

50% of the ski area’s runs are considered easy (greens and blues) with the remaining 50% suitable for more proficient skiers (reds and blacks).

85% of the pistes are above 1,800m, enabling Les Trois Vallées to guarantee optimum snow conditions from early December to the end of April.
180 ski lifts are available to skiers, which ensure that you’ll spend more time on the slopes than in a queue.

These eight resorts also offer a unique range of off-piste and après-ski activities, as well as myriad events and entertainment and a wide choice of restaurants.

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