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The ski area
The 3 Valleys – the name says it all: The world’s largest ski area extends over the three valleys of Vallée de Belleville, Vallée de Meribel and Vallée de Courchevel. With 600 kilometers of slopes in eight ski areas, all of which are connected, and over 160 ski lifts, the possibilities seem almost unlimited. There are 25 peaks and four glaciers in the area. Since 85 percent of the runs are over 1,800 meters, snow is guaranteed in The Three Valleys.
With such a selection of slopes, The Three Valleys has the right slopes for all skill levels. For beginners there are separate zones at almost all valley stations, the so-called “Zones Débutants”.
Here the skiers have to drive slowly and with particular care. The slopes, which are at a higher elevation and which connect the sub-ski areas, are, however, mostly demanding.
The Three Valleys also impresses with a varied landscape from high alpine, through forest runs to gentle alpine meadows.
Vallée de Courchevel
The ski areas in the Vallée de Courchevel, Courchevel and La Tania, are suitable for everyone for beginners and families.
In Courchevel there are several ways to get started on the slopes, as the World Cup site is laid out in storeys. Many easy slopes – marked green and blue in France – can be found around Courchevel-Moriond and Courchevel 1850m.
Above all, the terrain offers beautiful forest runs. Thanks to the four designated zones for beginners, beginners can practice their turns in peace.
Sporty drivers can have fun in the area between Creux and Saulire or explore the black-marked runs to Le Praz. Freeriders feel at home in higher altitudes. The steep slopes on the Saulire are particularly attractive with great deep snow runs. Winter sports enthusiasts can also enjoy a breathtaking view of the Mont Blanc massif.
La Tania is particularly suitable for families. The youngest area in The Three Valleys was opened in 1990 and is located in a beautiful spruce forest.
The architecture is in harmony with nature and no cars are allowed to drive in the town center. Beginners will find short practice slopes near the valley. Those who are more confident can reach the slopes of Méribel and Courchevel via Col de la Loze.
Vallée de Méribel
Advanced skiers will find the best opportunities in the Méribel valley. It is a bit narrower and steeper, which is also noticeable on the slopes.
Centrally located between the other two valleys, winter sports enthusiasts can comfortably explore all the slopes of The Three Valleys. The area towards Col de la Loze with several easy slopes is recommended for beginners.
Most of the rest of the terrain is crossed by red marked slopes, so you should be able to stand safely on the boards here.
Thanks to the many valley runs to Méribel, sporty skiers will find a large selection of suitable slopes here. Popular is the Combe du Vallon piste, which starts at the end of the valley on Mont du Vallon and leads back into the valley over an altitude difference of 1000 meters without hitting another piste, as well as the Mauduit run, which offers an impressive panorama on the Saulire starts.
The valley also belongs Brides les Bains , which is connected to Méribel by a gondola. Besides winter sports, it has made a name for itself as a health resort.
Vallée des Belleville
The third of the three valleys, Vallée des Belleville, is the first to start the ski season. In Val Thorens, the lifts run from November thanks to the glaciers.
In addition, the valley is particularly sunny and open. At the entrance to the valley are the slopes of Saint Martin de Belleville , which lead towards Cherferie. Visitors will find a snow park here , but the offer is manageable and not overwhelmed, especially at the beginning.
In addition, winter sports enthusiasts can also reach the other slopes of The Three Valleys from here.
A little deeper in the valley is Les Menuires , which scores with varied slopes.
Beginners can expect some short practice slopes in the valley as well as the part of La Masse, which is popular with families.
But the drive there is also worthwhile for other skiers. From the Pointe de la Masse at 2,804 meters you can see the three valleys; there are also difficult runs at this summit. On the opposite side of the valley, professionals are recommended the black marked Léo Lacroix, which starts from the Col de la Chambre.
Sporty drivers can let off steam in Val Thorens . Six glaciers and six peaks over 3,000 meters offer numerous runs, which also score with their length.
The long runs from Glacier de Peclet, for example, are popular. The Cime Caron awaits next to the beautiful black marked slopes Combe de Caron and Cristaux with a panorama of over 1000 peaks of the French, Swiss and Italian Alps. Orelle , which is not directly in the valley, but is connected to The Three Valleys thanks to the lifts , also offers access to the slopes .
The Three Valleys Express brings winter sports enthusiasts uphill from the village, where there are some blue and red marked pistes as well as the transition to Val Thorens at the Col de Rosaël.
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