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All of the pistes are great runs and are well connected with fast lifts. I ventured off piste on powder days, there are so many places to get your fair share of the fresh stuff.
I stayed in Val Thorens, Its a good base however...More
Great skiing! Many different routes to take with a Les Trois Vallées skipass. We stayed in Les Bettaix for the first time (stayed in Val Thorens and Meribel before) and it was perfect. We could ski down to pur house which was 150m next to...More
Overall the ski area was amazing- there's just so much to do and there's something for everyone (great blacks, blues and reds as well as beautiful off-piste runs). I would 100% recommend this place but if you're not a parents, I would avoid this place...More
Probably the most amazing and interesting ski place ever I have been to skiing. I had the joy in the long ski slopes. Friendly mountain staff all over the runs what if you have and issues during skiing. And also have French wine can test...More
I have been skiing in Meribel for nearly twenty years and over the last 5 years have probably skied for about 8 weeks each year. I am far from a beginner, in fact I would say I'm an advanced skier, not balking at icy mogly...More
I visited St Martin De Bellevue with friends who live in France (no driving, bonus!).
It was a bad day for skiiing due to the unseasonal warmth and rain. However we were given a discounted lift pass.
As a novice border ai toxins the conditions...More
We came late in the spring to Meribel for some skiing. Most of the lower slopes were closed (Befinning of April), but higher slopes were open.
This was my third time in 3Vallees.
3Vallees is rated as worlds largest skiing area, and it is large....More
First the domain can be accessed from 1500ft elevation. No need to get stuck in traffic jam or to chain tyres.
The domain is just huge and shows a great diversity. In Val Thorens the snow is garanteed (quantity and quality), downside is this is...More
I've read some of the criticism of The Three Valleys on here and I feel obliged to respond. Sure this season has not been the best for snow, but I visited twice this season and had two great holidays. Any criticism of the lift system...More
On Saturday 25th March 2017, many pistes in Morraret and Val Thorens were closed (including the connections between the valleys), with the claim being 'high winds'. It wasn't true - the winds had subsided from the previous day, it was lack of weekend staff and...More