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Fun afternoon stop

Our kids love a quick afternoon stop at the Inuit village to stroke the huskey dogs and fish for... read more

Reviewed March 7, 2017
Liz_TheOldBakery
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Cambridge, United Kingdom
Fun for everyone

Great little ski park. Fun for kids and adults, novice or expert. Great way to unwind from a... read more

Reviewed December 31, 2016
y0rkshireandy
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York, United Kingdom
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Mar 24, 2018
“Good for kids”
Mar 7, 2017
“Fun afternoon stop”
About
Come to enjoy the Inuit Village, a new fun area which is composed of whoops, banked turns and slaloms... You could also discover lots of games on the theme of Inuit.
Suggested duration: < 1 hour
Contact
| Altiport area, 73550 Meribel, Les Allues, France
Website
+33 4 79 08 65 32
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed January 15, 2016 via mobile

Great for families and a new addition to the easy green slopes around altiport in meribel. Enjoyed the ski run through the trees and past animals, wind chimes, and tunnels. Will be back with the kids next year!

1  Thank timpronkster
MeribelAlpina, Propriétaire at Piste des Inuits, responded to this reviewResponded January 17, 2016

Thank you for your opinion. For the next year, we can offer you lot of entertainements and free activities on the slopes. See you next year !

Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed February 9, 2016

This is pitched as a fun run with activities to do on the way down. The only thing to do is to look at the Inuit village (a tent and some plastic horses) - there are no jumps, no games and that is the only...More

1  Thank Travelaholic44
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Reviewed March 24, 2018

Good for kits, but not that much for them to "explore". Slope mainly used as a connection slope to get back to Meribel.

Thank Garfield963
MeribelAlpina, Responsable commercial at Piste des Inuits, responded to this reviewResponded April 26, 2018

Hello Garfield963, Thanks for your feedback. We hope to add new stuffs next year to entertain beter your childs ! Kind regards,

Reviewed March 7, 2017

Our kids love a quick afternoon stop at the Inuit village to stroke the huskey dogs and fish for Haribos!

Thank Liz_TheOldBakery
Reviewed December 31, 2016

Great little ski park. Fun for kids and adults, novice or expert. Great way to unwind from a day's more 'serious' skiing.

Thank y0rkshireandy
Reviewed June 21, 2016

Excellent, easy piste, fabulous for young children, but also a good laugh with adults. lots of obstacles to go round / through. nice little bits of off-piste that join on, good start to encouraging challenge.

Thank Marcus C
MeribelAlpina, Propriétaire at Piste des Inuits, responded to this reviewResponded July 4, 2016

Thank you for your positive feedback. Next season you will discover something new on the Inuits slope. Our entertainers offers new activities for the whole family.

Reviewed April 1, 2016

An absolute unexpected delight found in the middle of a lovely blue run the through the trees. The American Indian teepee were interesting and the girl did some wonderful face painting for the kids.

Thank spyderman2016
MeribelAlpina, Propriétaire at Piste des Inuits, responded to this reviewResponded April 6, 2016

Thanks a lot for your answer. See you next year.

Reviewed March 7, 2016

My first day skiing was a total disaster, ending up with me sliding down a rather steep red on my bum (thanks to the other half). On the second day I visited the piste des inuits and loved it! Nice easy slope with lots of...More

Thank jaygray38
MeribelAlpina, Propriétaire at Piste des Inuits, responded to this reviewResponded July 4, 2016

Thanks a lot for your review. In Meribel Altiport ski area, you can progress safely. We develop every year new fun slopes with free activities.

Reviewed February 24, 2016

To keep the younger children entertained on the slopes, take a diversion to the inuit park, let them bang a drum, ring a bell, ski through tunnels and if you are lucky meet the huskies and dog sledge, its free

Thank Richard I
MeribelAlpina, Propriétaire at Piste des Inuits, responded to this reviewResponded February 29, 2016

Hello. Thank you very much for your review. Our entertainments team have many suprises for the next season.

Reviewed February 21, 2016

We all had fun, mum, dad and 13y old daughter! Well laid out with a variety of "tricks" to negotiate. We especially liked the cut out head to ski through!

Thank Bruce M
MeribelAlpina, Propriétaire at Piste des Inuits, responded to this reviewResponded February 29, 2016

Hello. Thank you very much for your review. See you in 2016-2017 for many mew entertainments !

Reviewed February 18, 2016 via mobile

My children enjoyed this slope over and over again with lots of interesting things to occupy them Can be a bit icey in the trees

Thank Dr3w66
MeribelAlpina, Propriétaire at Piste des Inuits, responded to this reviewResponded February 21, 2016

Hello and thank you. Inuits slope is our best fun slope for children and family. The two new runs are in the forest. Indeed, there is sometimes ice because of the trees.

Reviewed February 15, 2016 via mobile

Members of my family skied down here today and loved it!!!! They saw the huskys on their way past too. As a disabled non skier was a bit upset that I couldn't see the huskies as the only way to get to them is to...More

Thank cg2792
MeribelAlpina, Propriétaire at Piste des Inuits, responded to this reviewResponded February 21, 2016

Hello and thank you for comment. Inuits slope is on the ski area. So, it's difficult for us to offer secure access for pedestrians. For huskys, they have a secure area near the Inuits slope. Do you know that the ski schools offer services for...More

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