COURCHEVEL

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IN THE HEART OF THE LARGEST SKI AREA IN THE WORLD
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ADVANCED SKIING

The 3 Valleys ski area is an exceptional, internationally-renowned playground. It is quite simply the biggest interconnected ski area in the world.

With a reputation for being particularly accessible to skiers of all levels of expertise (50% easy slopes), it is also the ultimate destination for advanced skiers with 111 red and 30 black runs. More than enough to satisfy those in search of steep descents and long runs.

Among the most renowned spots, we particularly recommend:

  1. 1 COURCHEVEL VALLEY
  2. 2 MÉRIBEL VALLEY
  3. 3 LES BELLEVILLE VALLEY
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COURCHEVEL VALLEY

o The whole Saulire / Creux sector with its impressive network of red and black runs at altitudes of between 2000 m and 2700 m: Grand Couloir (Black), Saulire (Red), Combe des Pylônes (Black), M (Black), Marmottes (Red), Suisses (Black), Turcs (Black), Park City (Red), Creux (Red), Roches Grises (Black), Jean Pachod (Red), Chanrossa (Black).

o The black runs towards Le Praz and especially Jean Blanc and Jockeys, beautiful spots and ideal when visibility is not so good.

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MÉRIBEL VALLEY

o The bottom of the valley with the essential Mont Vallon and its famous Combe du Vallon piste (Red). This piste runs down a smooth slope with an overall altitude difference of 1000 m in a superb setting (no other runs close by, no crossroads). Absolutely worth discovering.

o Mauduit run (Red) which takes you from the summit of La Saulire to the centre of Méribel in the blink of an eye.
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LES BELLEVILLE VALLEY

LES MÉNUIRES AND VAL THORENS

o Make sure you go to Pointe de la Masse where you won’t be disappointed by the steep slopes. Fewer people make their way here (it’s true that these slopes are a little out of the way, but they are quick and easy to get to if you are a good skier) and you are rewarded with unforgettable views over the 3 Valleys.

o The Cime Caron runs are also well worth a visit: Combe de Caron (Black), Combe de Rosaël (Black) or Col de l’Audzin (Red) offer challenging skiing at an altitude (departure at 3200 m).
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