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.
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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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).