The Belleville valley from the Lac du Lou off-piste.

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The ski area of the 3 Valleys

An exceptional ski area.

With more than 500 km of marked and regularly maintained slopes, 163 ski lifts which allow a cumulative flow of 300,000 people per hour (5 times more than Vail, the largest ski resort in the United States!), the 3 Valleys are the largest truly interconnected ski area in the world.

Even more than these impressive figures, what makes the 3 Valleys an incomparable ski area, they are:

View towards the ridge separating the Bellevilles valley from the Mauriennais side of the 3 Valleys.

The high-altitude area of Val Thorens seen from the top of the Cime Caron. On the right, in the sun, the side of Orelle in Maurienne.

Our ski resorts in the 3 Valleys

La Tania building seen through the branches under the snow

La Tania

The forest is omnipresent in La Tania and it remains its greatest wealth:
It preserves the quality of the snow, protects from the wind, guarantees good visibility whatever the weather and brings incomparable charm to the small resort.

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Courchevel in winter seen from the Chenus red slope


Courchevel 1850 from the "Loze rouge" slope. A very wide and perfectly maintained slope characteristic of the ski area of the resort.

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A skier at the Col du Fruit


The Col du Fruit, which separates the valleys of Meribel (on the right) and Courchevel (on the left). On both sides, very nice off-piste but beware:
The avalanche risks are often very high there.

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Skieur dans la combe sans nom

Val Thorens

First tracks in the Combe sans Nom in Val Thorens. Spring snow at Christmas. Something to smile about! The route is very beautiful, little known as its name suggests, but the risk of getting lost towards rocky outcrops is very important if you do not know the area perfectly.

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