About The Three Valleys
The Three Valleys is one of the largest ski areas in the world and a fantastic destination for a family ski holiday. The ski area consists of no fewer than eight fully interlinked resorts including Meribel, Courchevel and Val Thorens, as well as Les Menuires, La Tania, Orelle and Saint Martin de Belleville. Alongside a seemingly infinite number of slopes, the area boasts some fearsome off-piste snow parks and other playgrounds for both skiers and boarders.
The slopes at a glance
- 8 Fully interlinked resorts
- 166 Lifts
- 600 km of pistes
- 328 downhill pistes
- 105 km2 of skiable area
- In excess of 2,100 snow cannons
Skiing for all abilities
With so many pistes on offer, the Three Valleys is suitable for all skiing abilities. From long winding tree-lined blues to formidable blacks, it has something for everyone. Instructors in the area are all highly qualified and have experience teaching all ages and levels. Over 50% of pistes in the Three Valleys are graded either green or blue, so you can start out slow and build your way up to tricker runs. For seasoned pros there are some long and gruelling black runs and world-famous off-piste.
Reberty 2000 and Les Bruyeres
The Les Menuires satellite resorts of Reberty 2000 and Les Bruyeres are home to all seven of Ski Familles Three Valleys chalets. Much prettier than central Les Menuires, the resorts offer traditional Savoyard charm, whilst still giving easy access to the facilities in the purpose built resort of Les Menuires below.
Both Reberty 2000, and the slightly larger Les Bruyeres, have easy access to bars, restaurants and ski schools, as well as an indoor swimming pool perfect for families.