SKI MERIBEL

Situated in the heart of the Three Valleys is the luxury ski resort of Meribel, the perfect base for your luxury ski holiday in the Trois Valleés. With many new luxury chalets in Meribel it is no wonder why it has become popular with its international clientele. With over 600km of pistes at your disposal you can make the most of them before relaxing in your private luxury ski chalet. Read more

The Meribel valley is made up of several villages and hamlets such as Les Allues, Meribel Village and Le Raffort. Meribel itself is where you would find the majority of the luxury chalets. Meribel Centre is also a hub for the activities in the valley with many excellent restaurants and lively après ski bars not to mention the bowling alley, ice rink and swimming pool complex, all of which are easily in reach of your luxury chalet. The infrastructure and range of skiing combine to make Meribel a great luxury family resort.

Meribel Mottaret completes the valley's resorts. Mottaret is the highest resort in the valley which gives great access to the fantastic Three Valleys ski area with it being just two lifts away from Courchevel, Val Thorens, Les Menuires and St Martin de Belleville.

Region

Three Valleys

Altitude

1400m-1750m

Highest Peak

Point du Bouchet 3,230m

Ski Terrain

The Three Vallées ski area consists of 600km of groomed piste.

Number of runs in the full area;
51 Green runs
131 Blue runs
107 Red runs
30 Black runs

Cross Country: 118km

Closest Airport

Chambéry 2 hours, Geneva/Lyon 2½ hours
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