The Three Valleys have made major investments this summer to make your holiday experience even better. Here is a round up of what you can look forward to this season.
New Ariondaz Lift in Moriond (1650)
The new sleek lift replaces the one built in the seventies and will whisk you up to the top in just seven minutes (before it was 10 and a half), combined with double capacity, this should see a reduction in waiting time during busy periods.
New Tobaggan Run in Moriond (1650)
Courchevel is launching its very own formula 1 themed tobaggan run, with 8 tunnels, carousel and an interchange. Open every afternoon and two evenings a week. The cost is 15 Euros per run. Ski-Dazzle will have tickets to purchase for just 11 Euros per run. Sledges are provided and a helmet must be worn.
New Picnic Room at the Western Ski Park (1650)
Le Saloon is a new picnic room located next to the Western Ski Park in Moriond (1650) There is a microwave, access to water, mobile phone chargers and children’s play area in the meazzanine, plus free wifi, so a great place to have a break for small and big children alike.
3 Vallees Ski Pass for Four Hours
Morning and Afternoon Passes have been replaced with a four hour pass, giving you the flexibility to begin when you choose. With the easy connections and fast lifts, you’ll have lots of time to explore the 3 Vallees.
More Snow Cannons and Snow Guarantee
A further 115 snow making machines have been added to the Courchevel and La Tania area, bringing the total to 714 in the Courchevel Valley and 2383 in the Three Valleys.
The Three Valleys guarantees the largest number of open connected runs in Europe for the whole season, or your money back, so why would you want to ski anywhere else?
New Roc de Tougne Chair Lift
A new six seater chair lift replaces the two long, steep drag lifts, making the Mont de la Challe ski area more accessible and a quick route to Les Menuires and St Martin. The lift is also fitted with the latest technology to be able to operate during strong winds.
Lac de La Chambre Piste
The steeper sections of this run have been taken out, and the run reclassified as a blue, to make an easier return journey from Val Thorens.
DC AREA 43
Turn &Run is part of an area in DC AREA 43 for skiers and snowboarders who want to try freestyle, but without the huge jumps! New additions this year are mini kickers, the snail and a snowbridge, making the area fun and accessible for all levels.
Belleville (Val Thorens)
New Moraine Gondola
The old, slow, and being on the chilly side chair lift has been replaced with a 10 seater gondola. Users will be sheltered from this notoriously cold part of the valley, and will reach the Moraine and Genepi blue pistes much faster.
Two new Blue Pistes
There’s a new blue piste called the Corniche, which starts by La Folie Douce restaurant and bypasses the busy village centre to join the Croissant piste.
In the fourth valley (Orelle) a new blue run called La Croix d’Antide has been created, starting from the Bouchet chair lift and joining Gentiane.
There is so much to look forward to this season, and we can’t wait to get out there.
The Three Valleys has so much to offer and maintains its reputation as one of the fastest interlinked ski areas with access for all levels.