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COURCHEVEL

 

The 3 Valleys ski area is made up of 3 main resorts: Val Thorens, Meribel and Courchevel.

Courchevel is one of the oldest resorts in the 3 Valleys. During the 1992 Albertville Olympics, it hosted the Ski Jump and Nordic Combined events. The resort is also known as a destination for celebrities and high society.

The Courchevel ski area in the Vanoise massif, is open from December to the end of April. Like with the rest of the 3 Valleys, there are always good levels of snow.

 

Courchevel is divided into several areas:

  • Courchevel, at 1,850 metres altitude, is the high point of the resort.
  • Courchevel Moriond, at 1,650 metres altitude, was historically the centre of the resort.
  • Courchevel village, at 1,550 metres, is the first tourist village in the hamlet on the way up from the valley.

 

 

 

MERIBEL

 

The 3 Valleys ski area is made up of 3 main resorts: Val Thorens, Meribel and Courchevel.

Meribel is one of the oldest resorts; it opened before the Second World War.

The Meribel ski area, at the heart of the Tarentaise Valley, is open from December to the end of April. As is the case throughout the 3 Valleys, there are always good levels of snow.

 

Meribel is divided into several areas:

  • Meribel-Mottaret, at 1,750 metres, is the highest village in the Meribel resort. Enjoy direct access to the 150 km of slopes at the resort.
  • Meribel les Hauts, at 1,600 metres, is a more recent, chic and lively neighbourhood.
  • Meribel centre, at 1,500 metres, is the perfect place to go shopping or relax on the terrace of a cafe.

The resort is particularly proud of Meribel village, at 1,400 metres, built in the traditional Savoie style.

 

 

 

PREPARING YOUR TRIP

 

During your stay in Val Thorens, follow this advice for the perfect holidays.

If you are driving, make sure you bring snow chains in winter. Bring warm clothes which can be easily accessed in your car, but also water and a flashlight. Do not overtake snow ploughs which are clearing the road.

Check the state of the roads before leaving for the Hotel Pashmina in Val Thorens.

 

State of the roads and road traffic in the Vallée des Belleville / Val Thorens
Phone: +33 (0)4 79 37 73 37 - 24h/24h

 

State of the roads and road traffic in the Savoie
Phone: +33 (0)4 79 37 73 37 - 24h/24h http://savoie-route.fr

 

The Val Thorens tourist office website is a great starting point for preparing your holidays in the 3 Valleys. You can find out about what events are on, check the state of the roads and the weather reports, as well as taking a look at the slopes and the resort on our webcam.

 

Feel free to contact reception at the Hotel Pashmina directly, for additional information or specific questions.

Phone reception: +33(0)4 79 00 09 99

Email reception: info@hotelpashmina.com 

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