In Méribel, you can ski from the start of December until mid-April thanks to the high altitude of the slopes (from 1400m to 2952m altitude) and the aspect makes for quality snow. There’s something for all styles and all levels: in Méribel and the 3 Valleys, over 50% of the pistes are green or blue. And we promise, you won’t be stuck at the base of the resort to ski : exploring the whole 3 Valleys is accessible on blue runs, so you don’t need to be an expert to get to the highest points with their uninterrupted views! No need to set yourself unachievable goals: go from forest skiing in La Tania, to ‘high altitude’ at the end of the Méribel valley and Val Thorens – it’s all possible! Discover our selection of routes in the 3 Valleys on blue runs maximum. Ideal for newbie skiers or just those who like a relaxing ski or ‘balade’ as we say around here.
Via Saulire, the most well-known junction between the two valleys of Courchevel and Méribel. The highlights: unobstructed views of the surrounding peaks (Vanoise glaciers, the one and only Mont Blanc, a 360° of the Alps…) as well as a great skiing on the blue runs, particularly Creux. Don’t miss the Altiport, the highest in altitude and one of the shortest runways – it’s infamous among pilots! In short, this itinerary is a classic for views and a MUST DO!
Half-day excursion - Easy blue level 3 ski lifts
An itinerary which reveals the authentic charm of the sunny meadows of St Martin. Make the most of gorgeous, gentle slopes right down to the village of St Martin with its carefully preserved architecture.
Half day – Easy blue route 3 lifts
Here, our destination is the highest summits of the 3 Valleys, without needing to be an expert skier. Up in this high-altitude domain, the catchwords are: white, glaciers, panoramas, and perhaps a little cold… Let us take you up to the top of the mountain on blue runs!
Day excursion – Blue level 8 lifts - best outside of the school holidays