A little-known, unspoilt spot, the Cabane du Lac offers skiers the perfect break for a warm picnic or simply a relaxing break with a view. Nestled in the wilderness of the Roc de la Tougne, this former ski patroller's hut is now equipped with a giant hammock for outdoor lounging, as well as a cocooning indoor space. An original and fun way to share a relaxing interlude with family and friends, while marvelling at the beauty of the surrounding peaks. Access: at the end of the Julie piste, accessible via the Roc de Tougne chairlift.
To salute the emblem of Méribel, the heart of the 3 Valleys, you'll find these magnificent XXL-sized wooden hearts on the summits. Placed on 3 Méribel summits, they offer fans of Instagram, tiktok and other social networks perfect vantage points for unforgettable photos... that are sure to make an impact. You'll find them on the summit of Mont Vallon, 50m from the finish when you leave on the piste, and at the top of Roc de Fer. For the 3rd, we won't tell you more - it's up to you to find it!
The play area for children and adults is getting a facelift this winter! On the programme: a new break area at the ski lift, a giant xylophone to test the different sounds produced by your ski poles, new tunnel slides for the little ones to do without skis... And our beloved furry mascot can be found on the snow fronts every late afternoon!
Les résidents du Hameau du Mottaret seront ravis de lire cette nouvelle : la télécabine des Chalets, qui relie ce quartier à Méribel-Mottaret centre sera désormais accessible de 7h20 à 23h30. Des horaires élargis qui vont permettre de faciliter les déplacements en proposant une alternative aux navettes gratuites et une initiative bienvenue pour profiter pleinement des animations sur le front de neige ou de s’offrir un dîner dans l’une des bonnes tables de Mottaret. Le petit + : la télécabine des Chalets est accessible gratuitement.
The Element Park's new ambition is to offer the perfect blend of thrills, creativity and entertainment, whatever your age or skiing ability. Built over 3 levels, this winter you'll find :
To ensure that your children are completely safe when they ride the chairlift, the Combes chairlift in Méribel Mottaret will be equipped this winter with an innovative system that automatically closes the guardrails at the departure and intermediate stations. Based on image detection, the system is able to detect whether the chairlift is occupied and whether the guardrail is open. If this is the case, all the chairlift operator has to do is automatically activate the lowering of the guardrail! Perfect for keeping the kids on the Yeti Park fun zone all morning, and parents on their toes!
Are you visiting Courchevel to discover the area's sublime slopes, renowned for their exceptional grooming, but don't want to lose a minute of skiing? Take a break in this new picnic room, comfortably installed in a warm, completely renovated space, ideal for a warm snack break. At your disposal: tables, chairs, microwave oven, glove dryer, free wifi and smartphone chargers... everything you need to get back on the slopes of the 3 Vallées! Access: at the top of the Verdons gondola.
Following the success of its first Nid just beyond the Col de la Loze, Courchevel is repeating the experience with a new Nid at the summit of the Saulire. Situated high up in the resort, in an unobstructed setting with a view, these small, pointed cabins have been designed as authentic cocoons. From the Nid de la Saulire, enjoy a bird's-eye view of the Courchevel resort or the high-mountain panorama of the Aiguille du Fruit. Access: from the top of the Vizelle, Saulire or Pas du Lac gondolas.
In partnership with the legendary ski brand Head, Courchevel inaugurates a new slalom course open throughout the winter season, accessible to skiers of all levels. The Head Slalom offers a new space that's sure to please, with a slope tailor-made to fit in with the great local champion Alexis Pinturault and experience the sensations of such a descent between the poles. Access: the Head Slalom is located at the bottom of the Dou du Midi piste, next to the L'Épicéa ski lift.
Ever wanted to know how a ski lift works? Take a behind-the-scenes look at the machine room and discover the various stages, from construction to operation. Playful and immersive, this museum features a LEGO® model and expert-guided tours to discover the secrets of this precision mechanism. Access: via the Pointe de la Masse gondola, during operating hours. Freely accessible to pedestrians and skiers on presentation of a valid lift ticket.