Méribel Mottaret is home to our friendly mascot Yooni, the little blue yeti who will accompany you on your adventures. Whether you’re on skis or on foot, you can access the enchanting Himalayan world of the Yeti Park: a wide, gentle green run which includes lots of fun interactive features such as prayer wheels to spin, gongs to whack and horns to blow. Discover the magic of this snowy world and experience the thrill of the great Himalayan expeditions!
Race your children down the parallel or filmed slaloms, listen to Yooni’s stories in the secret grotto, whizz through the tunnels, visit the igloos, fly down the zip-line, and immerse yourselves in this magical winter wonderland
How to get there ? Take the Combes chairlift from Méribel-Mottaret.
On the program: a family slalom between the games and animals on the ice floe, and a stopover at the Inuit village, where young and old alike can enjoy a host of fun activities.
On the trail, chimes, igloos, ice floes, penguins, bears and seals transport you to the Inuit world. In the heart of the forest, the village is always the ideal stopover for adventurers and skiers from the far north. Children can play free games and win prizes, while parents can relax on wooden deckchairs in the sun.
A fun and educational break from the slopes!
Whether you’re challenging yourself to ride bigger and better, or just want to hang out and watch the experts, head on over to the Snow park OPEN PARK in Méribel Mottaret to find out what the Meribel freestyle scene is all about.
How to get there? Take the Plattières gondola or the Chatelet chairlift from Méribel-Mottaret.
In Courchevel Moriond, don't miss Yepa's Canyon on the Piste des Indiens, which will delight young and old alike.
On the blue Indian Trail, follow in the footsteps of Yepa, the brave young Indian. She leads you into her natural canyon, a precious jewel of Courchevel Moriond surrounded by sumptuous fir and spruce trees, where you can ski down quietly, as if time had stopped and you were back in the days of the redskins. Welcome to the land of Yepa, in search of the spirits of nature. With her, discover :
Colorful, lively and playful, this new space is an intense, immersive journey for adults and children alike...
And to extend the cultural and sensory experience, head for the Perle de Lune tepee at the top of the Western Skipark!
Access via the Ariondaz gondola
The benchmark fun park in the 3 Valleys. There's something for every taste, level and mood! And for the past few years, the colorful Incas have been welcoming you to the Family Park.
Want to challenge your kids or friends? Race them on the easy boardercross! More of a personal challenge? Head for the snowpark line with moguls and rails for all levels! Do your kids want a break from skiing? Let them climb the inflatable pyramid or have a snowball fight in the snow maze!
Boardercross, whoops, rails, tables, jumps, Big Air Bag... Don't miss out on this fun area, especially if you're coming with the family. It's the perfect break to vary the pleasures, always in an exceptional setting.
How to get there: Impossible to miss, it's located just below the Verdons gondola lift in Courchevel.
In the La Masse sector, come and discover the fauna that we observe but rarely see on our ski descents: black grouse, golden eagle, rock ptarmigan, badger, red frog and, of course, the famous whistling marmot.
Join them on the fun trail co-constructed with the Vanoise National Park, the "Friendly Natural Park"! Fun modules, a parallel slalom and a picnic area to discover, learn and share the wealth of wildlife in the Parc de la Vanoise. Access via the Masse 1 or Pointe de la Masse gondola.
A 900-metre route with more than 50 activities makes for a fun interactive zone for all your senses! Snow tunnels, bridges, spirals, curved bends… 3 minutes of action await, no matter what your age or experience, all you need is a sense of fun!
How to get there? Take the 2 Lacs chairlift in the centre of the Val Thorens ski area.