The Méribel Valley offers 150km of groomed pistes, shown on these Méribel piste maps.
The Altiport is a great area for beginners and young ones looking to build up their ability. Experienced skiers might like to try the red run down from Saulire to Méribel or the dramatic routes either side of Mont Vallon. There are three snow parks for the more adventurous.
Lifts in Méribel
The Three Valleys is the largest and one of the most beautiful skiing areas in the world. It is formed by six resorts, including Courcheval, La Tania, Brides-les-Bains, Méribel, Les Menuires and Val Thorens. There is also a fourth arena developing behind Val Thorens in Orelle.
With 640km of pisted ski runs and over 200 lifts, there is something for everyone, regardless of ability. Even the most experienced skiers never seem to tire of this vast paradise. With 1200 snow canons in the region, there is almost guaranteed snow from mid-December through to the end of April.
Lifts outside Méribel
La Tania/Le Praz: The old bubble has been replaced by a brand new super fast chairlift, dropping you by the fantastic Bouc Blanc restaurant in La Tania.
Val Thorens: Both the Portette chair and the Plan de L'eau chair have been changed, meaning a huge improvement when accessing Boismint.