Val Thorens is the highest ski resort in Europe at 2,300 metres.
Val Thorens is known for its high-quality, dry snow and long season, which usually runs from November to May.
Catching the cable car up to Роіntе dе Тhоrеns, the highest point in The Three Valleys аt 3,266 metres, is an experience to remember. You will be greeted on arrival with spectacular panoramic views of the French, Swiss and Italian alps.
November 21, 2020 to May 9, 2021
Located in a vast natural cirque surrounded by six glaciers, Val Thorens has 30 lifts and 150 kilometres of trails, including 11 green, 29 blue, 30 red and eight black.
For snowboarders and freestyle skiers, it also has a terrain park featuring jumps, rails and boxes as well as The Fun Slope – a 900 metre obstacle course with snow tunnels, bridges, spirals and banked turns.
95% of the properties in Val Thorens are ski-in ski-out with most of them self-catered apartments. You will also find some great 4 and 5 star hotels with beautiful spa facilities, bars and restaurants within them.
Val Thorens offers everything from burger bars to elegant French bistros, as well as a nightclub with the largest dance floor in the alps, Le Malaysia.
It also has a six kilometre-long toboggan run and activities including ice diving, ice driving, snow mountain biking, off-piste ski touring, snowmobiling and paragliding.
|Linked ski area||The 3 Valleys (7 resorts)|
Courchevel, Bride-les-Bains, Meribel, Les Menuires,
St Martin de Belleville, Val Thorens, Orelle
|Skiable area||600 km|
327 runs (17% greens, 39% blues, 33% reds, 11% blacks)
|Number of lifts||166|