Great snow conditions
All season
1 catered chalet
In this popular ski village
High altitude ski area
600 km of piste

Village

Les Menuires is a winter sports village in the French Alps. Dubbed 'the smile of the Alps' for its abundant sunshine and the semicircular arch of its main building. Due to its central location in the Les Trois Vallées ski area, Les Menuires serves as the perfect base for exploring the vast 600 kilometers of ski slopes.

Les Menuires comprises an old and a newer section. Preyerand-La Croisette forms the old center, mainly consisting of high-rise buildings. The newer part, Reberty Village and Les Bruyères, are independent villages, built entirely in chalet style with wood and natural stone. Both areas offer a range of shops, restaurants, cafes, and a disco, as well as a fitness center with sauna and an indoor swimming pool.

Reberty Village is situated directly on the ski slope, making it ideal for avid skiers. However, due to its cozy atmosphere, this part of Les Menuires also attracts many families. For the youngest winter sports enthusiasts, there is a separate children's park and three special toboggan runs in Les Menuires.

Other activities in the area include dog sled rides and snowmobile tours. A highlight is the 'Roc’n Bob', a 3.5 km long toboggan run starting at the mountain station.

Ski region

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Les Trois Vallées

Les Trois Vallées is among the largest interconnected ski areas worldwide, boasting approximately 600 km of slopes, numerous off-piste opportunities, and several major snowparks for snowboarders.

Exploring Les Trois Vallées means endless skiing, with a ski lift appearing at every turn. Over 250 lifts connect the three valleys (Saint-Bon, Les Allues, and Belleville), creating a vast area of over 600 kilometers of slopes. This makes it one of the largest interconnected ski areas globally. Thanks to its high altitude, with 85% of the slopes above 1800 meters, a glacier, and 2400 snow cannons, the area is highly snow-sure, allowing skiing from November to mid-May.

The slopes are divided into various colors, catering to every type of skier. Skiing among the trees near Courchevel and Méribel offers a stunning experience, while the Grand Tour de Trois Vallées provides variety for those seeking a challenge. Additionally, freestylers can enjoy themselves in 5 fun parks, including a halfpipe and boardercrosses.

Les Trois Vallées comprises several ski villages, including Val Thorens, Les Menuires, Saint Martin, Méribel, and Vallée de Courchevel. Each village has its own unique character. From beginners to advanced skiers, there is something for everyone in the Les Trois Vallées ski area.