Val Thorens Ski Holidays
Voted World's Best Ski Resort 2016 in the World Ski Awards, perched at the top of the extensive Three Valleys ski area is Europe's highest ski resort, Val Thorens - a fantastic choice for all ages and abilities of skier.
Val Thorens is a popular option with a great choice of ski school options, which is sure to get even total beginners well on their way. Skiers and boarders of all levels will find never ending terrain to enjoy and need never ski the same tracks twice.
With an excellent resort sports centre, loads of activities to suit all ages and bars and restaurants for all tastes and budgets, Val Thorens has many clients who return year after year to enjoy the huge ski area by day and the lively après-ski scene by night.
Skiing in Val Thorens
Val Thorens is the highest resort in the Alps, sitting at a snow-sure 2300m, so is a great choice for early or late season trips. It sits at the head of the Belleville valley, which also includes Les Menuires and St Martin de Belleville and offers a huge amount of skiing for all abilities of skier and snowboarder.
The majority of the runs, suitable for intermediate and advanced skiers, start from above 2000m and from here there is plenty of interesting off-piste between the marked trails for the more adventurous skiers.
Val Thorens has one of the best terrain parks in the Three Valleys with separate areas designated for different abilities.
- Important information
Ski Area Three Valleys: 600km Green Runs 55 Blue Runs 131 Red Runs 109 Black Runs 34 Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Off-season Off-season Off-season Off-season Off-season Off-season On-season On-season On-season On-season On-season Off-season
- Snow report
1cm Last snowfall
- Predominantly sunny with cloudy spells
27/30 Lifts open
- Piste conditions
- Typical spring snow, firm in the morning, slushy in the afternoon
- Best up high
- Runs to resort:
- Spring snow
- Featured accommodation
- Distance from airports
Geneva 2hr55mins Chambery 2hr Calais (ski drive) 586 miles