Skiing in Val Thorens
Skiing in Val Thorens, skiing the 3 Valleys from Val Thorens,
the beginners area, mountain restaurants, webcams, ski pass prices, and
A detailed guide to the
ski area, including the beginners area, an overview of the ski
area sector by sector, the snowpark, slalom stadium, skicross, off
piste itineraries and more.
Find the best places in Val Thorens to ski, depending on the level
of the people in your party, and the time of day.
Thorens ski area.
Where to start on your first skiing day in Val Thorens - the magic
carpets and the beginners' pistes, the green runs, the Funslope, and
the easiest blue runs.
Thorens beginners area.
webcams, so you can check out
conditions in resort before you arrive, and even have a look at the
top of the mountain while you're eating breakfast, to see if it's
clear high up.
How to do the 3 Valleys from Val Thorens.
This guide has ideas for a route from Val Thorens via Méribel
Mottaret (and Méribel) to Courchevel, and suggests two main options
in Courchevel - based on Courchevel Moriond and Courchevel 1850. Le
Praz and/or La Tania can be added on.
There are a couple of lunch recommendations, and notes on two
possible ways back.
Read about the
3 Valleys from Val Thorens.
weather in Val Thorens, including
where to find the best weather forecasts, weather systems affecting
Val Thorens, the Foehn wind, and the effects of climate change.
Read about the
in Val Thorens.
A guide to all the
schools in Val Thorens, including the ESF, Ski Cool,
Prosneige, Evolution 2, and Free School Attitude.
If you're looking to do group lessons in skiing or snowboarding,
for adults or children, check out all the options here.
schools in Val Thorens.
The developments in Val Thorens in advance of the Winter season are
quite modest, except for the opening of the new sports centre, le
What's New in Val Thorens
I hope you have a great time
skiing in Val Thorens.