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Val Thorens

Thinking of skiing in Val Thorens? This large, high altitude ski resort, has won 'World's Best Ski Resort' multiple times. Val Thorens boasts excellent skiing, a great range of accommodation and activities for all.

Why Val Thorens Ski Resort?

  • Literally something for everyone: older and young, beginner to expert, skier/snowboarder or non-skier
  • The highest ski resort in Europe, meaning snow-sure slopes from November to May
  • Gateway to over 600km of varied (and pretty amazing!) slopes in the 3 Valleys
  • Accommodation to suit all: ski enthusiasts, families, groups & couples - from more basic to the last word in luxury
  • Plenty of doorstep or ski-in/ski-out possibilities
  • 'Famille Plus' resort - good children’s facilities and great for families
  • A very vibrant and outgoing ski resort with fabulous day and nightlife

Val Thorens (3 Vallees) Information

Multiple winners of the World's Best Ski Resort & France's Best Ski Resort.

Val Thorens is a well-established and vibrant purpose-built ski resort created in 1971 at a height of 2300m and about 1km long and half that wide. Although Val Thorens isn't a small village off the beaten track, it still manages to retain tradition in its appearance (not a high-rise concrete jungle) and combines the best of skiing with the best of atmospheres. Although Val Thorens is a high-energy resort and you can throw yourself right in the middle of everything, you can still find accommodation in quieter areas within the resort which may be better suited to younger families or those appreciating more moments of calm.

Val Thorens is lucky enough to hold an exceptional position on a sunny, west-facing mountainside in the Tarentaise area of the Northern French Alps, boasting stunning views of over 1000 summits in the Alps (the 360 degree views from the top of the Cime Caron cable cable in Val Thorens are something else and can't be missed! Open to pedestrians too).

There is a varied choice of ski accommodation from the last word in luxury with their own spas and swimming pools to large standard self-catering apartments sleeping up to 18 people, plus cosy and more traditional hotels - all of which offer either doorstep, ski-in or ski-out skiing possibilities. It has something for all budgets, party size and demographics. 

Areas within Val Thorens...

The ski resort of Val Thorens is split up into 7 areas, the main 3 being Soleil, Péclet and Les Balcons. With skiing in mind and for your complete convenience, each area has its own amenities close by such as shops, restaurants/bars, ski hire shops, ESF ski school office/kindergarten and lift pass office – meaning that your chosen ski accommodation will never be too far from all the important amenities that you need during your ski holiday.

  • Les Balcons - has a mini-supermarket, restaurants and a ski hire shop. The ESF ski school and lift pass offices are a short 10-minute walk downhill (allow a little longer to walk back!)
  • Soleil - here you will find one of the main shopping centres, restaurants, ski hire shop, the main ESF ski school office/kindergarten and lift pass office
  • Péclet - the other shopping centre is located here, along with the ski hire shop, ESF ski school office/Kindergarten, lift pass office, restaurants and the main selection of après-ski bars

Val Thorens ski area

Val Thorens is part of the large 3 Valleys ski area (the largest ski area in the world), which many skiers rightly regard as the greatest intermediate ski-playground in the world (but don't be put off if you are a beginner or total expert because Val Thorens literally has plenty of slopes for all levels and masses of free-ride and off-piste opportunities). This impressive lift-linked ski area is formed of 8 ski resorts:

Les 3 Vallées, as it's called in French, offers you over 600km of high altitude and snow-sure ski slopes (150km just in Val Thorens itself) - every ski enthusiast’s dream! Amazing skiing can be had right from the beginning of the winter season in the Les 3 Vallées ski area and there is something for everyone - no matter what your style or ability. Renowned for its superb quality of snow and modern high-tech ski lift system which is ever-evolving, Val Thorens is a perfect ski resort for everyone.

The 3 Valleys benefit from excellent snow coverage - the minimum altitude level for skiing is 1300m (at Courchevel Le Praz) and the maximum is 3230m. This means that a huge 85% of the ski area is located above 1800m. The 3 Valleys offer wide ski runs that are maintained nightly by nearly 100 piste grooming machines. In Val Thorens you spend most of your time skiing at altitudes between 2300m and 3200m which is pretty exceptional.

And starting this winter 21/22, there will be a new link between Orelle and Val Thorens which creates a new entry point from the Maurienne Valley (and Italy) to the 3 Vallées. For the first time in Val Thorens’ history, the summit of Cime Caron at 3,200m will be directly accessible from Orelle thanks to the construction of two new cable cars called “Orelle” and “Orelle-Caron”. It means visitors will be able to access Val Thorens directly from the motorway either on skis or by foot!

The Saint Bon Valley offers some of the most beautiful wooded sectors of Les 3 Vallées. Whilst the eastern side provides traditional wide runs. Where the Saint Bon Valley meets the borders of Courchevel, you will find sunny Moriond and its attractive ski slopes. The western side of Les 3 Vallées ski area is represented by the Belleville Valley and at the very top of this valley sits the impressive ski resort of Val Thorens and Orelle – with its circle of 6 glaciers and alpine peaks that reach over 3000m!

Additional ski fact info, main ski info in resort facts box at top of page (21/22):

Half the size of the 3 Valleys pass, the Belleville area covers Val Thorens, Orelle, Les Menuires, St Martin de Belleville only - 300km of pistes

Val Thorens local area

150km, 31 lifts (19 chairlift, 7 gondola, 1 cable car), 89 slopes:

Green slopes: 11
Blue slopes: 38
Red slopes: 31
Black slopes: 9

Val Thorens skiing info


The large beginner's area is perfect for first-time and low-level skiers and boarders due to its wide slopes. The access is free, so you don't have to worry about investing in a lift pass until you are more comfortable on the snow. This is also where the ski lessons take place for beginners.

The 4 covered magic carpets lead to special ski areas just for beginners, not only making it convenient and easy for them to get to the ski slopes but also allowing them to progress at their own pace and gain confidence away from the more experienced and high-speed skiers.

Once you’ve mastered the beginner’s area and feel ready for your first gentle green run, the Deux Lacs chairlift is the best to take. From the top turn left onto the slope Traversée des Deux Lacs. Here you can either turn left again down the Espace Junior slope or continue to the 'Chalet de Thorens' and take the Combe de Thorens – either route will take you back down to the 'Rond Point des Pistes' where all the lower beginner runs are that you would have practiced on. These are the main green runs in Val Thorens.

Once you are ready to progress to blue slopes, the Cascades chairlift is usually the next step. At the top, turn right down slope Dalles. Other easy blues are Gentiane, Linotte, Moraine, Blanchot and Plein Sud. If you want to get to the top of the mountain and ski down on a fairly easy blue, there's Tête Ronde, Niverolles and Pluviometre.

Always remember that the weather and snow conditions will vary the degree of difficulty of a run. Generally runs will be easier first thing in the morning as they have been groomed overnight. By the afternoon they may be less smooth with many bumpy areas created by the constant flow of skiers and boarders.


Val Thorens has some of the best intermediate terrain in the whole of Les 3 Vallées. By taking the big Péclet gondola to Péclet Glacier or heading to the 'Pointe de Thorens' you will find a great selection of red runs. And don't forget Val Thorens also offers great access to the rest of Les 3 Vallées, with blue and red runs that will take you down to explore Les Menuires and Méribel

The local slopes are great for the competent intermediate with fast lifts and red runs starting from high up. The red runs in the lower Boismint sector are excellent and it's usually quieter too (there are lots of easy off-piste adjacent as well).

Remember, that although Val Thorens is high it doesn't necessarily mean steep in all places. Val Thorens is very much an intermediates playground with an abundance of blue and red runs. The slopes are entirely open (and therefore exposed to the elements) except down in the lower Boismint sector where you will find a few trees.


Val Thorens also offers some great runs for experts. The Cimes de Caron cable car will lead you to great black runs down the front of the mountain or down further into the Maurienne Valley. 


For those who want to try off-piste skiing for the very first time in Val Thorens, the Pierre Lory run is definitely the best. For the more adventurous off-piste skiers there is the famous Lac du Lou run, which has a challenging 1400m vertical drop.

Val Thorens together with the Belleville Valley and Les 3 Vallées are regarded as some of the top places in the French Alps for off-piste skiing. For many people off-piste is the very best of skiing and boarding: perfectly fresh powder snow; that tranquil feeling of solitude and pure freedom; away from the crowds, pistes and lifts; surrounded by real natural beauty – nothing beats it and Val Thorens has it all.

As always we highly recommend hiring a mountain guide or instructor to find the best possible off-piste skiing that Les Menuires and Les 3 Vallées have to offer, ensuring your safety along the way.


Starting this winter 21/22, there will be a new secure and marked zone in the Borgne sector dedicated to ski touring. Without any ski lifts around and a departure from the “Plein Sud” sector, this ski touring zone is made up of one ascent slope, groomed and prepared, and two slopes to descend, one of which is unpisted. This new area is a place to discover or practice ski touring safely, in a natural but
marked zone, far from the crowds. This natural space, accessible by the “Pionniers” or “Plein Sud” ski lifts, is perfect for groups to practice avalanche prevention and mountain safety training where they can learn how to use equipment such as avalanche detectors, probes and shovels. The zone will also be linked to the “Camille” slope, an existing ski touring route for those who want to extend and prolong their ascent.

First tracks: a hike up in ski touring gear to watch the sunrise and have breakfast higher up. As the French saying goes: the mountain belongs to he who gets up early Bookable in resort.

Mountain fun zones


The Val Thorens’ snow park is internationally recognized and rated by experts. Located at 2600m it boasts exceptional snow. The varied components of the park allow both beginners and professionals to improve and have fun on freestyle features adapted to their level. ‘Shapers’ also create different jumps every year to give everyone new ways to get aerial!

Take the Moutière chairlift at the base of the ski resort and then the Plateau draglift next to the snow park.

There is also the family snowpark. Normally, this snow park is situated in the 'Grand Fond' sector, but this winter it’s been moved to a place that is more accessible for beginner skiers and boarders. The family slope will join the Junior Space and Funslope in between the 'Chalets du Thorens' and the slope crossing. This fun zone offers an exciting place to play for even the smallest of skiers!

Nordic/cross country skiing


There are only 4km of cross-country ski trails in Val Thorens itself. However, there are 130km of cross-country ski trails in the whole of Les 3 Vallées ski area.

Get closer to the summits and enjoy breath-taking scenery such as the Cime Caron with its 360° panoramic views of more than 1000 alpine peaks of the French, Italian and Swiss Alps or the Mont de la Chambre with its clear view of Mont Blanc. There are also various mountain restaurants along the way to stop for a bite to eat or a refreshing drink or two.

Opening 2019/20, La Braiz is the highest cross-country skiing run in Les 3 Vallées! Starting near the Plan Bouchet lift which is at 2,350m, this 1km tour is ideal for those who want to discover the Orelle-Les 3 Vallées area in a different way and work on their fitness!  The trail is accessible with a pedestrian lift pass.

From Sunday to Friday there is a free inter-resort shuttle bus to take you from Val Thorens to St Martin de Belleville and Les Menuires

Val Thorens ski hire (pre-bookable)

Pre-book your 6 day+ Val Thorens ski hire with Ski Collection.

To download the ski extras form, see 'Helpful links' further down the page.

Please note, these Pound Sterling prices are for indication only. They will fluctuate based on Euro/£ exchange rate. Please call us for the latest prices.

Val Thorens ski passes (pre-bookable)

Pre-book your 6 day+ Val Thorens lift passes with Ski Collection.

To download the ski extras form, see 'Helpful links' further down the page.

Please note, these Pound Sterling prices are for indication only. They will fluctuate based on Euro/£ exchange rate. Please call us for the latest prices.

Other lift passes are available to buy in resort such as half or full day passes for beginners or those who only wish to ski the odd day. Some resorts also offer specific passes for beginners areas or smaller area. You can also buy cross country ski passes, one-use lift passes (for non-skiers) and obtain free passes for very young children.

Val Thorens group ski school (pre-bookable)

Pre-book your Val Thorens group ski school with Ski Collection.

Ski school for children is available to book from 3 years to 12 years (Piou Piou for 3/4 years), in Val Thorens, with Peak Retreats. Children can learn to snowboard from 7 years+.

For ski school times and prices, please download the ski extras form from the 'Helpful links' further down the page. Please note these are just guiding prices. Please call us for the latest prices.

Please note that lesson times are subject to change right until the last minute - you will be advised. Outside French school holidays the ski school reserves the right to cancel group lessons should numbers be insufficient. For peak periods - Christmas, New Year, February half-term and Easter - we strongly recommend that you book as early as possible and in any case at least 6 weeks prior to the required dates. Morning lessons tend to get booked up first and therefore we may only be able to offer afternoon classes within 6 weeks of departure. In some resorts, English speaking instructors may not always be available, particularly at peak times.

We cannot always guarantee that prices will be cheaper than in the resort. When ski packs prices are calculated, the currency is bought at the exchange rates that apply at the time. You can be assured that once you have booked your extras, if the pound depreciates, you will not be charged more for your ski packs, enabling you to budget for your holiday in advance.                                            

Val Thorens private lessons (pre-bookable)

In most resorts, we cannot pre-book private lessons, however in Val Thorens we can pre-book your private lessons for you! Minimum 3 days required, either in the morning, afternoon or a full day. Various group sizes available.

Val Thorens childcare (pre-bookable)

Childcare from 18 months-3 years (non-skiers)

Val Thorens has acquired the Famille Plus label for its childcare facilities. Please view here for more information on the Famille Plus label.

If you are after non-skiing childcare for 3-17 months and 18 months-35 months, the ESF kids club will cater for your needs. Open 8.30am to 5pm, Sunday to Friday. We can pre-book this!

Offering exceptional childcare run by the ESF with meals if required, where little ones will participate in fun and engaging activities led by their certified staff trained in early childhood development.

Reception is at the Montana building, located at the bottom of the resort.

It is advisable to book before you go and in good time as spaces get filled quickly, especially in Peak times. A childhood vaccination record will be needed. 

There is also a kids club with ESF for non-skiing 3-5 year olds, but we don't pre-book this one.

Babysitters (not pre-bookable)

A list of babysitters is available from the tourist office.

Top snow activities to experience in Val Thorens!

Val Thorens is not only just about skiing, the resort has more activities than you’ll have time to try out on a single trip. And there’s something for everyone: those in need of rest can relax in the open air during a dog sled run. Adrenaline junkies can fly down one of two ziplines. In short, whether you’re
with family, friends or your partner, you’ll find something amazing to do when not on the slopes!

Please note Ski Collection do not book any activities and most activities are payable.

Peclet by night
For those who love a sunset, the Péclet Funitel will stay open until 6.30pm from the start of February. Capture the magical sight of ski runs lit up by the last sunshine of the day with uninterrupted views over the ski area and resort. It’s free for all valid ski pass holders.

Bouchet zipline
A Maurienne and Tarentaise valley link between Orelle and Val Thorens – but by air - which imitates the flight of an eagle. Length: 1,300m. Maximum height: 250m. Departure altitude: 3,230m (the highest
point of 3 Vallées. Only accessible on skis or a snowboard.

And what about discovering the snow-covered landscapes by night? Ride your snowmobile, alone or with a passenger and follow your guide on a tour. As you cross the unspoilt spaces, lit up solely by the light of the moon, nature reveals itself before your eyes, incessantly surprising you.

Pow surf (new for 21/22)
It’s snowboarding without bindings where riders move and glide on the snow just as if they were surfing on water! Technique and balance is everything!

Snow Yoga                                                                                                                                                  Have you ever dreamt of placing your yoga mat in the snow, and doing your sun salutation facing the snow-covered mountaintops? You can now get in your morning yoga before a day on the slopes in Val Thorens. If you fancy something a little more challenging, you can even try snowshoe yoga!

Ice diving
Embark on a wild adventure, just a short distance from the resort; a timeless journey beneath the frozen Lac du Lou. After putting on a waterproof drysuit and diving equipment (compressed neoprene drysuit, waterproof gloves, diving mask), it’s time for 20 minutes of glacial exploration. Access the lake on snowshoes or cross country skis (40 minutes), followed by a 30-minute ice diving session supervised by our professional diving instructors (includes equipment briefing), then it’s back to the resort on snowshoes or skis. Open to anyone aged 16 and over, even if you have never been diving before.

Sledge dogs
Come and experience unique sensations, led by professional mushers. Activity runs from Monday until Friday in the morning. The ride takes 30 minutes per session. They have two sledges which can start together and three sledges in February (please don't exceed 150kg per sledge.) This activity is open from 2 years old. They don't recommend for pregnant women.

Ice driving
Discover the highest ice-racing track in Europe. The Val Thorens Drivers’ School wants to initiate you to a number of new sensations. Steering, counter-steering, braking….all the techniques are tried under the watchful eye of a trained professional. The Ice Driving Val Thorens welcomes you on the 'Alain Prost' ice-racing track of VT.

Buggy initiation on ice
An SSV (Side by Side Vehicle), better known as a “buggy”, is a motorised vehicle that looks like a quad bike. You get to experience unique sensations driving an 800cc engine buggy on ice. The Ice Driving Val Thorens driving school provides initiation sessions on the main circuit (which hosts the Andros Trophy). Two people can ride a buggy together.

Get ready for an incredible experience on a marked-out run in the heart of a magnificent natural valley. All the thrills of a toboggan run for everyone from 5 years old. The longest toboggan run in Europe – the CosmoJet. After an 8 minutes ascent using the Péclet Funitel, you arrive at the departure set at the foot of the magnificent Péclet glacier, at an altitude of 3,000 m. Then it’s off for 45 minutes of excitement and sliding entertainment! Helmet provided within the cost. You can also try the evening run! And after all these emotions, the SETAM offers you mulled wine & local mountain Beaufort cheese at the Chalet Cosmojet. For daytime, meet at the Chalet Cosmojet, situated above the bottom of the Cascades chairlift, buy your tickets.
For evenings, be at the Chalet Cosmojet to collect your equipment. It is free for children between the age of 5 and 10 and under 1.25 m tall, on an adult's (above 18) sledge. Only children over 10 years old and over 1.25 m tall are allowed to use a sledge on their own. Children between 9 and 10 years old and over 1.25 m tall can use a sledge on their own if accompanied by an adult on another sledge. Only SETAM sledges are authorised on this run. Helmets and gloves are COMPULSORY for everyone. Don’t forget that departure is at an altitude of 3,000m - dress warmly.

Smaller toboggan
For the over 2’s, a free, safe and secure “Baby Fun” tobogganing area in the Place Caron at the middle of the resort awaits them. For the 6 – 10-year-olds, dedicated snowsports fans will love the new toboggan run measuring 250 metres in length over a 45-metre vertical drop and featuring a range of banked turns. You no longer need to climb back up to the top pulling your toboggan behind you thanks to the 2 free covered magic carpets located at the bottom of the slopes which let you get back to Place Caron without even breaking a sweat.

Snake gliss
Snake Gliss is an activity where up to 10 sledges are tied together, led by a professional instructor. The fun, thrilling activity involves a winding 45-minute descent from the top of the Funitel de Péclet. Fun and laughter guaranteed! 40 places available Monday to Friday. Meet at the Funitel de Péclet departure point. Rapid descent – participants should be physically fit. Equipment: helmet, gloves, après-ski boots and ski lift pass required.

Luge area "téléphérique
Cable car play area - for every kid who has dreamt to be behind the wheel of a cable car it is now possible for their dream to come true in a dedicated area...and as a bonus they will be able to slide on all the toboggans situated around the cable car. Located at the heart of the resort, on Place Caron, near Castor and Pollux magic carpet and the sledge run "Star toboggan run". Free.

Ice climbing
Discover the frozen waterfall climb at Val Thorens! Accompanied by professionals who will teach you how to use ice axes and crampons, you will share unforgettable moments in a majestic and unspoilt setting. As a bonus, from your perch at the wall of ice, you will enjoy a unique panorama of the Val Thorens resort!

The Ice Driving Val Thorens driving school gives you the opportunity to try ice karting. A 300-m long by 5-m wide ice run is specially set up for karting at the Alain Prost driving circuit centre. Ice karting sessions can be booked throughout the week.

Fat bike on snow
At an altitude of 3000 m, at the foot of the Péclet glacier, in the heart of a sumptuous high mountain decor, hurtle down the 700 m of height difference on the Tête Ronde blue slope. Accessible to sporty ones and experienced MTB riders every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evening. Information and booking at the Chalet Toboggan, Rond-point des Pistes. Departure from the Funitel Péclet, 20 minutes before. All equipment is provided: bike, protections + accompaniment. Bike characteristics: hydraulic disc brakes, Huge downhill tyres.

Monoskiing and telemark skiing
Discover new snowsports thrills with lessons provided by the ESF.
- Monoskiing: Thanks to retro resort events, monoskiing is back in fashion and now has many
new devotees. But mastering the technique requires proper instruction before you can dive back to the 1980s!
- Telemark skiing: often taken up by experienced skiers as a new challenge, but that doesn’t make it any less accessible to beginners. 

Jump airbag
Do you want to learn new moves? Well, now you can do just that in total safety thanks to the airbag! The giant air cushion is the perfect solution if you want to learn or improve your freestyle skiing or snowboard technique. Free entertainment on Monday and Tuesday evenings. The Airbag is located next to 'Le Roc' drag lift at the Rond Point des Pistes.

Please note: All the above is for information only. For the most up-to-date activities including prices, please visit the resort tourist office website. All activities will be in local currency (€ Euros) and are bookable and payable locally in resort or directly online/by phone with the tourist office or activity supplier.

Val Thorens Tourist Office 

Top activities to experience in Val Thorens!

Please note Ski Collection do not book any activities and most activities are payable.

Footpaths for walkers and snowshoers
Whether for adventure or meditation, walkers and hikers can enjoy the same high-mountain pleasures as skiers. A lot of trails for pedestrians and snowshoers, allowing them to discover Val Thorens from a new point of view. A detailed trail map is available for free at the Tourist Office.

Val Thorens market
Every Tuesday and Thursday during both winter and summer seasons. From 10am - 8pm in Place de l'Eglise - you can shop for local meats & cheeses, clothing, craft stalls, sweets, wine and local honey.

Ice skating
Located at 'Place Péclet' to discover the joy of skating on the 400m2 ice rink made from completely natural ice. There’s also music and a light show. In order to provide guests the best possible
experience, La Patinoire also has a small chalet – a cozy spot to enjoy pancakes and hot chocolate with family or friends. Open for the entire season, from 15h to 21h, subject to weather

Laser Quest in the P1 underground parking garage
Dressed from head to toe in protective gear and armed with laser guns, players face each other in a laser game at 2,300m. In the darkness of an underground parking garage, two teams will face
each other in a "real war" in a themed apocalyptic setting. 

Igloo Village - see details under 'Eating out, bars & shops' tab

Bee flying - double zip line
Fly two-by-two on la Bee! The double zip-line has a length of 1800m (65m above ski slopes) and a maximal flying height of 65m! Open every day. Open to pedestrians and skiers, meet at the top of the Moutière chairlift! Accessible to all from 14 years old and taller than 1.40m.

Air tubby
For non-skiers, settle yourself into a rubber ring, slide down the run and land gently on the airbag. Free entertainment on Monday and Tuesday evenings. The Airbag is located next to 'Le Roc' dag lift at the Rond Point des Pistes.

The bowling alley features 8 child-friendly lanes (for ages 6 and over), two billiard rooms (American pool and snooker), one games room (for both kids and adults), a sports library, and a sports bar with a giant video screen. Open until 2am.

Fly over the most prestigious summits of the Alps piloted by an expert. 10 minutes of pure pleasure over the largest ski area in the world.

Beneath you, the Belleville Valley, facing the Mont Blanc is revealed. You will be led by state-qualified instructors. Departure from 3000m altitude for a descent of 650m.

A paramotor is a motorized paraglider that enables a pilot and passenger to climb in altitude and stay airborne for as long as they want. Enjoy an unforgettable aerial view as you soar above the valley at a comfortable speed of 35km/hr. Your pilot, Timothy Green, will tailor the flight to your sense of adventure, whether it be a smooth panoramic flight or an exhilarating acrobatic flight. Weather permitting, you can even fly over some of the summits and glaciers in the area to witness an amazing panoramic view of the Massifs de la Maurienne, the Tarentaise, the Vanoise all the way to the Mont Blanc and the Ecrins mountain ranges. To reserve your flight, please contact Ski Cool up to 3 days before the day you want to fly so they can double-check the weather to give you the best flight time and date possible.

Stay in a Yurt for the evening
Chalet de la Marine Yurt
This authentic Mongolian yurt is at an altitude of 2500m guarantees a total change of scenery. It’s an opportunity to have an extraordinary evening right in the heart of ski area. Immerse yourself in its warm, welcoming atmosphere and awaken your inner nomad. And, if you visit, why not try a different type of fondue - a Mongolian seafood and meat dish called a “Guriltai Shul”?
Private evening hire for two to 16 people. Return journey by tracked vehicle. 

Please note: All the above is for information only. For the most up-to-date activities including prices, please visit the resort tourist office website. All activities will be in local currency (€ Euros) and are bookable and payable locally in resort or directly online/by phone with the tourist office or activity supplier.

Val Thorens Tourist Office 

Val Thorens resort news and events 2021/22

Resort news:

  • The FIRST resort in the world to introduce a revolutionary 4WD self-driving electric shuttle bus. Seating 15 passengers, the driverless shuttle will operate around the village. It’s free to hop on and off.
  • A new free ski touring zone. Starting this winter (2021/22), there will be a new secure and marked zone in the Borgne sector dedicated to ski touring.
  • A new cable car connection Orelle - Val Thorens via Cime Caron - The “3 Vallées Express” cable car has been replaced by the new “Orelle” cable car and another new lift to the top of Cime Caron has been built called “TC Orelle-Caron”.
  • Augmenting its focus on innovative mobility solutions, the resort has introduced Z-Green - an electric one-seater tracked vehicle designed to help disabled people get from their accommodation to the slopes.  Booking Z-Green is via the Tourist Office. 
  • A specially dedicated driving school has opened offering a chance to try go-karting on ice. Budding drivers will be trained in special ice-driving techniques for controlling a 270cc go-kart!
  • Snowguns are added at the top of the blue piste Plateaux in order to improve customer satisfaction in this highly frequented area between the snowpark and the FamilyPark. In addition, it will facilitate access to Funitel Grand Fond at the beginning of the season.
  • La Braiz is the highest cross-country skiing run in Les 3 Vallées! Starting near the Plan Bouchet lift which is at 2,350m, this 1km tour is ideal for those who want to discover the Orelle-Les 3 Vallées area in a different way and work on their fitness!  The trail is accessible with a pedestrian lift pass.
  • A new skicross circuit - called The Funslope - opens this season accessible by the Peyron chairlift. It’s the equivalent of a blue run level and free to access for all ski pass holders.
  • A new Igloo Village will bring little ones and grown-ups into a magical world. The Igloo Village will be easily accessible on skis, on foot, on a skidoo or with snowshoes!
  • Val Thorens’ first 95% organic delicatessen – Red Square – opens and will offer fresh products from artisans and local producers, as well as a wine cellar and quality spirits, with a wide selection of top-of-the-range products stocked. Packed lunches and sushi available to order.
  • Wild & Savage is an original concept to house a bar, tattoo parlour, and snowboarding and streetwear shop all under one roof, bringing in night owls, snowboarders, tattoo fans, and many more besides! They also serve a sweet and savoury brunch, tasting platters and offer a whole ranging of different services in this extraordinary, sociable venue.
  • From spring 2019, Val Thorens’ sports centre has been undergoing a transformation including a new aqua and wellbeing area in addition to the existing one, renovation of the entire central area, shopping centre area revamp.
  • Family SnowPark. Now located near the pro and advanced snowpark in the Grand Fond zone, the Family SnowPark has been moved to make it easier to access - clearly a big benefit for beginner skiers and snowboarders. The family area is effectively being joined up with the Junior and Funslope areas between the Chalets du Thorens and the Rond-Point des Pistes.
  • The ESF Mountain Office is ready to support budding and experienced freeriders develop their skills, too. It is running a range of freeride sessions to help people discover parts of the ski area inaccessible to beginners so that the plentiful powder snow can really be enjoyed.

Future news:

  • Val Thorens will celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2022/2023, so this winter and the next will mark a turning point in the resort’s history and development - in particular the construction of a new and innovative sports centre which will open next winter (as above).


  • La Grande Première - 20th-21st Nov 2021 - Val Thorens kicks off the season!
  • Andros Trophy - 4th-5th December 2021 - the Andros Trophy is the French national ice racing championship. Featuring the best ice drivers in the world – the F1 drivers of ice, the race involves using 100% electric-powered cars. Every year, the Andros Trophy attracts amateurs and pros of this amazing sport which combines speed, control, self-confidence, and, of course, talent - lots of talent! It’s an amazing spectator sport which will be held in Val Thorens at the Alain Prost circuit.
  • Ski X World Cup - 10th-17th December 2021 - one of the resort’s key sports events, the Ski Cross World Cup opens the season every year with the first stage in Val Thorens. The resort welcomes seasoned followers and the plain curious over the two-day event. Feast your eyes on awesome descents on the run named after Jean-Fred Chapuis, the Olympic Champion who was born in the resort. This year’s Ski Cross World Cup will be hosted by the Folie Douce team - the open-air clubbing institution - who will take care of the ambiance so that everyone will be rocking to crazy sax solos in support of all the competitors. Sports and partying all weekend long is guaranteed.
  • Ski & boarder week - 12th-18th December 2021 - a week of fun for hardcore snow sports fans, with ski and snowboard tests, freeride coaching and concerts, plus a bungee ejector ride and big airbag for those who want to defy gravity. Wristbands will be on sale at the Tourist Office for €29.
  • Once upon a time at Christmas - December 2021 - Christmas week at Val Thorens is all about fairy tale, snow and ice. Children and adults will love the Father Christmas village which will feature ice sculpture demonstrations, ESF ski instructor torchlit descents, a Christmas choir and warm drinks to keep everyone amused until the long-awaited arrival of the man himself - Father Christmas - followed by an amazing fireworks display. Place Caron will also have a big Christmas tree with lights making it the ideal place for taking great holiday snaps. The evening starts at 6pm and is free.
  • New Year Festivities - 27th December 2021-1st January 2022
  • Astronomy week - 13th-25th February 2022 - there’s a clear link between Val Thorens, the highest resort in Europe, and the stars. The lunar aspect of a resort perched up at 2,300 metres and the year-round opportunities for naked-eye stargazing makes the resort a very special place for budding cosmonauts. Things on offer - assisted sky watching, ultra planetary show, alien shows.
  • Valentines Day in the Summit - 14th February 2022 - roses distribution and hearts hunt, celebrate love together in Val Thorens!
  • Dynafit Snow Leopard Day - 4th-5th March 2022 - for the eighth consecutive year, the ski mountaineering specialist DYNAFIT is organizing the Snow Leopard Day. Eight countries have agreed on a common date, on which ski touring enthusiasts are invited to build up altitude and thus support the Snow Leopard Trust.
  • Festival Tho - 22nd-24th March 2022 -  for the 13th time, Festi ValTho will take place in an astounding natural setting right on the slopes. This year the electronic music festival takes up residence at the Chalets du Thorens’ 360°Bar for three days. Over the past 12 years, it has become a firm date in the winter calendar for anyone who loves a party, high emotion and unforgettable experiences.
  • French Alpine Ski Championships - March/April - attracting the best skiers in France. The battle for the French Championship title is on at Val Thorens’ Yannick Richard Stadium!
  • 3 Valleys Enduro - 3rd April 2022 - Whatever your category - Pro, Amateur or Family - teams of three will have a superb day of skiing filled with original and fun challenges. 
  • Vienne Jazz Festival - 16th-18th April 2022 - take things up a notch at 2300m with the 3rd edition of the Val Thorens Jazz Festival. Over three days, jazz of all kinds will be performed, with 17 concerts planned between noon and midnight. The organisers are staging mostly free live concerts, outdoor après-ski jazz sessions and Jazz Mix afterparties. Take a break between runs to get your Jazz fix, with a conference, a show for younger audiences and a photo exhibition. The evening concerts all start from 8pm.
  • La Grande Dernière - 6th-8th May 2022 - Val Thorens is launching La Grande Dernière for its closing weekend. It’s the last chance to ski and enjoy a weekend of entertainment: DJ, waterslide, beach party at 2,300m, big airbag, and giant BBQ. 

Val Thorens apres-ski, bars & restaurants

Over 60 restaurants including 11 slopeside restaurants and a Michelin starred restaurant, over 40 bars and various nightclubs.

If you want it, Val Thorens guarantees lively après-ski! With tonnes of choice, you will certainly not go short of places to drink or eat. There is a mixture of traditional, cosmopolitan, lively and chilled-out bars plus various nightclubs/bars for party animals open until the early hours of the morning (most of which can be found in the Péclet area of the resort on Rue de Gébroulaz).

The wide range of great dining establishments include local Savoyarde specialties such as fondue, raclette and pierrade, French cuisine, Thai, Italian, Scandinavian, American, Steak, pizza....something for every taste bud and every pocket!

Val Thorens’ first 95% organic delicatessen, Red Square, opened in 2019 and offers fresh products from artisans and local producers, as well as a wine cellar and quality spirits, with a wide selection of top-of-the-range products stocked. Packed lunches and sushi available to order.

Top recommendations for bars and restaurants:

Folie Douce (bar/restaurant)
The famous La Folie Douce open-air restaurant/bar/club on the ski slopes is a must! The food is amazing and the atmosphere is one of a kind. Generally, there is a show with the dancers/actors, followed by an afternoon DJ set on the sunny terrace. Dancing on tables allowed! There is a VIP area, should you wish to indulge. There are 2 restaurants plus a food van next door - the self-service (La Petite Cuisine) open noon-3pm and the fine dining experience at the famous La Fruitiere (gourmet brasserie) has two services at noon and 2pm.

La FruitiereChef Damien de Valukhoff and his team perform with simplicity and finesse a seasonal French cuisine combining tradition and modernity. All the creative dishes are made with fresh local products. With its selection of refined Local cheeses from Savoy such as the génépi flavoured Tomme, Reblochon, and Beaufort La Fruitière is delighted to present you the excellence of the know-how from the producers of our country. They also have killer desserts!

Next to the Folie Douce Chalet, the Folie Food Ratrack offers high-quality snacking meals to take away or eat on site. Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, Salmon Bagels, homemade French fries, waffles, cookies, you will find what you need to feast.

Access on skis or on foot (via chairlifts Les Pionniers and Plein Sud).

Igloo Village Val Thorens (new in 2019) (bar/restaurant)
The highest of its kind in Europe, it offers an unforgettably cool experience - a living and fun space made from snow and ice. The amazing grotto promises to take people of all ages into a spectacular magical frozen world where they can eat, drink, sleep and play. Set on the Combe de Thorens green slope, the Igloo Village can be reached on skis or by foot. The outdoor terrace is the perfect place to take a break between ski descents or to soak up amazing views over the resort. Covering an area of 150m2, it houses several different zones:

  • A 50m2 Ice Bar. Open every day from 10am to 5pm, guests can choose from a large selection of drinks and admire the snow and ice sculptures
  • A 35m2 restaurant. Visitors can enjoy an authentic Savoyard fondue all snuggled up in warm blankets. The Igloo Village is open every Wednesday evening for dinner. The €49 set menu includes a fondue and platter of cured meat, as well as wine and dessert. Booking is required
  • A specially designed area to host events and business conferences.
  • Bedrooms carved from ice. Chill out for a super cool night like no other! There are two rooms
  • New 21/22, an ice cave of 150m2 has been added. It contains about 20 ice sculptures which have a pirate theme. €2 for access. 

Les Explorateurs at the Pashmina hotel (1 Michelin star restaurant)
Michelin-star chef Josselin Jeanblanc invites you on an incredible culinary odyssey in a decor inspired by great mountaineering expeditions. Menu created in collaboration with Romauld Fassenet, a winner of the prestigious “Meilleur Ouvrier de France” award.

Restaurant Jean Sulpice (restaurant)
Within L’Oxalys residence, at the entrance to the resort. Run by renowned Savoyard chef Jean Sulpice, awarded with 2 Michelin Stars! The décor of the restaurant is sophisticated and chic, with a relaxed atmosphere, attentive staff and beautiful panoramic mountain views. The delicious menu is wholesome, inventive and authentic.

Wild & Savage (new in 2019) (bar/cafe)
An original concept to house a bar, tattoo parlour, and snowboarding and streetwear shop all under one roof, bringing in night owls, snowboarders, tattoo fans, and many more besides! They also serve a sweet and savoury brunch, tasting platters and offer a whole ranging of different services in this extraordinary, sociable venue.

Belleville Diner (new in 2019) (restaurant)
An American-style diner, the restaurant is centred around family and being sociable with family or friends over tasty sweet or savoury treats. You will find just music and a selection of books and board games to enjoy. The diner is suited to those on smaller budgets. The breakfast service starts from 8am.

The Creperie and Breakfast (new in 2019) (restaurant)
Galerie Péclet’s new pancake house is a must-visit foodie destination. Inside in the warm, its brunches
and pancakes will be loved by everyone. It’s the perfect place to refuel after a good day’s skiing.

Beef and Lobster (restaurant)
Hotel Le Kashmir’s restaurant offers barbecues on its sunny terrace, which is accessible direct from the slopes - ideal for meat and fish lovers!

Le Rendez-Vous (restaurant)
On Rue du Soleil (Sunshine Road), it has a south-facing terrace. Italian specialties and a warm, sociable atmosphere. 

La Maison (bar and restaurant)
On the terrace or in the cozy interior, from November 15 to May 15. They serve fresh, quality products, the meat is of Aubrac breed of cattle. The tartiflette cooked with Reblochon AOP.

Les Chalets du Thorens (lounge bar & restaurant)
A lounge bar with DJ music, self-service, Belgian waffles, pizzeria, wok space, snacks... and of course, the restaurant. A culinary trip, a seafood platter, sushis realized by the chef Dao...Book your evening with friends followed by a torchlight descent. Amazing events throughout the season (Ski&Boarderweek, Festivaltho...). Departure ski lift La Moraine, accessible on foot and ski, snow scooter or tracked vehicle on request!

Le Chalet 360 (bar)
Next to the Chalets du Thorens. Offering a packed dance programme throughout the season– including the JBL Snow Party and Afrojack concerts and more!

Le Fahrenheit 7 (bar)
As well as the south-facing terrace on which you can sip a cocktail or two, this retro-chic hotel is home to the SEVEN event, an evening every month where an internationally renowned artist performs at ZINC, F7’s bar. Other musical nights at ZINC are every Thursday, Friday and Saturday evening (live acoustic bands and DJs).

The Frog and Rosbeef (pub)
The perfect British pub. Sip your beer while playing pool and watching a live band. An atmosphere so authentically British, you could almost believe you’re back at home.

Crewzer (bar and snacks)
If you love extreme sports, beer and burgers, welcome to rider HQ! With sporting events from all over the world on the big screens and a bar full of the resort’s snowsports devotees, Crewzer is great source of advice on all the best spots to ‘ride’.

'Finnish' chalets on the terrace of Le Caribou (restaurant/bar)
Mountain restaurant Le Caribou is situated at the intersection of the Génépi and Asters slopes and is well-known for its amazing terrace panorama overlooking the mountains. This winter 21/22, the restaurant goes even further to create a cosy atmosphere by placing Finnish chalets called
“Kota” on the large terrace = a true small village in the middle of the beautiful mountains where everyone can feel like they’re at home. The mini chalets are surrounded by small fir trees where you can enjoy a wonderful meal in true Savoyard style sheltered in your own private space in an amazing setting.

Malaysia (club)
This small underground chalet of over 1000 sq.m is dedicated to Live music and partying. For over 30 years, Malaysia has been setting the nights ablaze in Val Thorens with live concerts every evening from 11.30pm, followed by DJ sets that go on to 4.30am in the morning. With its industrial-style décor, surface area, dynamic, friendly staff and the largest Dance-floor in the Alps, it has plenty of amazing features to attract a young, international clientèle. To raise the temperature, the world's greatest DJs like Eric Morillo, Calvin Harris and Afrojack regularly set up their turntables at Malaysia, taking over from live concerts and performances by artists who come from Ibiza. VIP available. 

Val Thorens amenities

Val Thorens has everything you would expect to find in a modern ski resort. The comprehensive selection of shops & services are spread throughout the ski resort but most are housed in the two shopping centres: Galerie Commerciale de Caron and Galerie Commerciale de Péclet. Here you will find supermarkets, convenience stores, newsagents, butchers, local & regional products, decorative household items, bakeries, medical centres, pharmacy, dentist, physiotherapists, post office, banks, launderettes, dry cleaners, hairdressers, clothing stores, jewelry, perfume, souvenir, photo & sport shops. Pretty much most things!

There are various supermarkets across the resort - Sherpa, Supertte, Spar, Carrefour - about 10! Most open around 7.30 and close around 8/8.30pm.
Medical Centres
Emergency numbers: Fire 18, Police 17, Medical 15 (or 112 for all from mobiles)

Two Medical Centers situated Place du Slalom and Rue du Soleil propose different medical services: osteopathy, general medicine, podiatry, physiotherapy ... Plus, one of them is equipped with X-ray equipment and ultrasound technology.

Nearest Hospital
Hôpital de Moûtiers 
Rue Ecole des Mines,
73600, Moûtiers

Nearest Vets
Clinique Vétérinaire des 3 Vallées
107 Chemin des Prés,
73600, Moûtiers

Getting to Val Thorens, France

By road:
Our holidays include a return FlexiPlus Eurotunnel. Accommodation only and ferries can also be arranged. Once in France, the driving distance from Calais is roughly 590 miles, approximately 9 hrs. 

From Calais, take A26 Motorway to Reims and Troyes, A5 Motorway to Dijon, A39 Motorway to Lons-le-Saulnier/Bourg-en-Bresse, A40-A42 Motorway heading towards Lyon, N504 towards Chambéry, A43 Motorway, A430 Motorway to Albertville, N90 to Moûtiers & D117 following signs to Les Menuires/Val Thorens/Vallée des Belleville (sharp climbing starts here). Drive through Les Menuires following signs to Val Thorens. Do not follow GPS via St Laurent de La Côte as the D96 road is not safe in winter!
Listen to Autoroute FM (107.7 FM) for traffic news in English.

By air:
4 international airports nearby, and a heliport at the foot of the slopes. See our flying page for information on airlines (however we don't book flights).

Chambery Savoie Mont Blanc Airport to Val Thorens is roughly 75 miles, approximately 1hr 30
Lyon-Saint Exupery Airport to Val Thorens is roughly 123 miles, approximately 2hrs 30
Geneva Airport to Val Thorens is roughly 125 miles, approximately 2hrs 30
Grenoble Alpes Isere Airport to Val Thorens is roughly 124 miles, approximately 2hrs 30 mins

By rail:
Take the Eurostar from London St Pancras (or Ashford, Kent). See our train services page for more information. The nearest train station to Val Thorens is roughly 23 miles away in Moûtiers.

Private taxi transfers:
Private taxi transfers from airports and train stations are pre-bookable with Ski Collection. See our airport & station transfers page for more information.

Car Hire:
Ski Collection can arrange very competitive car hire at all airports, train stations and other town locations. See our car hire page for more information.

Bus Transfers:
Altibus/Bens Bus/Snow bus (and the likes of) offer shared bus lines from French/Swiss airports and some SNCF train stations to ski resorts. We don't book these (or have any affiliation with), we invite you to do your own research.

Resort Shuttle Bus in Val Thorens:
Although Val Thorens is quite compact and it is usually possible to walk to where you want to go, there is a free shuttle bus service that runs throughout the resort every day from 8am-8pm.

There are also shuttle buses from Val Thorens to Les Menuires then onto St Martin de Belleville. Usually these are for pedestrian and nordic skiers but check at the tourist office.

Resort Parking in Val Thorens:
For your security and comfort, Val Thorens is a semi-pedestrian ski resort, meaning you can drive through the resort and unload your luggage at your chosen apartment or hotel and then you must park your vehicle in the residences car park or one of the public car parks in the resort, run by Valthoparc. You can pre-book via their website You are not allowed to leave your car parked in the street.

There are 3 covered car parks: P0: Rue de la Boucle, P1: Grand Rue & P2: Rue du Soleil. Outdoor parking is also available.

Val Thorens/Orelle opening dates

See resort opening information

Accommodation in Val Thorens

Ski Collection Premium

Residence Chalets Cocoon

Self Catered Apartments Sleeps 1 - 14 Luxury

Chalets Cocoon is a small, exclusive residence of just 10 self-catering apartments offering superb views and ski-in/ski-out convenience. Beautiful interior boast designer touches and facilities include a swimming lane and private hot tubs. Chalets Cocoon is ideally situated in the Balcons area of Val Thorens, just 300m from the centre of the resort. Chalets Cocoon opened in December 2018.

Le Hameau du Kashmir

Self Catered Hotel & Apartments Sleeps 1 - 8 Directors' Choice | Luxury

4* Le Hameau du Kashmir is ideally located at the entrance of Val Thorens, just metres from the mid station ski lifts, offering you ski-in/ski-out possibilities (snow and level depending) onto the Plein Sud ski slope. The resort centre, shops and sports centre are only 5 minutes walk or a short shuttle-bus ride away from Le Hameau du Kashmir ski apartments.

Directors' Choice | Luxury

Residence Koh-i Nor

Self Catered Apartments Sleeps 1 - 8 Luxury

Koh-i Nor in Val Thorens is an impressive modern 5* luxury ski residence, located on the Plein Sud ski slope offers doorstep skiing (snow and level depending) however please be aware that it is a blue slope out and back, so not ideal for beginners. Koh-i Nor won France's best ski hotel at the World Snow Awards in 2016.



Self Catered Apartments Sleeps 1 - 8 Luxury

4* L’Oxalys is located at the entrance of Val Thorens in a quiet and sunny area with gorgeous panoramic views of the surrounding mountains, right beside the ski slopes offering you ski-in/ski-out possibilities (snow and level depending).


Les Balcons de Val Thorens

Self Catered Apartments Sleeps 1 - 16

3* Les Balcons de Val Thorens in Val Thorens, located in the higher part of the resort, in a tranquil setting. The residence is south facing and is located directly on the slopes (snow and level depending) and is 500m from the resort centre.

Les Balcons Platinium Val Thorens

Self Catered Apartments Sleeps 1 - 14 Luxury

The recently built Les Balcons de Val Thorens Platinium in Val Thorens is located in the higher part of the resort, in a tranquil and sunny setting. This prestigious residence is south facing and located directly on the slopes offering ski-in/ski-out opportunities (snow and level depending) and is 500m from the Val Thorens resort centre.


Chalet Altitude

Self Catered Apartments Sleeps 1 - 14 Luxury

Located in the quiet district of Les Balcons in the lively ski resort of Val Thorens, Chalet Altitude is just 150m from the ski slopes but it is also possible to ski back to the residence (*), however, be please be aware that this may not be suitable for beginners.


Chalet Val 2400

Self Catered Apartments Sleeps 1 - 14

Located in the quiet Les Balcons area of the lively ski resort of Val Thorens, Chalet Val 2400 is just 150m from the ski slopes but it is also possible to ski back to the residence (*), however, please aware that you would need to be of an intermediate standard.

Village Montana

Self Catered Apartments Sleeps 1 - 8 Superior

3* Village Montana is located in the quiet and sunny lower part of Val Thorens (Soleil Area), directly on the ski slopes (snow and level depending). The residence is adjacent to the Ecole de Ski Francais (ESF) ski school and the children's snow garden and just 200m from the resort centre.


Village Montana Plein Sud

Self Catered Apartments Sleeps 1 - 8 Luxury

The recently built Village Montana Plein Sud residence in Val Thorens is built in a 4* luxury chalet style and is located at the bottom of the ski slopes, offering ski-in ski-out (snow and level depending). This south facing residence is situated in the quiet 'Soleil' area of Val Thorens, within 5 to 10 minutes walking to the Ecole de Ski Francais (ESF) ski school, shops and restaurants on Rue du Soleil.


Les Chalets de Rosael

Self Catered Apartments Sleeps 1 - 14

Les Chalets de Rosaël in Val Thorens is located in the newly developed area ‘Les Balcons’, at the foot of the ski slopes, offering direct access to the slopes from the residence. The resort centre is a short walk away (500m).


Self Catered Apartments Sleeps 1 - 12

4* Chalet des Neiges Hermine in Val Thorens is located only 200m from the slopes, offering doorstep skiing and the possibility to ski back to within 100m of the main entrance of the residence via the Retour/Plein Sud slope.

Plein Sud

Self Catered Apartments Sleeps 1 - 14

4* Chalet des Neiges Plein Sud in Val Thorens is ideally positioned to offer ski-in/ski-out possibilities (snow and level depending).

Koh-I Nor (hotel)

Hotel Sleeps 1 - 6 Luxury

One of the best luxury hotels in the Alps, the 5* ski-in/ski-out Koh-I Nor is the last word in comfort, service and cuisine: the place to stay for your special holiday in Val Thorens. The views are breathtaking. The Koh-I Nor won the prestigious award for France’s best ski hotel in 2015 and 2016.


Les Arolles (hotel)

Hotel Sleeps 1 - 4 Superior

This very popular French-run club hotel enjoys an ideal ski-in, ski-out location on the slopes, and yet right in the centre of the resort; access to the lifts is via a short blue run down to the Cairn gondola or the beginners’ area with the Campagnoles and Musaraignes magic carpets.


Le Fitz Roy (hotel)

Hotel Sleeps 1 - 3 Luxury

The 5* Hotel Le Fitz Roy enjoys possibly the best ski-in/ski-out location in Val Thorens, right on the slopes (and an easy ski down to the lifts and ski school meeting point), whilst also being right in the centre, on the Place de l’Eglise, with all the bars, restaurants and shops on the doorstep. This exclusive hotel was the first luxury hotel built in the resort some 20 years ago and is now being renovated for the 22/23 season.


Le Val Thorens (hotel)

Hotel Sleeps 1 - 4

One of the resort’s very first hotels to be built, in 1983, Le Val Thorens enjoys the most central location in the resort, on the Place de l’Eglise, whilst also offering excellent ski-in/ski-out convenience, being right on the slopes and an easy ski (or 5-minute walk) to the lifts, ski school and nursery slopes. It is currently being renovated for the 22/23 season.

Les 3 Vallees (hotel)

Hotel Sleeps 1 - 5 Superior

4* Hotel Les 3 Vallées in Val Thorens is ideally located at the heart of the resort in the Péclet area (Grande Rue), close to all the shops and just 50m from the ski slopes (100m to return).


Fahrenheit 7 (hotel)

Hotel Sleeps 1 - 5

Completely renovated for the 2016-17 ski season, the 4* hotel Fahrenheit Seven Val Thorens, it enjoys an ideal ski-in/ski-out location (snow and level depending) in a quiet part of Val Thorens, just 150m from the centre of the resort and 100m from the nearest lift and ski school meeting point.

Ski Collection Premium

Pashmina le Refuge (hotel)

Hotel Sleeps 1 - 8 Luxury

Hotel Pashmina le Refuge is one the resort's 5* luxury hotels. Located towards the top of the resort in a quiet location, yet just 150m from the resort centre, and right on the pistes, the hotel offers ski-in/ski-out convenience. This beautifully designed and stunningly decorated hotel offers a true luxury experience.

Le Sherpa (hotel)

Hotel Sleeps 1 - 2 Superior

The highly popular 3* Hotel le Sherpa enjoys a wonderful position in the quiet Plein Sud area at the top of Val Thorens (on Rue de Gebroulaz) with spectacular views over the resort and its peaks. Ski convenience is excellent: you put your skis on just 30m from the front door and ski through the resort for about a minute to get to the ski school meeting point (snow and level depending).

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