The Guide

Skiing in the Three Valleys

Want to know the best runs in the Three Valleys? Or how to get the most from your week? Check out our insiders tips for the ultimate Three Valleys skiing holiday.

With the world’s largest ski area at your fingertips, there is plenty for everyone to explore, whether you’re a newbie to the sport or a seasoned shredder. Make sure you read the articles below from our knowledgable locals, they’ll help you find the best pistes, give you tips on where to ski in all conditions and show you how to go to avoid the busiest times of the day.

On piste and off piste

For those looking for gentle flowing runs Verdon and Bellecote in Courchevel 1850 are a great choice or take the beautiful scenic route through the trees of La Tania on Plan Fontaine.

Looking for more of a challenge? Pop over to Meribel and head up Mount Vallon for breathtaking views and a choice of two challenging red runs. Make sure to get either Mures Rouges lift or Plan des Mains at the bottom to avoid a long flat green run.

For those more inclined to off piste skiing the 3 Valleys is made up of incredible terrain. So why not hire one of the many exceptional guides and make the most of what the area has to offer?

All The Articles...

Gav and Tom from the Ski Lab talk you through the best skis for your favourite type of skiing


John Hendry from Parallel Lines Ski & Snowboard School has lived in the resort for nearly two decades. Here he shares the secrets of having a backstage pass to Méribel and the Three Valleys.


Our friends at New Generation Ski & Snowboard School share their insider tips for nailing your ski holiday.


Eskimos have over 50 words for snow.  However we at Marmalade ski school think there’s only one that really matters…powder.  Light, floaty, amazing, bottomless, fluffy, deep powder.


Sweet Snowsports instructor Mark Birch, shares his tips on how to test skis before buying.

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