Situated in the heart of the world’s largest ski area, Meribel’s reputation has been built on its extensive choice of pistes and breath-taking scenery. This charming alpine resort spans the mountainside, with its lift system stretching up to an altitude of 2952 metres.
The highly efficient Three Valleys' lift system, consists of over 200 ski lifts, connecting eight resorts, so the vast choice of pistes will offer you something new every day. You are sure to find a suitable area, no matter what your ability. Gentle beginners ski slopes line the lower valleys and more challenging blue, red and black runs can be found at the higher altitudes with dramatic views of the surrounding mountains.
With millions of euros spent each year we really do get great value from our Three Valleys lift passes. This season you will be better connected with new WiFi hot spots across the Meribel valley, including at the top of the Rhodos lift and the top of Plan de L'homme chair lift, at the DC Area 43 chill zone and the Yeti Park.
The new season will have even more additions to the family friendly activities. Have a go racing on the parallel slalom built at the Altiport or get papped at the Olympic chairlift photo point! The range of activities across Meribel gets better year after year. Children love to visit the Inuit Village to build igloos, have snowball fights and even meet a musher and his sled dogs. Take fun photos of your group in the giant picture frames scattered around the Meribel valley or head to the Elements Park to learn to boardercross, experience funcross and for those that prefer to be in the air try the impact boxes, rails and jibs!
Why not try night sledding in Meribel-Mottaret, on offer each Tuesday evening and Thursday's during the French school holidays. A great way to enjoy the slopes after dark followed by apres ski drinks
Meribel has so much to offer families both on and off the snow. At the Parc Olympic you will find the pool, ice skating rink and climbing wall, perfect activities for after a busy day on the slopes. This season why not visit the Inuit Village at the Altiport to build igloos, have snowball fights, play golf on snow and even meet a musher and his sled dogs. Take fun photos of your group in the giant picture frames scattered around the resort or head to the newly named Elements Park, which was the previous Moon Park to learn some freestyle!