Modernity, comfort, challenge, discovery... To continue to amaze you every year when you come, Les 3 Vallées is pulling out all the stops to live up to your expectations. Whether you're on holiday or looking for a relaxed weekend away, this winter season we've got something new for you at every turn!

From Courchevel to Val Thorens, via Méribel and Les Menuires, the world's largest ski area is constantly innovating and revolutionising the snow experience.

Méribel, at the heart of change!

The l'Olympe gondola lift is going the extra mile

This winter, the Olympe gondola linking Brides-Les-Bains to Méribel Centre is opening earlier, every day from 7.30am to 5pm! And as good news never comes alone, from 7.30am and 8.30am from Les Allues, access is free.

Element Park becomes Bump'n'Jump

Element Park is reinventing itself to give you even more thrills and fun! This year you'll be able to try out the Bumpy Run, the Funny Run and the Speedy Run boarder cross. You'll see, it's all happening at Méribel!

Innovation and protection

The flagship resort of the Alps combines comfort and technology to ensure skiers' safety. The Combes chairlift at Méribel Mottaret will now be equipped with sensors and cameras to automatically lower the guardrail if the seat is occupied. This is reassuring not only for children, but above all for parents, who will be able to enjoy their holiday with peace of mind!

Wooden hearts and giant hammock

If Méribel takes its name from the Latin "point from which the view is beautiful", it's not for nothing! The resort knows how to make itself look good on social networks, offering visitors new Instagram-friendly spots and breathtaking panoramas. On the summits, you'll find the superb giant wooden hearts. At the Cabinet du Lac, an XXL-sized hammock awaits you to take a break and immortalise your fondest memories on the slopes.

A breath of fresh air in Yeti Park

The "belle" of the 3 Vallées has given its play areas a facelift. At Yeti Park, children will be able to enjoy a new relaxation area by the ski lift, a giant xylophone for fun and new tunnel slides.

All aboard for what's new in the 3 Vallées


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Val Thorens / Orelle

Take to the skies from Cime Caron
This winter, discover a new panoramic footbridge at the top of Cime Caron. On the programme: a breathtaking 360° view of the surrounding peaks, an orientation table and a rotunda suspended in mid-air. This platform is the first building block of a future complex due to open in winter 2025/2026.

New Instagrammable spots

It's going to be hard to miss this winter! The resort has installed giant Val Thorens letters on the "Traversée des deux lacs" green run and the Montagnettes pedestrian path. With snow-capped peaks in the background, this is THE photo to capture during your stay.


An authentic mountain hut
Immerse yourself in a cocooning experience at Le Nid de la Saulire, the resort's new enchanting mountain hut. At the top of the Saulire, take a break to admire Courchevel from above and a clear view of the Aiguille du Fruit. Access is from the top of the Vizelle, Saulire or Pas du Lac cable cars.

A peaceful picnic
If you don't want to miss a minute's skiing, take a break in the brand new "Picnic & Relax" picnic room. The area has been completely refurbished for optimum comfort. There are tables, chairs, microwave oven, glove dryer, free wifi and smartphone chargers... Access is from the top of the Verdons gondola.

Head's new slalom course
In collaboration with the ski brand Head, Courchevel is unveiling a brand new slalom course so that you can follow in the footsteps of local champion Alexis Pinturault. The piste is open to skiers of all abilities. Access is at the bottom of the Dou du Midi piste, near the L'Épicéa ski lift.

Les Menuires

Heading for the mines
To pay tribute to the valley's mines, the resort has decided to rename its toboggan run. From now on, the name will be changed from Speed Mountain to La Mine. Immerse yourself in a high-speed experience and discover the Les Ménuires railway network. Access is authorised for children aged 5 and over (minimum 1.10 m) on their parents' sled, and for children aged 10 and over (1.40 m) on their own. There is an admission charge.

La Masse opens the doors of its ski lifts
Discover how ski lifts work at the heart of the new museum nestling on the heights of La Masse. One thing's for sure, they'll hold no more secrets for you. Access is via the Pointe de la Masse gondola during opening hours. Free for pedestrians and skiers on presentation of a valid lift pass.