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Val Thorens

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Val Thorens

Val Thorens is an internationally famous resort, known most of all as the highest village in Europe. At an altitude of 2300 m, the atmosphere here is like nowhere else. The ski resort is semi-pedestrianised, providing a typical urban space where you can go wherever you please.
Make the most of this exceptional location at the heart of the 3 Vallées, the biggest ski area in the world, with over 600 km of slopes.
You can access the ski area at the centre of the 78 slopes, with your skis on your feet. Snowpark, boardercross, junior area, slalom stadium, 6 km toboggan track: here skiing is king in all shapes and sizes and for all levels.


How to get there ?


By car

By A43
Exit: Albertville / Tarentaise / Beaufortain / Val d’Arly
Continue on N90
Exit 40: Saint-Jean-de-Belleville / Saint-Martin-de-Belleville / Les Ménuires / Val Thorens
Take the D117 and continue to Val Thorens
Enter Val Thorens and continue on the D117 for 210 metres
Turn right onto Rue du Soleil

By train

Moûtiers station – Salins – Brides-les-Bains 37 km
Regular shuttle service to Val Thorens

By plane

– Lyon Saint-Exupéry airport 183 km
– Geneva-Cointrin airport 159 km
– Chambéry Savoie Mont Blanc airport 112 km
– Grenoble airport 187 km
Regular bus services between the airports and Val Thorens