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Best Ski Itineraries in Val Thorens

Discover the top Val Thorens ski itineraries

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It’s easy to become bewildered by the choice of 330 pistes that are available in the 3 Valleys, so we (and our intrepid snow reporters) have compiled a handful of routes that we hope will help you discover new terrain in this enormous ski area. Follow these routes to discover the best pistes, best snow, great views, where to eat and where to go on those bad weather days. Lift names are given in capitals.

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For further information take a look at the range of maps available to help you get your bearings, and you can read more about which areas are best for beginners, advanced skiers, where to find the snowparks and off-piste areas in our ski area overview.

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Find your way around with Piste Maps for Val Thorens. Take a look at this year's Ski Lift Pass Prices and if you're not sure which one to buy, read our guide for more information. 

Taking it easy on a tour round the 3 valleys on blue pistes

Route 1 – Meribel Valley Blues Cruise

A good route for intermediate skiers

Route 2 – Meribel to Courchevel Moriond

A round trip from Meribel to Val Thorens & back

Route 3 – Meribel to Val Thorens

Meribel to La Tania, great on bad weather days

Route 4 – La Tania & Tree Line Skiing

Exploring the 4th Valley over in Orelle

Route 5 - Les Menuires & the '4th Valley'

For experts only! Courchevel's best steep and deep skiing

Route 6 – Courchevel Fast & Furious

Courchevel and back in a day

Route 7 - Val Thorens to Courchevel

An easy skiing route based entirely on blue pistes

Route 8 - The Three Valleys Blue Runs Circuit

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