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Find out about the changes in the 3 Vallées ski area for this new winter season.
In order to continue to surprise you from season to season, the 3 Vallées ski area reinvents itself every year.
And for this winter season, discover new alpine skiing and hiking slopes, a cocooning snow terrace and technological innovations.
This year, the old Bouquetin slope is replaced by the IBEX black slope. Located under the Bouquetin chairlift, the IBEX slope is 600 meters long and 300 meters high.
Stamped “Vertical Experience“, this slope awaits the most experienced skiers for a maximum of adrenaline.
If you want to try ski touring, the new ski slope “Le roc” is the ideal climb to take your first steps in the snow.
From the top of the Chalets chairlift, embark on a two kilometer ski touring run with 370 meters of vertical drop on an easy and accessible route to the Chalet du Lac. Then head back down to the slopes and enjoy the snowy view.
This winter, enjoy the new snow terrace facing the mont Vallon. Accessible from the departure of the Bouquetin chairlift, this terrace is the perfect place to take beautiful pictures with family, friends or as a couple.
After having taken some pictures of the emblematic summit of Meribel, don’t hesitate to sit down on the tables to get your strength back before skiing again.
If you didn’t have the time to order your ski passes online and you know exactly which ones you want, an automatic machine is waiting for you at the Hameau residence in Méribel-Mottaret.
On the Méribel-Mottaret ski area, free charging stations for smartphones have also been set up. To use them, all you have to do is leave your phone in a closed box with a PIN code and let it charge for the duration of your descent before retrieving it.
Finally, 182 solar panels have been installed on the roof of the Saulire Express intermediate station to produce local energy.
From now on, all you have to do is put on your skis and go to the 600 kilometers of slopes of the largest ski area in the world: the 3 Vallées!