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Ski resort sheet

63 slopes
Tracks map
150 KM. skiable
711snow cannons
41 lifts
3 carpet lifts
16 chairlifts
8 button lifts
14 cable cars
0 gondola lift
1100 - 2952 M. ski resort altitude
45 - 50 Price of ski pass day/adult
135 KM. Distance to airport
disabled access

Méribel is the main resort of “Les 3 Vallées” ski area: located at 1.450 meters over sea level and made up at the heart of the 3 Valleys that represent the world’s largest ski area, with over 600kms.

The ski resort Méribel has a total of 66 slopes, the majority of them being red and blue. It holds the world record for the resort with more quality, great capacity cable cars, allowing quick ascent to the summit at top speed with no waiting lines.

Méribel’s ski area is about 150kms size but the best part is that this resort is linked by slopes and lifts with Courchevel, Saint Martin de Belleville / Les Ménuires and Val Thorens.

Two slopes (La Face and Roc de Fer) have been used for Olympic events and FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup. In addition, there are 711 snow guns that cover 51% of the ski area to strenghten and improve the quality of the slopes. Méribel‘s best off-piste slopes are between Mont de la Chambre and Les Plattieres sectors, as well as at Mont Vallon‘s Summit (2952m). Another stunning off-pist start is Roc de Fer Summit. Visitors will also find wide, long green slopes for beginners.