LES 3 VALLÉES - where to go

LES 3 VALLÉES - where to go

Started by MartinGir in France - 11 Replies

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posted 01-Dec

It matters little because they are all EPIC resorts that are seamlessly interlinked

Gareth Fair
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posted 01-Dec

If you are on a budget La Tania is a good option too. It's right beside Courchevel but far cheaper with a lot of good value chalets. Good access to everywhere in the three valleys and a fabulous piste back down to the town,
When in doubt?....Flat out.

reply to 'LES 3 VALLÉES - where to go'
posted 01-Dec

A less costly option also is Brides-les-Bains. A long morning gondola to start up to Meribel, but the start time for the gondola is earlier than the normal lifts to avoid time being wasted. Once in Meribel, of course, the three valleys are your oyster.

reply to 'LES 3 VALLÉES - where to go'
posted 03-Dec

The beauty of the 3 valleys is that it is so well linked.
La Praz is the cheapest of the Courchevel (1350) options should be well covered with snow so you can ski back to the village/town.
Les Menuires is cheaper as is the "Hamlet" of Reberty just above although Reberty has much less accomodation.

Andy M
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Topic last updated on 03-December-2019 at 09:50

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