On the Mountain
Off the Mountain
Whether you're looking for an adrenaline-fueled adventure, a family break or a relaxing getaway, Val Thorens has something for you.
At an altitude of 2300 metres, it’s the highest ski resort in Europe and offers some of the most spectacular panoramic views of the surrounding mountains as well as outstanding snow conditions.
Val Thorens boasts an excellent selection of ski-in, ski-out accommodation that provides easy access to the slopes, allowing you to maximise your time on the mountain and fully immerse yourself in the resort's après-ski experience.
And with a night life that’ s world-renowned, you’ll want to be making the most of your time off the slopes.
Val Thorens is part of the massive Three Valleys ski area which boasts 600 km of ski runs linked by fast, modern lifts.
The resort itself offers 300 km of runs ranging from beginner to expert level. And with the most reliable snow conditions in Europe, you don’t need to worry about checking the weather forecast before you book.
Whether you’re a complete novice or a seasoned snow junkie, you’ll be guaranteed an awesome experience on the slopes.
For families with children, the resort has a range of childcare services and activities available, including a snow kindergarten and ski schools.
Looking for a different kind of adrenaline rush? No problem.... From guided snowshoeing to snow mountain biking and paragliding, Val Thorens offers a diverse range of activities to keep all levels of thrill-seekers satisfied. Why not hop on Val Thoren’s unique Cosmojet toboggan? Or sit back and soak up the view as you allow yourself to be transported along the Tyrolienne, a 1 km zip wire at an altitude of over 3000m.
Whatever you get up to while you’re here, you can be guaranteed a holiday you’ll be talking about for many years to come.
Val Thorens is renowned for its superb facilities, making it a popular destination for a wide range of activities off the slopes, from ice skating with the kids to spa treatments and fine dining.
Le Board sports centre has a heated indoor pool with a separate aquatic area for children, offering a range of fun water games to keep your little ones entertained. There are also a range of racquet sports on offer, and a wellness centre for those looking to kick back and unwind.
Whether you’re a wild party animal or more of a low key lounger, the nightlife in Val Thorens has something for everyone.
There’s a plethora of easily accessible bars, nightclubs and pubs to choose from, catering to all tastes and preferences.
Many establishments offer live music and DJ sets that keep revellers partying into the early hours.
But if it's a more relaxed atmosphere you’re after, head to one of the resort's many cosy pubs or lounge bars for a drink and a nibble.
Val Thorens offers a diverse culinary scene with a range of restaurants serving traditional Savoyard cuisine, international specialties, and both casual and fine dining options. Many of the restaurants are located in the town centre and offer stunning mountain views.
(Timings are approximate)
Chambéry Airport - 1 hour 45 mins
Geneva Airport -2 hours 30 mins
Lyon Airport - 3 hours
Grenoble Airport - 3 hours