Situated at over 2200m, Val Thorens is able to offer guaranteed snow and an extended season. Linked to the famous Trois Valles (or Three Valleys), the ski area provides over 600km of skiing for all levels of skiers and snowboarders, including great snowboard parks for the adventurous snowboarder. The beginner area is perfect for those learning to ski and snowboard, and has modern facilities and a free ski lift.
The resort of Val Thorens was purpose-built for skiing, which is why it sits at such a high altitude. Being set on a ski slope, the activities are largely still active-based and include tenpin bowling, zip lining, snow mobile trips, mountain biking on snow, heli-tours, ice diving, ice driving, tobogganing, snowshoeing and dog sledding.
Within walking distance, you’ll have access to ATMs, retail shops, as well as several supermarkets. There is also a small medical centre and pharmacy located in the centre of town.
Val Thorens is a lively ski resort with a purpose-built ski area, with more than 40 bars and 3 night clubs. No trip to Val Thorens would be complete without a visit to Folie Douce, billed as ‘The dance floor on top of the world’. We also love Bar 360 and Café Snesko. For those that want to party the night away, be sure to head to Malaysia.
Val Thorens also has a number of great restaurants to choose from, most of which are located in the numerous hotels that are all within walking distance.