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ABODE on the Snow

Discover Val Thorens

ABODE on the Snow

Ski or board

The award-winning resort has nearly 70 runs, so you can get your ski (or board) on, whatever your level.

World-class skiing is the name of the game at Val Thorens, which has been crowned the best resort in France at the prestigious World Ski Awards for nine years running. Part of the vast 3 Vallées ski area (the world’s largest) Val Thorens is known for great conditions, epic mountain views and dozens of runs that are fit for skiers and boarders of all levels.

Après ski

An après ski hotspot, the resort offers everything from live music gigs to clubs to slopeside parties.

A relaxed, party-ready atmosphere is what draws winter sports lovers to Val Thorens’ après ski scene, which offers everything from cosy, chalet-style restaurants to late-night bars to slopeside bashes. Whether you want to kick-back with your crew after an intense day on the slopes or keep the energy going past midnight, the resort’s diverse après ski spots have got you covered.

A slopeside bash at the resort.
A slopeside bash at the resort.
Celebrating a perfect ski day.
Celebrating a perfect ski day.

Tobogganing

Zip down France’s longest toboggan track, which starts at a glacier and features day and evening runs.

At six kilometres, the Val Thorens “Cosmojet” toboggan run is the longest in France, and reportedly takes a whopping 45 minutes from top to bottom. The track begins at the base of Péclet glacier, and you can pick up some serious speed on the way down. For added adrenaline and magical views of the valley, strap on a head torch and take on the course after sunset.

Ready to take on a 6K toboggan run?

The Val Thorens toboggan run is the longest in France, and it takes about 45 minutes to zip down the track.

An afternoon trip down the track.

Whether you choose to shoot down the track during daylight hours or wait ‘til nightfall, you can pick up some serious speed on the way down.

Getting to and around Val Thorens

Several seasonal U.K. carriers offer flights to Chambéry Airport, which is the closest airport to Val Thorens. Other options include flying into Geneva, Lyon or Grenoble. For those coming from outside of the U.K., Geneva Airport offers frequent flights to and from many European destinations, as well as other major world capitals.

From the airport, the most convenient way to get to the resort is to book a transfer. Ben’s Bus service also serves Val Thorens from Geneva, Grenoble and Lyon airports during the winter season. If you have experience driving in winter conditions, you can also drive from the airport to the resort—just make sure to book a parking space ahead of time. Once at the resort, you can either get around on foot or via the free shuttle bus.

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