Val Thorens is one of our most popular resorts. It’s perfect for groups of any size and for skiers and boarders of every level. Furthermore at 2300m it is the highest resort in Europe which means excellent snow is guaranteed from November until May.

Part of its popularity is because Val Thorens is the highest part of the famous 3 Valleys, one of the largest linked ski area in the world; with 600kms of pistes and 183 lifts linking up the resorts of Meribel, Courchevel and Les Menuires, the 3 Valleys gives you access to every kind of slope you could want. Just make sure you catch the last lifts back over to your valley at the end of the day, as it’s a long bus journey if you don’t!

Val Thorens itself is based in a natural bowl, with lots of sweeping blue and green runs through resort which makes it ideal for beginners. At the same time the sheer expanse of the 3 Valleys means even the most experienced skiers and snowboarders will be kept well entertained. The snow park in Val Thorens offers 70,000 square meters of kickers, rails and boxes for all abilities, great to go and ride in or just to watch! The ski cross track leading into resort is on the world cup circuit, and accessible to all outside of competitions - definitely worth trying out!

You can’t fault the resort itself either – it was built in the 1960s with function in mind, so there’s easy access to all of the slopes and a whole host of actvities available. There are lots of atmospheric places for après ski on piste with La Folie Douche and Bar 360 only one run back to town, dancing on tables in the mountains has never been easier. Back in town there is a wide variety of bars and restaurants for later on which are all conveniently no more than 5 minutes walk from each other and 10 from your accommodation.

We have a range of accommodation from 2 star self-catered studios to 4 star chalets and 5 star self catered aparmtents complete with saunas and Jacuzzis and spas, and the best can ski straight down to and from them all.

Resort details

Ski area: 140km - 600km
Ski altitude: 1815m - 3230m
Top Peak: 3230m
Village Height: 2300m

Resort runs

Val Thorens (3 Valleys)
Black 6 (34)
Red 27 (117)
Blue 16 (135)
Green 7 (48)
Glaciers 1 (1)
Snowparks 1 (5)

Other activities

Zip line (the highest in Europe) from the top of Orelle to Val Thorens, 5km long toboggan run, skier cross, mountain meal and night descent, paragliding, ice driving (as seen on Top Gear), snow mobile hire, bowling, beer pong tournaments and a fully equipped swimming pool and leisure centre. 


Les Balcons is located at the top of the resort and is made up of 6 alpine chalets.

Located next to the lift that joins the upper and lower parts of the resort, the Silveralp offers accommodation in apartments sleeping 4, 5 and 6 people. Access to the nearest pistes is within 20 metres. This residence is well maintained and directly opposite a wonderful bakery.

The residence Le Cheval Blanc is in an excellent location in a calm and sunny area of Val Thorens. It is right in the heart of the ski area, so you have direct access to the slopes.

These residences are very close the resort centre and sports facilities, shops, bars and restaurants there. There is direct access to the slopes for ski in/ski out potential.

Machu Picchu is the newly refurbished section of Temples du Soleil. These modern and stylish apartments have been created with luxury, style and comfort in mind.

Situated directly on the nursery slopes of Val Thorens, the Temples du Soleil is in the perfect location. It has direct access onto the slopes, and has all the amenities you could need within close proximity including bars and supermarkets.

Restaurants, Bars & Clubs

Found on the green nursery slope running back into resort and twinned with the mountain meal restaurant Chalet Du Thorens, Bar 360 is accessible, next to a great venue for food and also one of the best après places in France!

This is one of the best bars in Val Thorens – there’s always a fantastic atmosphere and it’s open until 4am, so will take you long into the night. The owner is great fun too which really adds to the ambience.

Located underneath Saloon bar, Downunder is the sports sister. Big screens show all the main sporting events, and there are pool tables scattered about as well. A good place to chill before moving upstairs for a party and a great place to find a quiet bar if partying upstairs!

This is famed as the highest pub in Europe. They do a very good breakfast and incredible burgers. The staff are really nice and chilled, so ends up being a popular hangout with the Seasonnaires too. They also have sky sports – and Guinness!

This night club is a sister to Saloon bar and offers the same great value deals. It’s got great atmosphere and nice cocktails – a good alternative to Malaysia. They also will organise beer pong tournaments for groups with an all inclusive beer price. Just ask us to organise it for you!

This is a fantastic après ski spot. It’s located half way up the mountain and has a great atmosphere with live bands on most afternoons: the perfect place to relax after your hard day on the mountain – though don’t forget that you have to ski down afterwards!

The largest club you’ll find in the Alps and it's right in the centre of Val Thorens. They have live bands almost every night. Whatever happens this place offers an awesome night out.

Really good cocktails and great drinks deals. This place has an awesome atmosphere and is popular with Seasonnaires too. It also has perfect location for further drinking after après at the Folie Douce.

New for the 15/16 season, Slopeside provides an affordable venue for lunch without leaving the slopes. Massive cushions and comfy desk chairs, a daily BBQ and chilled tunes make this a welcome arrival to the busy resort. 

Get ready to dance a lot! This friendly and crazy bar is the first you come to at the top of the resort. A mixed crowd of party crazy Europeans create some of the best nights in town, expect to leave here singing catchy tunes.