Skiing without limits
Whether you’re a beginner, a freestyle junkie or a fan of leisurely carving: You have the varied slopes of Courchevel, Val Thorens, Brides-les-Bains, Les Menuires, Saint Martin de Belleville, La Tania and Orelle practically at your doorstep. In short: At Méribel-Mottaret ski resort, you can enjoy unlimited skiing and snowboarding fun in the French Alps.
Good to know: Do you enjoy off-piste skiing in pristine powder? Then test your skills on the slopes of Mont Vallon and Mont de La Chambre and savour the feeling of freedom as the deep snow carries you down to the valley! Beginners will enjoy the wide, relatively short, and gently sloping runs around Méribel-Mottaret.
Ski rental in Méribel-Mottaret
Your INTERSPORT Rent shop in Méribel-Mottaret
Top-class slopes – top-class equipment: Seize the chance to test latest-generation skis and snowboards at the world’s largest ski area! The RENTertainers on site will provide you with comprehensive advice and adjust your equipment to your individual needs and skills. Do you think that carving and cruising are all very well but you would also like to venture away from the groomed slopes from time to time? Then why not try cross-country skiing or snowshoeing through the magnificent forests and landscapes of Méribel-Mottaret?
By the way: To save time on site, the online ski rental service of INTERSPORT Rent allows you to book your skis, boots, helmets and more from the comfort of your home. Once you’re at the ski resort, you only need to try them on in the shop – and you’re ready for the snow!
Skiing in the Méribel-Mottaret region
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Whether it’s a family holiday or a winter sports adventure: The region surrounding Méribel-Mottaret leaves nothing to be desired when it comes to snow fun. With excellent connections to the Les Trois Vallées ski area, you benefit from the top-notch infrastructure of the world’s largest interconnected ski area and can look forward to perfectly groomed slopes. The diverse mix of slopes caters to both beginners and advanced skiers, professionals and freeriders – and you get stunning mountain views on top!
For those who prefer a more laid-back skiing experience, staying at Méribel ski resort is a great option. With 150 kilometres of slopes, there’s plenty of variety there, too. Even as late as March, Mottaret and Méribel often get over half a metre of fresh snow. The slopes and descents, 85 per cent of which are located higher than 1,800 metres above sea level, are typically bathed in sunshine, which makes the region especially popular with leisure skiers.
Plus, there are also great options for the youngest winter sports enthusiasts, including Yeti Park with its vast range of child-friendly games and facilities.
What’s waiting for you at Méribel ski resort?
- 150 kilometres of slopes
- 79 slopes for all skill levels
- 50 cable cars and lifts
- easy access to Les Trois Vallées ski area with 600 kilometres of slopes
- “Yeti Park” children’s playground
- “Open Park” snow park with boxes, jumps and halfpipes
- 9 ha area for night skiing
- numerous snowshoeing trails, cross-country ski trails and toboggan runs
- special slopes for powder enthusiasts, freeriders and speed skiers
Skiing in Méribel-Mottaret is right for you if ...
... you enjoy carving your turns at more than 2,000 metres above sea level.
... you like to decide every day whether you want to push yourself on or off the slopes.
... you’re looking for a ski resort with a dedicated children’s snow park.
... you enjoy skiing or snowboarding under starry skies.
... you appreciate breathtaking views while doing winter sports.
... you love to leave your tracks in fresh powder.
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Valley run from Sommet de la Saulire (2,738 m) to Mottaret
The Pas du Lac cable car takes you directly from Méribel-Mottaret to 2,700-metre Sommet de la Saulire. Besides the unrivalled views, it’s the unique characteristics of the descent to Mottaret that delight winter sports enthusiasts from all over the world.
Please note: This descent is only suitable for experienced skiers and snowboarders. The same applies to the run from Sommet de la Saulire to Méribel – the longest descent in the entire ski area.