Stunning slopes for all skill levels in the Maurienne region
Only 100 metres from the village centre, the winter sports fun begins. That’s where the chairlift takes you up to Le Gros Crey with its varied descents and slopes – the perfect start to your ski adventure. The wide slopes are ideal for beginners and leisure skiers as well as for fans of carving. If you prefer leaving your tracks in fresh powder and on pristine descents, we recommend the less visited mountainsides of Pointe la Sandonière.
By the way: For snowboarders, the daily groomed Snowpark du Lac de la Vieille at Crey du Quart offers numerous halfpipes and exciting boardercross tracks for maximum winter sports fun.
Ski rental in Valmeinier 1800
Your INTERSPORT Rent shop at Valmeinier 1800 ski resort
From ski boots to helmets, from tip to toe: Get winter sports equipment that’s perfectly tailored to your needs at the INTERSPORT Rent shop on site! Whether it’s for skiing, snowboarding, ice skating or winter hiking – our RENTertainers are happy to help you choose the right equipment for your favourite winter sport. Plus, they’ll provide you with useful tips regarding routes, slopes, hiking trails and sports events.
Did you know? You can book your entire equipment in advance from the comfort of your home – thanks to the online ski rental of INTERSPORT Rent.
Skiing at Valmeinier 1800
More about the ski resort
Are you aiming higher when it comes to winter sports? Do you love splendid views while cruising and carving down the mountain? Then Valmeinier 1800 is the perfect ski resort for you. At the interconnected ski resort of Galibier Thabor, 70 per cent of slopes are located higher than 2,000 metres above sea level – offering breathtaking mountain vistas.
The ski resort caters to all types of skiers. For instance, the 17 beginners’ slopes are the ideal environment for children and first-timers to practice their first turns in the snow. More advanced skiers will enjoy the resort’s 64 easy and moderately difficult slopes. Accomplished winter sports athletes can compete against each other on eight black slopes and steep descents.
By the way: At Valmeinier 1800, skiing fun doesn’t end when the sun goes down. After all, there‘s a 600-metre-long slope for night skiing. At the valley station of Pré Aynard chairlift, cosy bars and great après-ski parties are waiting for eager night owls.
What’s waiting for you at Valmeinier – Galibier Thabor ski resort?
- 160 kilometres of slopes
- 31 lifts and cable cars
- winter sports fun between 1,430 and 2,750 m above sea level
- 90 slopes for all skill levels
- 690 snow guns – for perfect slope conditions at all times
- fun snow park at Crey du Quart
- special ski kindergartens
- top paragliding spots, e.g., at Le Grand Plateau and Le Gros Crey
- mountain kart – before the slopes open
- night skiing in Valmeinier 1800
Skiing in Valmeinier 1800 is right for you if ...
… you love variety when it comes to skiing.
… you enjoy skiing higher than 2,000 m above sea level.
… you are looking for perfect slope conditions for all family members.
… you like to continue skiing after sundown.
… you enjoy trying new sports away from the slopes.
… you’re a fan of stunning mountain views.
INTERSPORT Rent tip
Our RENTertainers recommend
The red Genépi slope
The Genépi slope is a highlight for advanced skiers. Why do winter sports athletes of all ages love it so much? For one, the wide, perfectly groomed slope is simply perfect for leisurely carving and speed skiing. Plus, it offers magnificent views across the Maurienne valley that both skiers and snowboarders will love.
To enjoy this unique slope, take the Pré Aynard chairlift in Valmeinier 1800. At the top, follow the blue slopes Violettes and Bleuets towards Gros Crey chairlift. Once you have reached the mountain station, continue along the blue Myrtilles run.
After two turns, you get to a crossing, where you keep right. That’s where the famous Genépi slope starts, taking you down to the mountain station of Roi chairlift along numerous impressive sections. An experience that will stay with you for a long time to come!
Our tip: If you follow the red Cyclamen and Églantiers slopes, you get to Valmeinier Villages where you can hop on Roi chairlift to start another amazing ski adventure.