Les 3 Vallees has made significant investment to its ski area this year, with particular benefits for beginners and families.
Val Thorens has made improvements for beginners with the construction of two new green runs: Musaraigne and Campagnols. The first is almost flat for the first-timers and the second is z-shaped for those making their first turns. There is also a new blue run 'L'Eterlou' enabling beginners to make their way to the Grand Fond Funitel which will take them up to the Col de Rosaël (3000m), as well as a new red run 'Les Chardons' built on the PleinSud sector which allows access to a new sunny picnic site (2700m).
In Meribel, there is now more for families in Meribel with the Acticross and the Moon Wild. The Acticross is a new fun area with woops, tunnels, banked turns, and small slaloms dedicated to families and is accessible for children aged 6 and above. The Moon Wild is a new learning area for children. Families can discover the local flora and fauna as they ski, with the footprints and signs in the snow as well as the giant sculptures of animals. A pedestrian track parallel to the slopes allows non-skiers access to the learning area too.
La Tania has invested in 20 new snowmakers, making it easier to ski back to the resort even when the snow begins to melt on the lower slopes.