The Three Valleys (Les Trois Vallees) ski area is located in the French Alps and is the largest ski area in the world. There are 600 km of runs suitable for beginners right up to the most expert skiers and snowboarders with 321 runs in total, 51 green, 132 blue, 106 red and 32 black. Snowfall throughout the season is usually guaranteed, but in cases where necessary there are over two thousand snow making machines to ensure perfect ski conditions so that visitors never leave feeling disappointed. The minimum skiing altitude is 1,300m and the maximum altitude is 3,230m. The Three Valleys is home to eight internationally renowned ski resorts, namely, Courchevel, La Tania, Meribel, Brides-les-Bains, Les Menuires, Val Thorens, Orelle and Saint Martin de Belleville. Conveniently, it is possible to ski the entire interlinked valley using a single ski pass. The ski lift system has 183 ski lifts in total, with 3 cable cars, 69 chair lifts, 74 surface lifts and 37 gondolas. Whether you are a skier / snowboarder or not, there are always things to keep you occupied in this area.

Val Thorens has its own ice-driving academy where you can experience ice driving or ice carting, whilst other resorts offer skidoo rides and snowshoeing. Many of the resorts have a vast array of shops, restaurants and bars, which offer various apre-ski activities such as live music and even snow dancing. Courchevel, for example, have many shops, art galleries, a cinema, bowling alley and indoor climbing wall. Not to mention their Aquamotion, a large sports centre with indoor heated swimming pools, a wave surfing area, water slides and even a fitness centre. Saint-Martin-de-Belleville has its own very unique experience of dog sledding, where a team of dogs will transport you through the beautiful Belleville Valley. In the summertime these resorts offer a wide variety of activities such as mountain biking events, white water rafting, horse riding, fishing, golf and paragliding.