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About Val Thorens
At an altitude of 2300 metres, the highest resort in Europe is the culminating point of the 3 Vallées, the biggest ski area in the world (600 km of pistes). Val Thorens guarantees an incomparable quality of abundant snow from the end of November to the beginning of May: 99% of the ski area is situated at above 2000 m and over 35% of it is equipped with artificial snow making machines. From the top of the Cime Caron at 3200 m, you can discover a 360° panorama over the whole of the Alps. From powder fields to perfectly prepared pistes, the wide and varied ski area has something for everybody: alpine skiing, ski trekking, snow boarding, snow shoe outings... and even toboganning on a 6 km piste, the longest in France.
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What's New This Season at Val Thorens
* HOTEL ALTAPURA ****
The Altapura****, a brand new hotel concept of 88 bedrooms and set back from the lively centre of the resort, will opens its doors in December 2011.
* RESIDENCE MONTANA PLEIN SUD*****
This new Savoyard grand chalet style residence, the first 5-star residence in Val Thorens, is ideally situated directly on the pistes, in one of the quietest and sunniest locations in Val Thorens and very close to the “Village Montana” residences.
* FUNITEL DE THORENS
This 4th funitel in Val Thorens will be composed by 2 series of 2 cabins with a capacity of 33 persons each.
You will reach the top in approx. 2 minutes and the passenger flow will be 1500 persons per hour.
This lift will serve 2 new runs: a red one (les Asters) and a blue one (le Chocard)
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Maison de Val Thorens
Val Thorens, F FR
Val Thorens Phone Numbers
33 (0)4 79 00 08 08