On the slopes
The Trois-Vallées region offers 600km of groomed pistes and a variety of runs to suit all levels. The highest slopes are found at Val-Thorens, while La Saulire offers the best snow conditions and some of the most challenging runs. With gradients of 38 degrees, these are amongst the most taxing black runs in the world. Meribel, on the other hand, offers a wide range of good red slopes. These are also more than a dozen cross-country routes in the area, most of them created especially for the 1992 Winter Olympics. Activities include skiing, cross-country skiing, heli-skiing, snowboarding, snow-shoeing, snowmobiling, tobogganing, paragliding, hot air ballooning and hang-gliding.
Off the slopes
After a rigourous day’s skiing, Le Mélézin offers a variety of venues in which to unwind: the indoor swimming pool, the Spa offering specialised relaxation and beauty treatments, the Salon and the Bar. There is also the Restaurant which serves French cuisine. For those wishing to venture out, just 200m from the resort is the village with its lively mix of après-ski-bars, boutiques and village entertainment.
Ski Privilege Pass inclusions:
* One six-day ski pass per person.
* A day of private ski instruction the day after arrival.
* Daily Continental or healthy breakfast and à la carte dinner per person - meals will not be exchanged or compensated.
* Complimentary shuttle service within the village of Courchevel 1850.
Download the Le Mélézin Ski Privilege Pass e-flyer here