Ski Holidays in Méribel-Mottaret

Skiing in Méribel-Motarret means skiing in the French Alps, the dream of every skier and snowboarder, surrounded by impressive mountains over 4,000 metres high and in a resort with a great international atmosphere. A few reasons to choose your ski holidays in Méribel-Mottaret: the village is dreamlike and lies in the middle of the impressive Trois Vallées ski area, the largest in the world.

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When is the best time to ski in Méribel-Mottaret?

The whole season is good for skiing in Méribel. However, our advice, as in the rest of the French Alps, is to go on public holidays at the end of the season, which is already low season but still offers good quality snow. Skiing in the French Alps at Easter is a real luxury. In any case, the days with the most extreme temperatures, with several degrees below zero, are concentrated in the months of January and February.

Is there a ski equipment rental service at the Méribel-Mottaret ski resort?

Yes, if you don't want to travel to the French Alps with your ski equipment or don't have your own, you can hire it at the Méribel ski resort itself. There are various shops in the resort areas and some accommodation offers ski rental services in the Méribel resort for convenience of pick-up and return.

How many kilometres and slopes are there in the Méribel-Mottaret ski area?

Méribel is one of the ski resorts in the Trois Vallées domain. It has 150 kilometres of ski slopes, 64 of which have different levels of difficulty: 34 blue, 23 red and 7 black. There are also two snowparks and 50 kilometres for cross-country skiing. The Méribel slopes are at an altitude of between 1,450 and 2,962 metres. The resort has 39 lifts.