The approach to Val Thorens is up the Belleville valley from Moûtiers, alt 800m. The road winds up the mountain through the steep-sided valley passing through several villages on the way and reaching St Martin at 1450m after 18km. The first lift of the 3 valleys ski network departs from here. Les Menuires lies at 1800m, a further 8km and Val Thorens is situated at 2300m and 38km from Moûtiers.
To help you get your bearings, in this section you will find street maps, activity area maps, and ski & Val Thorens piste maps for Val Thorens, and the Three Valleys.
Val Thorens Piste Map & Lift Map
Here are some handy piste maps to get you out and about on the snowy slopes of Courchevel and the Three Valleys. Either print a copy to take up the mountain with you or pick up a paper piste map from the lift-stations, Tourist Office, hotel receptions and the like...
Town Maps for Val Thorens
The three resorts that make up the Belleville Valley each have their own ski areas, town centres and transport systems. As you drive into the valley along the mountain road that rises up from Moûtiers you will come first to the charming village of Saint Martin de Belleville at 1450m, then to the more modern resort of Les Menuires at 1800m and finally to Europe's highest ski resort of Val Thorens at 2300m. Each resort has its own atmosphere and while you are in the Valley it is worth visiting each one, whether on skis or on the bus, to get a feel for how the Valley has developed.
These Val Thoren maps should help you find your way around town and neighbouring resorts.