Sunday 9 December Last update : 12/09/2018 at 17:01
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    VAL THORENS
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Car parks

The resort is partially pedestrianised, so if you're travelling to Val Thorens this winter you'll need to use one of the car parks provided. The car parks are all sheltered from inclement weather, meaning you won't have to spend your time scraping snow and ice off your vehicle. And you can use the time you've saved to get even more out of your holiday.

 

When you first arrive, you'll have a few minutes to leave your car close to your accommodation while you unpack.

 

You'll then need to take your vehicle to the Valthoparc car park, which is open 24 hours a day and has around 3,500 spaces available. There's also a free shuttle bus to take you from the car park to your accommodation.

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Car parks
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Place Caron – Tourist Information Centre

Place Caron is the main meeting point at the resort. It is located at the very centre of the resort and is only a few minutes' walk away, no matter where you are.

 

It's the heart and soul of the resort, where all events are held and where you can grab a hot chocolate, meet Father Christmas or watch a stunning fireworks display.

 

It's also home to the Tourist Information Centre, where you can meet our team and get tips and information throughout your stay.

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Place Caron – Tourist Information Centre
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The Sports Centre

Do you fancy a game of squash with a friend, or simply want to pamper yourself after a day's skiing? Whether you want to exercise, play sport or relax, the Val Thorens Sports Centre is the ideal place to visit, featuring a wide range of activities in a 7,500 sq. m covered space.

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The Sports Centre
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The Toboggan Slope

Get ready for an unforgettable experience!

The fun, signposted slope features raised bends and varying gradients that are sure to delight all participants. The slope is more than 6 km in length and is suitable for all ages from 5 up.

Fun and laughter guaranteed!

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The Toboggan Slope
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The Zip Line

Are you looking to get even higher? Then come and try the zip line!

 

The zip line stretches for 1,300 metres and takes 1 minute 45 seconds from end to end, offering breathtaking panoramic views along the way.

The start line is at the high point of the 3 Vallées (3,230 m) in the Orelle area, finishing at the Val Thorens peak.

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The Zip Line
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Cime Caron

If you love the mountains, you'll simply adore Cime Caron!

 

Hop on board one of the Caron panoramic cable cars and experience one of the most breathtaking views of the Alps. Enjoy an unbroken view of Mont Blanc and 360° panoramic view of more than 1,000 Alpine peaks in France, Italy and Switzerland.

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Cime Caron
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The Ski Cross slope "JF Chapuis"

Fancy a little race with your friends?

 

Then take up the challenge and hurtle down the course of Olympic Ski Cross champion Jean Frédéric Chapuis. This fun course features a series of raised bends, jumps and other natural and artificial obstacles... The aim is not to be the fastest, but to finish before everyone else!

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The Ski Cross slope "JF Chapuis"
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The ice track

The ice track is one of Val Thorens' most iconic locations. Whether you're looking to improve your winter driving skills or seeking a thrill, come and learn how to control your vehicle on snow and ice.

 

For the last 20 years the track has hosted the highest stage of the Trophée Andros, a popular, spectacular and high-quality ice-driving competition.

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The ice track
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Getting to the 3 Vallées area

From Val Thorens, set off to explore the 3 Vallées, the world's biggest skiing area with 600 km of slopes to suit all levels.

 

In total there are more than 330 slopes, almost half of which are easy slopes and half of which are "expert" slopes. So there's something for everyone.

 

So strap on your skis, get your 3 Vallées entry pass and off you go!

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Getting to the 3 Vallées area
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