Dive into a new winter season in Val Thorens, where a range of innovations and improvements await you from 25 November 2023 to 5 May 2024. From ski slopes to activities, accommodation and services, discover the new experiences that will make your stay unforgettable!

What's new in the ski area


Giant letters on the slopes

There are (at least) 197,223,000 of you who ask us every year... so we've done it!

You'll find our 2 giant letterings on the green Traversée des 2 lacs piste (2 lacs chairlift) and the blue Traversée de montaulever piste (3 Vallées chairlift or funitel).

Two easily accessible slopes and carefully chosen vantage points for perfect shots!

A panoramic footbridge at Cime Caron

Inaugurated this winter, the new panoramic footbridge at Cime Caron gives access to a rotunda suspended in mid-air, offering an exceptional panorama of the resort and the surrounding peaks.

A central shaft gives you a view of the void beneath your feet, and the peaks are engraved directly on the glass, so you'll know everything the next time someone asks you "Is that Mont Blanc?

Upcoming projects: Already in the process of being transformed, Cime Caron will be home to a new building from the 2024/2025 season. Linked to the existing pedestrian tunnel, it will house a panoramic terrace, a wine cellar and a bar and restaurant service. It's sure to become the place to be if you want to enjoy a 360° panoramic view of Mont Blanc.

A new ski touring trail

Open since the beginning of January 2024, the new ski touring piste, in partnership with Salomon, is made up of two sections: Petite Sud and Grande Sud.

The trail starts in the Balcons district at the Les Balcons Platinium residence in Val Thorens and arrives at the picnic area of the Chardons red trail.

With a total length of 3.83 kilometres, this trail offers a positive vertical drop of 408m.

A ski run named after Chloé Trespeuch

It's an honour to have a track named after me on my home turf, where I grew up, from my first snowplough to my Olympic goals.

At the age of 29, Chloé Trespeuch already has a great track record: eight years after winning bronze in Sochi in 2014, she is Olympic snowboardcross vice-champion at the Beijing Olympics in 2022 and world No. 2 this season. A member of the Val Thorens club since the age of 6, she started out as a skier but quickly moved on to snowboarding. She joined the French snowboard team in 2009 and quickly achieved results that promised her a bright future in the discipline. Val Thorens had to honour its ambassador with a radiant smile by inaugurating a slope in her name, where she "learned, fell, progressed, doubted and loved".

The Chloé Trespeuch stadium can be reached by taking the blue Chalets piste from the 2 Lacs chairlift.

New activities

Malaysia, a complete makeover for the world's largest resort club

A legendary club in Val Thorens, the Malaysia underwent a complete transformation last summer. For its 39th season, clubbers can look forward to an entirely new concept. With a new logo, a new space, a new concept and new sound and image techniques, the Malaysia has a real ambition to be the "nightclub of the 3rd millennium".

As for the sound, none other than Laurent Garnier, an icon of international electronic culture, helped rethink the acoustics of the club. He went to Vienna, to the Grelle Forelle club, to find "the best sound in the world" and install it at Malaysia. In terms of space and visuals, the club called on renowned film and music video director Alexandre Courtès to rework the entire concept and visual design. The general idea behind the project was to transform the entire venue into a visual space, with a volume and animations that immerse the spectator in a playful universe.

Finally, on the practical side, the entrance to the club will be moved down Place Caron so that clubbers can wait in the warmth of an underground access corridor that can accommodate up to 200 people. So it's a brand new, cutting-edge club for party-goers this season!


Wellness experience at the Spa de l'Oxalys

To celebrate its twentieth anniversary, the 4-star Oxalys residence in Val Thorens is renovating its "Wellbeing" area and opening a new Spa. Designed to meet the needs of today's travellers in search of a moment out of time and absolute well-being, the Spa de l'Oxalys is a veritable haven of peace. A modern, soothing environment with a team of qualified practitioners, for an atmosphere conducive to relaxation and recovery.


Altapura Hotel

The Altapura Pure Altitude Spa becomes a Spa Codage

The new Spa Codage at Altapura plunges you into a world of snow and ice dedicated to muscle relaxation, physical preparation and recovery. The Day Spa package includes a 1,000 m2 wellness area with an indoor/outdoor pool, the only one of its kind in the resort, and a one-hour treatment. The day is rounded off with a gourmet break in the hotel restaurant, 2Mille3.


What's new in the accommodation sector

Hotel Marielle ****

To cater even more to families, who are a priority target, the Marielle is offering a few new features this winter for the enjoyment of young and old alike, with a new XXL games room: pool table, table tennis, table football, video games... and its unmissable bouncy castle outside.

Adults will not be left out with the pétanque court on the terrace, a new feature this winter,
to make after-ski even more fun! What's on offer? The new sausage and ham stand in partnership with the delicatessen "La Belle en Cuisse".


Hotel Fahrenheit 7 ****

The establishment is continuing to renovate and redecorate its rooms while retaining its sporting and festive DNA. The spirit of °F7 is impertinent, quirky and warm: the decor, staff uniforms, menus and music programme leave nothing to chance. Whether it's a live acoustic performance in the cosy atmosphere of the Zinc (the hotel bar), a private DJ set during the Seven Parties or après-ski on the terrace, the events at °F7 make the hotel The Place To Be!


What's new in services

Chalet Péclet, a new visitor centre

Completely refurbished, the Chalet Péclet, the focal point of the Place Péclet, which until recently housed public toilets, has been given a facelift. The chalet now offers a brand new Tourist Office reception point for visitors, and is also the new home of local radio station R'St Martin, Les Menuires, Val Thorens.

Club by ESF Val Thorens - A multi-purpose room for everyone

The ESF has completely refurbished the ROC de Péclet kindergarten to create a new multi-purpose room. As of this winter, this room can accommodate seminars (up to 70 people), meetings (up to 24 people) or even act as a coworking space. Accessible by car or directly from the slopes, it offers incredible views of the mountains! Prices: from €300 for half a day.


What's new in partnerships


Partnership with Chambéry Savoie Mont Blanc handball

Chambéry Savoie Mont Blanc Handball, a club that has been playing at the highest professional level for over 20 years, has chosen Val Thorens as its partner and oxygenation centre. After a 4-day training camp in July 2023, the staff and players will now be making regular visits to the highest resort in Europe, in both summer and winter, to prepare fully for the sporting challenges that lie ahead.

Now you know everything! So, are you ready to make the most of the 2023-2024 winter season?

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