Meribel piste maps
Free piste maps a readily available when you arrive in Meribel. We have provided the two below so you can study the skiing available before you leave home.
Basic is in the name but certainly not by nature. It felt, first class from start to finish. What a great operation staffed by very competent and friendly people.Martin Coyle – February 27, 2016
Downloadable Meribel Piste Maps
When you arrive in resort, Ski Basics provide guests with detailed Meribel piste maps so that you are well-equipped, well-informed and ready to start your dream ski holiday in Les Trois Vallees. Get a head start before you arrive by using these easily downloadable Meribel piste maps to study the layout of the Meribel pistes whilst you are assessing the quality of the skiing you can look forward to when you arrive in resort at Meribel.
From the most recent snowfall reports to knowing how clear the skies are and whether the sun is shining, the right snow conditions are crucial to understanding the mountains. If you’re anything like us, you’ll be obsessed with checking those snow reports and weather conditions in Meribel time and time again in the run-up to your trip.
Navigating the mountain by getting to know the area by digesting the Meribel piste maps is a necessary part of planning your ski trip to Meribel. Along with checking the most up-to-date weather forecast, it’s important to become acquainted with the piste maps of Meribel and also maps of the Three Valleys region itself so that once you have checked snow depths, fresh snowfall, resort weather, off-piste conditions, avalanche risk and of course the lift operations , you can start planning your route for the day.
How to Navigate Meribel Pistes
Conditions and the status of the piste can vary from day-to-day and week-to-week, so ensuring that you are as knowledgeable and well-informed as possible in the run-up to your trip ensures that you can maximise your time enjoying the white stuff. The ever-popular winter playground of the Trois Vallees is huge, so knowing your way around and how to get from slope to slope and lift to lift is a crucial stage of your trip planning. Our Meribel piste maps detail each route for reaching Mont de la Challe, Tougnette, Roc de Fer, 3 Marches, Saulire, Col de la Loze, Aiguille du Fruit and all the slopes in between.
The beauty of this ski area is that from Meribel you can reach the entire Three Valleys region, so our Three Valleys piste map is invaluable in helping you to navigate the world’s largest ski area. The stats speak for themselves!
The Three Valleys Ski Region in Figures:
- 600km of pistes accessible on skis
- 328 downhill skiing pistes
- 1,512 hectares of maintained pistes
- 62,000 total difference in height
- 166 ski lifts
- More than 2,100 snow canons
- 35,000 hectares of nature
- 105km2 (or 10,500 hectares) of skiable area
Download these piste maps of Meribel and the Three Valleys to ensure that you are as well-informed as can be. You’re welcome!