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Looking for a rental apartment in Val Thorens for your winter stay in the mountains?

By providing you with all the experience gained since 1993 in real estate, estate agency Adrets offers a wide selection of holiday apartments in Val Thorens.

Select apartments for rent compared to a label awarded by the tourist office of Val Thorens, label determined in relation to the quality and comfort of the apartment or studio.

We work to offer you the best of holiday apartments for your stay in the highest resort in Europe.

Rental studio for 2 people to rent chalet apartment 6-10 people , everyone can find accommodation that suits him for his skiing holiday in Val Thorens.

The Real Estate Agency des Adrets be your designer ski holiday to Val Thorens.


By the way, here is a quick recap of a client who has become a friend of the agency having been coming with his family for six years now. He was kind enough to tell us about his skiing in the Three Valleys, a legendary ski area where you can ski for 15 days without returning to the same place. This is to say the gigantism of the ski area!
If you're heading to the Three Valleys later this season or are already planning your next mountain ski vacation, you should read on.
It is for those looking for different slopes for skiing to find themselves on the slightly congested popular boulevards of the Three Valleys. I spent a week in the Three Valleys last March (before confinement) and had fantastic conditions, better than those of my 6 seasons before this year. Take a look below at my list of the best pistes in the Three Valleys.
The Verdet piste which leads to the traditional ski resort of St Martin de Belleville in the Three Valleys is undoubtedly one of the best pistes in the Three Valleys, but it has a slight twist. You can only access the track via the Méribel Olympic chairlift. From the top of the Olympic, you walk along the Belleville valley before turning right towards Saint-Martin. The track is nice and wide and suitable for beginners and experts alike with great carving opportunity with good, varied rolling terrain.
Little tip: enjoy a glass of beer at Corbeleys afterwards!
The Plan du Bouquet is an underrated trail in Les Menuires that few people know about. The main Mont de La Chambre piste is still great but if you cut halfway and head towards Val Thorens you will find the Plan du Bouquet behind the Montaulever ski lift. The track winds along the edge of the Les Menuires part of the Three Valleys and offers a breathtaking view of Val Thorens. Make sure you stay to the left to see the whole trail.
Tip: you can ski from here to Chez Pepe Nicolas, one of the best mountain restaurants in the Three Valleys.
For those who like to explore the confines of the Méribel slopes, the combination of Choucas and Gelinotte is worth an adventure. It is not at all a popular way to enter the center of Méribel but great slopes to discover. The start is nice and wide with hilly terrain and the second half is nice and easy up to resort level through the trees. These are certainly some of the best pistes in the Three Valleys.
Tip: be careful not to take the red track on the left or you will end up at Raffort!
A short dive in the Méribel valley in the heart of the Three Valleys is the best way to describe the Mouflon. Accessible from the Plattières 3 gondola, the Granges chairlift and the St Martin Express, the track is only 800m long but is exhilarating from start to finish. Being north facing facing snow here is usually at its best.
Tip: ski in the morning to have good access to Méribel and beat the crowds to Courchevel. Be careful, plan the return trip especially in case of crowds!
If you are already in the Courchevel Moriond ski area, be sure to ski the Rochers piste. Rochers is a great trail and is not often skied by the masses. The start is moderately steep, then you enter a cruising section with hollows and banked corners before a few rollers. The track is in two parts and the second part is where most of the speed is. Often used by the ski club, the second half is like an alpine ski race with tight turns and steep faces before stabilizing and finishing in the Rosaries chair.
Tip: take advantage of the affordable Le Bel Air restaurant!
Once you've skied around Courchevel 1650 and think it's time to head back to Courchevel 1850 then you don't like the often icy red piste at Roc Mugnier you should try the Gentiane piste, you can catch up with her by taking either the Signal or the Rosary Chair and keeping to the right to avoid the icy red. Gentiane is a very wide blue slope ideal for all levels and offers a superb view over Courchevel Moriond.
Tip: don't miss the turn! It's really an underrated race in the Three Valleys.
The Dou du Midi slope offers experienced skiers a steep and wide red slope to really practice your carving. This trail also leads to the Chenus region of Courchevel 1850 where you can find superb ski-in ski-out chalets such as Chalet Tahion and Shemshak Lodge. The Dou du Midi is certainly one of the most difficult and best slopes in the Three Valleys.
Tip: Make sure you spot the steep climb up the trail which almost feels like a ski jump.
If you are used to visiting Courchevel 1850 you may have skied the Marquetty piste by accident, it is usually not a very busy piste. The northwest exposure means the snow is well protected from the sun, this trail is regularly groomed and is ideal for intermediate and advanced skiers who enjoy sculpting GS style turns.
Tip: meet in Nammos for an excellent après-ski at the end of the day.
If any of these runs is the one you know or want to explore, make sure you make the most of the excellent conditions in the Three Valleys this season. Contact us for last minute or next season deals so we can help you find the perfect accommodation.
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