Please c ontact Ski Hame for details. A six day full Three Valleys pass is required for this course and will be delivered to the chalet if you take advantage of our pre booking service. Please contact Ski Hame if you would like to add this to your lift pass order. Equipment hire We have negotiated great rates with our preferred rental shop if you need to hire ski equipment. Contact Ski Hame directly for prices as they vary depending on the level of ski equipment you require. Minimum Numbers Should the holiday have only one person booked on it we will run the course as an extended private session consisting of three 3 hour mornings, with two people five 3 hour mornings, with three people we will run five half days, and with four or more the scheduled course hours will apply.
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The slopes below Tougnete are shaded from the ever-warmer sunshine of late February, so they generally stay in good condition especially in an epic season like this. Also from the top of Tougnete you can access one of my favourite reds, the long, undulating Jerusalem which takes you away from Meribel down to St Martin de Belleville. Centre of the universe And here we come to an important point; Meribel is the middle valley of the Three Valleys and as such it makes complete sense to buy a lift pass for the entire area.
So why not begin your explorations by taking the Loze chair up to Col de la Loze for the consistently steep and rarely too busy Dou des Lanches black down towards La Tania , from where you can easily connect to Courchevel; or if easy, cruisy blues are your thing here are plenty of fun options from Mont de la Chambre, 3 Marches, Mont de la Challe, Tougnete and Cherferie down to Les Menuires and Saint Martin — try Grand Lac from 3 Marches which connects with Gros Tougne down to Les Menuires or Pelozet down to Saint Martin — both are easy-peasy but go on forever and offer lovely mountain panoramas.
This is also a good spot for mixed ability groups, since there are some fine nursery slopes in the Altiport and adjacent Rhodos and Rond Point areas, plus a decent choice of mountain restaurants. The steeper terrain and trees higher up will provide plenty of interest for more accomplished skiers. World Cup here we come Finally, of course, you can hardly visit the home of a World Cup race and not take on the course yourself — well, some of it at least.
Which brings me to one last point; another fine feature of Meribel that often slips under the radar is the marvellous mountain scenery. On Grand Duc, for instance, you can see all the way to the Mont Blanc massif, which almost seems within touching distance on a clear day.
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