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Ski Adventures in France’s Three Valleys


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France’s Three Ski Valleys

France is one of the most visited countries in the world. It is a sovereign state with a rich culture, history, and incredible tourism. It encompasses medieval cities, high-altitude villages, and beautiful Mediterranean beaches which attract thousands of tourists from around the globe. France is home so tome of the world’s top fashion designers, where hundreds of fashion shows are held every year, classical art museums including the Louvre and famous monuments like the Eiffel Tower (also known as the Symbol of Love).
 
In this article, we will focus on the Ski area known as the Three Valleys and discuss the best things to see and do in this amazing area of the French Alps. The whole area of the Three Valleys runs from Courchevel to Orelle in the French Alps, and offers eight linked ski resorts which collectively create the largest ski area in the world. For winter sports, these resorts are well-known around the world. With some 600 km of wonderful runs, you can ski or snowboard all week and not cover the same terrain twice. Isn’t it amazing? If you are planning a ski trip this winter, take a look at some of the crazy adventure travel we have described below:

Art at the Summit, Courchevel

France Courchevel Mountain
If you are a history lover, you’ll want to see some of the finest work of sculptures and arts, Art at the Summit take place every year in the Courchevel. Throughout the whole season, you can find the incredible the contemporary Persia sculptor Richard Orlinkski’s amazing red king Kong beating his chest, taking a chair lift and scrolling from the top of it, you will find this mesmerizing and worth spending money on your France trip.
 
Check out the site and you will be thrilled: www.Courchevel.com

Fahrenheit 7, Courchevel 1650

Many tourists find these snow-covered peaks very appealing. Fahrenheit has an extensive terrace in the Courchevel 1650 where you can soak up some sunshine by launching a deck chair. Drinking beer in the sky creeper mountains is a must thing to do.

The Tyrolienne, Val Thorens

Ride the thrilling Tyrolienne with the stretch of 4,200ft/1300m long zip line from the Val Thorens to the beautiful Orelle, getting the speed of the 65mph/105km per hour. The panoramic views of the landscape below 750km will blow your mind how beautiful. In the three valleys, these spots will let you enjoy your whole trip, and you will feel lucky to experience a whole new journey of three valleys.

Aquamotion, Courchevel 1650

Aquamotion is one mind-boggling place where you can actually surf in the majestic Alps, outdoor pools with snowflakes falling on your fence, isn’t that a dream vacation spot? You can do indoor surfing and wall climbing too. There is also fitness classes available in the spa where you can relax after a hard day of the skiing. If you are visiting with your family, you can go to the swimming pool which was designed efficiently, keeping in mind the ease and safety of children. For adults, there are a variety of floats and plenty of inflatables too. Adults can go for a relaxing time in the Jacuzzi, steam rooms or go for a rejuvenating massage at a nearby spa.

Hot Air Ballooning, Courchevel 1850

France Hot Air Ballooning

Carrying five to six people in one basket, you can climb the sky by enjoying the hot air balloon from the Courchevel Antiport. Passing through the Mont Blanc and the Vanoise National Park, which is also the first national park in France. If you are up for enjoying a beautiful sunrise, every hot air balloon begins their journey in the early morning when the air is still. The ride duration and time totally depends upon the weather and time of the year. Ballooning tradition is to bring a bottle of Champagne. It may be early, but it’s never too early for a toast! Enjoy the amazing flight in the blue skies.

Azimut, La Praz

When it’s dinner time in the mountains, you will get to enjoy the food and fine dining at the Azimut La Praz. You will be served with dishes especially cooked by Chef Francois Moureaux. With the worldwide recognition off earning a Michelin Star for his cooking at the Azimut, you will taste the precision and his skills in every delicious dish. The environment of the restaurant is welcoming and warm. You will feel like you are an honorable guest at the incredible Moureaux’s stylish villa.

DC Snow Park, Meribel

From the three valleys, the highest and most beautifully equipped one is the DC Snow park in the Maribel where snowboarders and skiers can be seen, working on their moves and style of skiing and snowboarding. If you are a beginning skier, it is recommended that you consider booking a ski instructor for a lesson while you learn to ski. You will enjoy this amazing adventurous activity and worth every penny you spend.

Moriond Racing, Courchevel 1650 & Danses Courchevel, Courchevel 1850

This is the 3km sledding track in the Courchevel 1650, the whole track with the name of Moriond race track. Turning through the forests and then back to the Courchevel 1650 after a long slideway. Tobogganing is an easy way for riders. All the riders are provided with a helmet and a plastic sled with the verbal instructions about steering and braking.
 
Dance! In the valley of Dance Courchevel, the festival of dance attracts thousands of visitors to take part in the 130 workshops taught by the 25 world’s most experienced instructors.

Conclusion

France’s three valleys are truly a blessed spot on the planet for tourists. Nature, adventure, and breathtaking views, everything is their one can imagine. The adventurous activities can transform your journey into an incredible expedition. Plan your trip to these amazing three valleys and create memories with your loved ones. Besides these three valleys, you can also visit the Eiffel Tower, Carcassonne, the palace of Versailles, the gigantic Mont Saint-Michel, Arc De Triomphe, the wonderful borders of Normandy in Northern France and 51 rue de Montmorency, entitled as the oldest building of France.

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Ahsan Ali

Ahsan Ali

Travel Blogger

Ahsan Ali is the founder of Travelistia.com, a creative writer and social media marketer. He has been developing great content for various niches from travel to fashion industries. He’d love to travel to different destinations and like to make new friends.

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