As a resort founded in 1938 by Peter Lindsay, Méribel is one of a few resorts with a mandate to maintain traditional chalet-style accommodation. Although developing into a popular ski destination, the resort of Méribel has maintained its charm and authentic routes, with buildings and architecture created out of stone and wood – just as they would have been throughout the decades, making it one of the most breathtaking resorts in France.

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More About Méribel

The unique resort of Méribel offers one of the most authentic ski experiences in the French Alps. Breathtaking scenery is complimented by the rich charm of the village. Those who visit Méribel agree that the fusion between new and old makes for a beautiful experience no matter how you spend your time in the resort. With a peaceful, charming atmosphere, Méribel is a fantastic destination for families and couples who still seek the excitement of world-class skiing.

As the most connected resort in the Trois Vallees ski area, Méribel has plenty to offer when it comes to skiing and snowboarding. It makes the ideal area to progress from beginner to intermediate slopes, with a fantastic selection of red and blue slopes. Méribel features two terrain parks and also handiski and night skiing routes. Modern lift infrastructure allows for fast access to all of the routes and ensures a stress-free experience when you’re on the slopes.

As summer arrives in Méribel the melting snow reveals hundreds of kilometres of hiking and mountain biking trails – all of which offer fantastic views of the surrounding valleys and mountains. The resort also features its own 18-hole golf course that descends almost 1000ft through the forest hills below Dent de Bergin.

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