Reviews about Val Thorens

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What do you think about Val Thorens?
Kalle74
27/01/2011
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Awesome ski resort! Snow proof with good slopes and off-piste. Val Thorens town is an effective ski resort with everything combined in one place, such as restaurants, business entertainment, accommodation and lifts are gathered.

freddel
27/10/2010
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Wonderful skiing, undoubtedly the best of the fifteen places I've been to in Europe. Big beautiful backs, gun fires, cruel apres ski and ski-in-ski out almost everywhere! Longing back!

Mullret
23/03/2010
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Been in VT many times, would think about 17 times or so. Reason = skiing.
The village is not particularly fun, but the skiing is perfect. Be here at week 6 and it was sunny all days except 1 day. If it's cloudy, you can sometimes go to the sun if you get up to 3000+ meters. With the system including Courchevel, the journey is in principle unlimited. Several slopes have 50% slope, but are well punched so there is no problem going in them. Tango is best to live if you want to
Have a nice meal, good jerk and good après ski. Now they also have WiFi so the office can be brought with you, sensible performance. Traveled with Langley many times, earlier there were sports trips that had tango.

The only downside is that if it blows in VT, it's sometimes damn cold, bring a lot of hats!
And there are 95% guys in the nightlife. Good if you are girl then :-) A mini hospital is located in the middle of the square, good if you are injured, Swedish health insurance card applies.

Will possibly be a trip to this year, though in April.

Kristina
Kristina (Guest)
05/08/2009
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Josses, is Tango still? Be in Val Thorens -86 and -93 and finally have the opportunity to go there again. A 4-5 grade! We had canyon weather that gave snowflakes in the mornings and the glorious sun the rest of the time. Could not get better skiing!
Will go again and have heard that it has become expensive, but you can live in any neighbor of the other villages, but do not know which one. Anyone who can tip a ring noise?

axelalzen
03/06/2009
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Really good skiing, lots of pillows usually. just pity that if it blows, or from other bad weather, they close all the lifts up to the tops, and transport liftra so you can not get away from it!

Dariddla
04/03/2009
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A SUPERstor ski resort or what to call it has not been here to go ... It's so bad and you can really get any kind of skiing. It's not a beautiful cozy little town, but it's so convenient, you go on the skis and go to the hill everywhere, and just planning afterskin, you can go back to the accommodation as well. A small nice offpiste from Tango's outdoor dining as end of the evening is recommended. It starts on the railing ... You who knew what I mean !!!

Helena
Helena (Guest)
11/02/2009
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Everything with Val Thorens is awesome .. Skiing, nightlife & company of course! After a long day in the hill, (for yes, you want to go until the lifts close in those slopes) you go to Tangos afterski, two drinks for one which is a cannon! Evening & Night then continues on the nightclub Malaysia which is underground in some way. Go to Val Thorens, clearly !! Never been so pleased with an alpresa.

Occy90
11/09/2008
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Have been in Val Thorens at least a week a year in the past 10 years and never cease to surprise,
If you can not find new offpiste scratches suitable for both boards and skis, you will find new extensions in the park, and not a new backing from time to time. Clearly worth all the transfer times, bus-flight car, everything is worth the effort once you get up the slopes and drive the first rink.

PS. Club Viking, located above the mall, is probably one of the best after-ski resorts in the village, and if you go out and jaw it's John's that applies (if you want some meat to chew)

Going this year too, hoping for a cruel season, have some thoughts and ideas on more BC stretches that I want to test so hope it's plenty of snow (as it usually is)

Vaalea
11/08/2008
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Spent 07/08 in Val Thorens with the girlfriend, which gave an experience one late forget.

The trip by bus went smoothly, although I recommend airplanes in the future if you do not have a portable DVD / PSP with a battery life. Once there, Recidence Trois Vallés (spelling is a little uncertain) is highly recommended. Cheap but with everything you might need and very close to the hill.
Spending the time down there as we did, with tour operator, Lion alpine can also be recommended. Nortland's accommodation was a bit off and a strenuous walk awaits if you want to get up to the village.
Aftershining is obviously spent on Tango with the wonderful live band that even managed to make me jump (a company that talks about how well they were). After that you should get a burger a let 660g to get really measured ..
Skiing was alright, a minor injury prevented some sick skiing, but the slopes definitely stop and the view in sunny weather is difficult.

Can highly recommend Val Thorens based on my own trip last winter. It feels in a way that it will be hard to beat that awakening this winter, but variation always gathers juh =)

Isabelle
Isabelle (Guest)
22/05/2008
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Have been to Val Thorens 2 times. Went with Lion one time and Langley others.
Bus with Lion, flight with Langley. Can recommend flights, much smoother and just 3 hours transfer from Grenoble.
Stayed at Les Temples du Soleil both times. Simple apartment hotel in the middle of the hill. Be very satisfied.
As many have said before, Tango is well after-ski and Malaysia has grabbed the evenings.
The skiing is unprofitable !!! Never seen like before, I'm a pretty berth skier. On a total of 12 intense skiing days, I have probably not even seen 1/3 of what the 3 valleys have to offer. I'll be back many more times.
Should you go skiing soon, choose Val Thores.