Reviews about Val Thorens

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mawi
27/09/2001
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I agree with the song of praise ... incredibly easy-accessible off piste not overlooked 30 seconds after the pistons opened like in some places (read: chamonix): everything from just next to the pist: one to go 20 meters and get a brand new quilt to track in ...

Jonas Andersson
Jonas Andersson (Guest)
09/06/2001
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Where in Val Thorens V5 01, everyone is so positive, were some things I'm looking forward to, all the talk about the cime you caron I once went, was a devious queue all the time to that cabin, every just a yard since it cursed the ski school that goes ahead of the queue, I went in low season and thought it was long lift queues, how the fan is then in March and April, is it queue from cime du caron to tango? I think that the ride in meribell was better kept me there all week even though I lived in Val Thorens, but banned, I will probably choose Thorens next year, too, there are positive things too

Björn
Björn (Guest)
20/02/2001
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Me and three friends were in Val Thoréns v 7 and the weather was absolutely wonderful. Unfortunately, maybe it was a bit too hot because the snow was missing in some places. According to a mountain guide I talked to, they had very little snow for the season. And it was as hot as they usually have in May! But I do not think you can complain about it.

Very good backs and plenty of choice. A downside may be the sign of how difficult the slopes are, which can be frustrating for a little insecure rider. For example. can a red back suddenly turn out to be very black! And that the pistons are quite bad.

Nightlife could have been better. Aftershine was pretty good, but when you went out later in the evening it was quite sad. Underground and El Gringo's Café were two places that were chanted.

Henrik
Henrik (Guest)
21/01/2001
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I was in Val Thoréns during week 2. Better skiing can be found. We got a day down there who strikes most in skiing. It snowed about 50 cm during the night and splashed up and became a sunday late. We took the Mount Vallon lift up and went partly in the piste and offpiste. Became the best skiing I've ever had.


Out of life, nothing is wrong either. 2 places were good. Underground and El Gringo. Even after skin is good. But that could have been better.

Mr solomo
Mr solomo (Guest)
08/12/2000
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What's the cash with ValThorens ??

The village could be a bit cozy. Try a relaxing afterski on Fitz Roy! Saso. 2001 will be loaded with sun and snow !!

You who have not been here go here and get a real bell ski holiday!

Anders Uhlin
Anders Uhlin (Guest)
24/11/2000
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Cruel pistoling but unfortunately it was snowing a little while I was there. If there was more snow, the offpiste possibilities would have been very good. However, it is a popular ski resort so you may be up early one day after snowfall. The lifts are very fast and comfortable, a good detail as there are a lot of people in the resort.

jakan
jakan (Guest)
23/11/2000
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Were in choice thorans last spring. sun all week and nice skiing, could not be better! The nightlife was terribly good and I will be guaranteed back.

Jacob
Jacob (Guest)
16/11/2000
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The area is actually called the "Three Valleys" and is considered to be one of the world's largest ski areas. The area is so big that you could certainly go for a whole week without having to go back twice. Because the area is built together, it does not matter whether you live in Val Thoréns, Meribel or Mottaret. If you have traveled to the "Three Valleys" then there is a must, and it is to try a hill called Campagnol and descend from Mount Vallon. It is ranked as one of the top three in the world and has literally everything. In addition, the road takes twice as much as the lift up and it is not directly spoiled by the Swedish mountains. Another tip is to take the back of Cime de Caron down, which if you are lucky you can give a great long and good cushion, but beware of avalanches.

mackan
mackan (Guest)
15/08/2000
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Be in the torrential to Easter, even as late as the end of April the snow was absolutely amazing! The village was not so nice but what does it do when skiing and nightlife can not be much better !!

Maria
Maria (Guest)
24/03/2000
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Be in Val Thorens v.9. There is simply perfect! Sunshine snow and an hour of cool nightlife. Off-piste in lots of wonderful powder snow. The shops were not too bad either. Have never been in a better place! Everything worked and the after ski place Ski Rock cafe is to be recommended. There it's service and atmosphere! I will of course go to Val Thorens next year again ....