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St Martin De Belleville Ski Resort and Ski Holidays

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St Martin De Belleville   Resort Information
Season Dec - Mid April
Nearest Airport Grenoble,Geneva,Chambery and Lyon
Ski Area 125km or 600km inc 3 Valleys
Ski Lifts 36
Ski Runs 66
Longest Run 6km
Resort Height 1450m
Snowball Ratings
Beginners 4 / 5
Intermediates 4.5 / 5
Experts 4 / 5
Families 4 / 5
Nightlife 3.5 / 5
Affordability 4 / 5
Non Ski Activities 4 / 5

St Martin de Belleville is a charming, picture-postcard ski village, which is part of the extensive Three Valleys ski area.The old church in the centre of the village adds to its beauty and this is an ideal resort for all levels of skiers or boarders, especially families and those who want to sample the superb skiing of the Three Valleys without the high costs and bustle of the more well known Meribel and Courchevel. St Martin de Belleville is an excellent village for families and keen skiers alike, combining traditional alpine charm, with the fantastic skiing offered by the 600 km of pistes in the Three Valleys ski area, as well as easy access to the third valley and high altitude skiing in Val Thorens. This combination makes St Martin de Belleville a great base for winter ski holidays and welcome on the wallet or purse.

In St Martin de Belleville there is an 8 person telecabine which whisks skiers up to the pistes of the Three Valleys ski area in a matter of minutes. The area and neighbouring Les Menuires benefit from excellent natural snow coverage, which is supplemented with 400 snow canons to ensure that the pistes remain in fantastic condition.St Martin de Belleville is part of three ski areas: The Menuires/Martin ski area, the Belleville valley ski area and, of course, the extensive Three Valleys ski area.

 

Menuires/Martin ski area

160 km of pistes, 36 ski lifts on their own. A varied ski area, suitable for all levels of enthusiast with beginner slopes nearer to the resorts, and more challenging skiing further from the resorts. This ski area has 6 green runs for complete beginners; 31 blue runs for intermediates; 29 red runs for high intermediates; and 7 black runs for advanced skiers and snowboarders. This area has guaranteed exceptional quality snow thanks to its altitude and the artificial snow system.

Belleville Valley Ski area: The Third Valley

300 km of pistes, 66 ski lifts. This ski area offers access to the vast, high altitude skiing of Val Thorens and its glacier - the summit of the 3 Vallées. This area has 14 green runs for beginners; 57 blue runs for intermediates; 55 red runs for advanced intermediates; and 15 black runs for advanced skiers and snowboarders.

Three Valleys ski areas: Les Trois Vallees

 

600 km of pistes, 200 ski lifts. World famous ski area, renowned for its size and the variety of its ski slopes. The Trois Vallees is a compilation of St Martin, Les Menuires, La Tania, Courchevel, Meribel and Val Thorens. In the Three Valleys ski area there are 52 green runs for beginners; 128 blue runs for intermediates; 123 red runs for advanced intermediates and 33 black runs for advanced skiers and boarders.Just about enough to keep you going for a season!!!

 

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