One of the major Three Valleys resorts, Méribel is a prime spot for a group skiing holiday. You'll discover over 600km of ski runs up for grabs across the wider ski area, plus plenty to see, do and drink when you're off the slopes, too.
Work out which of the runs you want to race down the most using our Méribel piste map below. We've also given you a link to the resort's FATMAP for all your off-piste exploits, in addition to adding our top dining and drinking destinations across all three of the resort's main villages into our map of Méribel.
Whether you're a newbie to the slopes or a powder hound with plenty of prior ski trips under your belt, you'll find an almost endless number of epic runs to tackle on our Méribel piste map below. We've also sorted you out with a ski map of the wider Three Valleys area in case you fancy going a bit further afield.
For all the best off-piste routes in the region, check out our FATMAP of Méribel. It's a 3D interactive map which crowdsources off-piste routes from past skiers and maps it all out in one easy-to-reach place.
As well as showing you exactly where to ski, you'll be able to view ratings for each route and see info on safety levels, average snow conditions and possible avalanche risks. Sticking to the marked pistes? FATMAP also shows you live piste stats and lift statuses in and around Méribel.
What's more, you'll be able to track your own movements when you're going off-piste and store them to share with your friends and fellow skiers.
Méribel ski holidays aren't solely about the snow and the slopes. Discover all the top places to keep yourself sated and entertained using our Google map of Méribel below. We've pinpointed all our favourite bars and restaurants in the resort, as well as where you should go to pick up things like ski gear and lift passes. Know a venue that's worthy of a mention? Let us know!
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The Méribel valley is situated at the centre of the Three Valleys, between Courchevel on one side and Val Thorens and Les Menuires on the other side. A standard local area lift pass will cover you in Méribel and Mottaret, which is plenty for beginner and intermediate skiers. For more advanced skiers, it's definitely worth upgrading to the Three Valleys pass (either for a day or the whole week) to access all of the world's largest ski area.
SSelecting slopes to suit your abilities is made easy thanks to our Méribel piste maps. Those keen to try off-piste skiing will also be in their element as the area is known for its awesome backcountry ski routes, many of which can be tackled on your own if you have the right Méribel map.
Prefer a guide? We're more than happy to organise one for all your off-piste adventures. Always make sure your insurance covers you for off-piste skiing and take local advice before venturing off.