Wyciągi La Tania / Les 3...
- 15.12.2018 - 22.04.2019
- Godziny otwarcia
- 09:00 - 16:45
Stoki La Tania / Les 3...
- sehr leicht
- Freeride/ Trasy
- 119 km
Nowości La Tania / Les 3 Vallées
Les 3 Vallées guarantees the highest number of interconnected slopes in Europe open throughout the season. If another ski area offers a greater number of interconnected slopes, Les 3 Vallées promises to refund every unused day during the validity of your ski pass.
Ośrodek narciarski La Tania / Les 3 Vallées
Winter in La Tania: a beautiful resort......in the biggest skiing area in the world ! Last born of 'les 3 vallées' resorts, the biggest skiing area in the world, just between Courchevel and Meribel and on the fringes of La Vanoise national park, La Tania is situated at the ideal height of 1 400 m. Nestling between two hamlets, La Tania blends naturally into a well-preserved site with its 'no car' center. A family resort where you can ski right up, La Tania represents a perfect balance between its functional architecture and natural areas' preservation.La Tania have 38 new snow cannons to give more snow and more fun. Winter in La Tania is the guarantee of successfull holidays in family or with friends to ski on 600 kms of runs in 'Les 3 Vallées' domain.
Once Upon a Time...
...there was a hamlet halfway between Meribel and Courchevel, called La Tagna. It meant ?the bear?s dwelling? in local dialect, a reference to the bears that lived in the Tarentaise forest until the start of the 20th century. They then disappeared, no doubt hunted down by the inhabitants through fear.
At the end of the 1980?s, the La Perrière Council decided to create a ski resort near the hamlet. Jacques Labro, an architect of renowned talent (Silver medalist in 1968 for the resort of Avoriaz) worked hard to preserve this magical location by designing perfectly integrated wooden constructions.
On the 22nd December 1990, a new resort was opened, soon to be baptised La Tania. One year later, for the Winter Olympics in Albertville, La Tania was designated as an olympic village to host journalists and athletes.
Today, the youngest resort of the 3 Valleys consists of around 4 000 beds and has managed to retain its modest scale, in the heart of the world's largest ski area.