Regardless of your chosen snow sport Val Thorens won't disappoint. At an altitude of 2,300m it's Europe's highest resort and is typically snow-sure throughout the season. With a welcoming and cosmopolitan atmosphere, the purpose-built village is situated at the heart of the surrounding slopes. And because it's part of the Trois Vallées ski area, you also have easy access to the 600km runs there. Val Thorens has one of the longest winter seasons and a wealth of activities making it a firm favourite with visitors from across Europe.With 140km of runs within Val Thorens, great snow and long seasons it doesn't matter what level you are or what discipline you have chosen, this resort will entertain and challenge. With beginners' slopes surrounding the village centre and more demanding terrain further out, there's something for everyone in this fun, accessible resort. Val Thorens also boasts zones reserved for kids, a snow park, boarder cross course, slalom stadium and a 6km long bobsleigh track.There's a wide range of non-snow sports at Val Thorens, and for those who prefer to unwind more peacefully after a day on the slopes there are endless numbers of beauty and relaxation treatments available at the spas in town. The relaxed cosmopolitan atmosphere of Val Thorens lasts until late in the evening. The après ski here is friendly, varied and always lively. And the evenings in Val Thorens don't have to be centred around eating and drinking, the resort plays host to many classical and jazz concerts throughout the season and there are always night-time activities to be found on the slopes. So whatever your taste, you won't be disappointed at Val Thorens.