Home to the 1992 Savoie Olympics, the Brides les Bains ski resort is a fine place to holiday as it has a wide assortment of slopes for every ski level and plenty of après ski activities at the end of the day.
Found in the Trois Vallees ski area, the Brides les Bains ski resort is one of the largest ski resorts in France and hosts a wide arrange of options in the nearby village of Meribel. It is easiest reached by air with six airports within two hours of the Brides les Bains ski resort and the Chambery Airport and Grenoble Airport a simple hour drive away in good weather.
On the slopes
With over 600km of pistes there are plenty of slopes for every ski level with nine aimed directly at experts, 59 slopes for intermediate skiers and eight slopes for beginners. With a high max vertical of 2600m, the highest altitude lift at 3200m most of the snow cover is naturally all year round, but there are snow cannons at the Brides les Bains ski resort in case the natural snow needs to be augmented.
With 196 ski lifts throughout the slopes there is also easy accessibility. Snowboarders also enjoy the area due to a halfpipe and a terrain park as well as plenty of open pistes that can be utilized for the sport.
If you ski Brides les Bains you are also in the ski region of Trois Vallées .
Off the slopes
The après ski in the Brides les Bains area is quiet with just a few hotel bars, two discotheques, and a cinema. However, those wishing for more après ski activities can head up into the nearby village of Meribel and enjoy the casino and plenty of concerts and additional bars and dance clubs. The ski area also offers cross country trails and tobogganing as well as sleigh rides.