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St-Martin de Belleville

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Saint Martin de Belleville and its ski domain

Prices and Opening season 2021-2022

Opening and closing:

Opening of the ski area on December 11th, 2021
Closing of the ski area on April 15th, 2022

Ski passes for the 2021- 2022 season:

From 04/12 to 10/12 :                                                  

  • 1 day: Adult (13-65 years old) : 43.20€ | Child (5-13 years old) : 34.50€ | Senior (65-75 years old) : 38.80€                         
  • 6 days: Adult: 213.60€ | Child: 170.80€ | Senior: 192.20€

From 11/12 to 17/12:

  • 1 day: Adult (13-65 years old) : 48.60€ | Child (5-13 years old) : 38.80€ | Senior (65-75 years old) : 43.70€  
  • 6 days: Adult: 240.30€ | Child: 192.20€ | Senior: 216.20€

From 18/12 to 15/04:

  • 1 day: Adult (13-65 years old) : 54€ | Child (5-13 years old) : 43.20€ | Senior (65-75 years old) : 48.60€              
  • 6 days: Adult: 267€ | Child: 213.60€ | Senior: 240.30€

From 16/04 to 22/04:

  • 1 day: Adult (13-65 years old) : 48.60€ | Child (5-13 years old) : 38.80€ | Senior (65-75 years old) : 43.70€  
  • 6 days: Adult: 240.30€ | Child: 192.20€ | Senior: 216.20€

Skiing in Saint Martin de Belleville

The ski resort

Saint-Martin de Belleville is an authentic and traditional village belonging to the largest ski area in the world: Les 3 Vallées (3 Valleys). An internationally renowned ski area with 600 km of slopes, for all levels and equipped with the best equipment.

Saint-Martin de Belleville, an authentic village on a human scale, where reigns calm and serenity, while being connected to the largest ski area in the world.

Located at an altitude of 1450m, the snow is guaranteed from the opening of the station, thanks to the snow guns, if necessary. 160km of slopes suitable for all: expert skiers or beginners, Saint-Martin de Belleville offers you perfectly maintained slopes, with quality damage.

Connected to Les Menuires, you can also ski on the slopes of Meribel and Courchevel.

The snow

Saint-Martin de Belleville, is located at 1450m altitude in the village and culminates at 2400m at the summit. This offers a guarantee of snow from the first day of opening of the resort. However, in case of low natural snow, the resort is equipped with snow cannons that operate even at temperatures oscillating between 0 ° C and 3 ° C. Access to the ski-in ski-out station is therefore assured throughout the season.

Ski Lifts

Saint-Martin de Belleville is closely connected to Les Ménuires resort, reachable by taking a few ski lifts. Together, they count 34 ski lifts :

  • 8 gondolas
  • 13 chairlifts
  • 6 TK
  • 7 moving carpets

You can also access the different resorts of the 3 Valleys counting, totally, more than 160 lifts.

The 3 Valleys ski area


The largest ski area in the world: The 3 Valleys. It connects the resorts of Courchevel, La Tania, Meribel, Brides-les-Bains, Les Menuires, Saint-Martin de Belleville, Val Thorens and Orelle.

Whether you are a beginner, an intermediate or an expert skier, you will find your happiness on some of the 328 slopes (600km descent) of the 3 Valleys.

With 53 green slopes, 140 blue slopes, 112 red slopes and 34 black slopes, you can move freely on the largest ski area: 11 links allow everyone to go wherever they want. Only one ski pass includes the entire domain: be free and discover other horizons!

Plan Domaine Skiable Les Menuires Saint-Martin de Belleville
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