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Val Thorens

Val Thorens takes the prize as the highest ski resort in Europe and as a result, it often has the best snow of the Three Valleys. The ski resort is at 2,300m and is one of the few stations that can almost definitely guarantee snow for both Christmas and Easter.

Whilst Val Thorens is a purpose-built ski resort it has managed to keep its charm and is more architecturally beautiful than its rival resorts. Being in the Three Valleys ski area means that you have easy access to the surrounding resorts such as Méribel and Courchevel

The skiing in Val Thorens is fantastic with great snow and plenty of runs. As its high up most properties are ski-in ski-out. Val Thorens is a suitable ski resort for the beginning and end of season and those looking for convenience.

British ski instructors who are enthusiastic and passionate about snowsports and are the driving force behind BASS Val Thorens. BASS instructors all hold the highest qualifications and have excellent communications skills with all ski lessons in English. They will create a truly fabulous learning experience for you. We offer private ski lessons in VT which are still the best way to improve and you can book as few or as many as you like. It is not surprising that our team of ski instructors are very popular and booking early is highly recommended. Contact us

Private Lessons... A 1 to 1 lesson is still the best way to improve your skiing. Individuals or  small groups will benefit from the individual attention. Our experienced and motivated instructors will tailor the sessions to meet your learning needs. Contact us

Private Groups... BASS provide private instructors & Guides for groups of up to 6 for tuition & up to 8 for guiding. As long as you are all a similar level, groups are a fun and sociable way to enjoy the mountains, improve your skills & save on the cost.

£78 Off Peak. £86 Peak & Mornings Contact us

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Where BASS meet in Val Thorens

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