Cheap Shaw Florabundance – If you’re planning a winter holiday at one of the many luxury skiing chalets in Meribel, you’re probably already compiling a list of all the fun things you’ll do. But remember, Meribel isn’t only great for skiing; there are lots of other interesting activities that you can try out as well.
If you like hiking or trekking, then Meribel has much to offer you. Situated in the heart of the Three Valleys skiing district, Meribel Valley has hundreds of kilometres of marked walking trails with picturesque views. The paths are cleared after every snowfall so you won’t require any special equipment to explore the world awaiting you beyond the doors of Meribel’s luxury skiing chalets. Beyond its three villages – Meribel Centre, Meribel Mottaret and Meribel Village - you can visit the stunning Tueda Nature Reserve, a showcase of the natural, pristine beauty of the Alps. There are verdant meadows and a forest to trek, plus there’s a scenic lake just at the head of the valley. Skiing development is forbidden here, so you won’t find any pistes or lifts. Meribel Valley has some 20 walking trails for hikers of all levels, so there’s something for everyone including children. At the end of the day, you can head to a cosy mountain restaurant to have a warming meal.
If you’re looking for some exhilarating fun outside Meribel’s luxury skiing chalets, head down to the Olympic Ice Skating rink. Challenge your friends and family to a race as you speed and spin around in karts with studded tyres and super thick bumpers. The fun is in the fact that you’re karting on ice, so turning corners won’t be as simple when you’re going fast! You’ll have to learn your techniques on the hop but safety gear is mandatory when karting. Anyone over 10 years old can take part.