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Day trip to Valmorel- advice

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Thinking of driving over for a day from 3V later this week. Looking at the map, it looks like Valmorel itself is the best base to head for. Which pistes are faves, where should we avoid, and where would you recommend for lunch?
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
I loved Valmorel when the kids were young.
Are you resident in the 3V or on holiday there?
If I was on hols there I wouldn't waste a day for a trip to Valmorel in all honesty, but go to one of the outlying areas or next valley in the 3Vs.
But the village of Valmorel is charming, with some good restaurants in the village - Le Petit Prince - but I always found the mountain offerings there a bit underwhelming although the drive from 3V is easy enough. Piste wise, just go up to the highest point on Morel and ski down to Creve Couer prior to lunch taking in a few detours.
Sorry if Ive taught you to suck eggs but the 3V still holds bits I haven't touched after many trips particularly the Les Mens/St Martin side
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