Winter In Méribel

Hibernation is definitely not a top Méribel winter activity. Aside from skiing and snowboarding you can enjoy a huge variety of things to do to keep you entertained both on and off the slopes.

Glide past pristine peaks: Looking for an alternative to a day on the slopes? Cross-country skiing in Méribel is the perfect way to get exercise while enjoying the great outdoors. Whatever your ability, our scenic trails accommodate all levels of ambitions and enthusiasm.

PS: If cross-country skiing isn’t quite your thing, discover Méribel awe-inspiring scenery scenery by snowshoe.

Strap on snowshoes: Snowshoeing in Méribel is a fun winter activity that requires no special skills and can be enjoyed at any pace and any age. If you can walk, then you will be able to snowshoe and head out to into the snow covered forest and experience the true beauty of winter.

Go snow walking: If you feel the need to stretch your legs, snow walking/winter hiking in Méribel offer many wonderful surprises like better views (since leaves are off the trees), few fellow hikers, no bugs, brilliant skies with clear distant views on many days and cool temperatures.

Float over the snow on two wheels: Fat biking is all the rage in Méribel in winter. The thrill of riding a mountain bike with extra wide rims and chubby wheels, makes snow biking a fun outing for adventure seekers who want to experience something a little bit different.

Hop on a snowmobile: Méribel has great snow conditions for snowmobiling. You can take a guided tour into the pristine backcountry to rev your engines in the snow. It’s a great way to explore the wilderness while having a bit of a thrill ride.

Mush! Gee! Haw!: Méribel dog sledding is truly an experience like no other. Race across the snow covered landscape forests pulled by a team of exuberant sled dogs. Sit back and enjoy the ride in the hands of an expert guide or mush your own team for an added thrill.

Glide gracefully, or otherwise…: Ice skating in Méribel is the perfect family activity. Whether your ice skating skills are jaw-droppingly magnificent or utterly non-existent, you’ll sure have a good time twirling around on the Méribel ice rink. So strap on the blades and get ready to hit the slick stuff.

Soak out the day’s kinks and get ready to hit the mountain again tomorrow: Every Méribel ski holiday requires a little water time to loosen up the joints. After a big day on the slopes, head back to your hotel/ski chalet and take a dip in the heated indoor/outdoor pool, or take a leisurely soak in the hot tub. You can also swim and jacuzzi at the Méribel olympic park for a day fee.

Welcome to après: Ahh, après-ski in Méribel, a time to celebrate your day in the mountains, a time to refuel, refresh, and most importantly reconnect with your fellow humans. So put your skis aside, park your fat bike, hang up your blades and toast your weary hiking feet with a cold beverage…or two.

And mamy many more fun winter activities that will make your heart beat ten to the dozen…on and off the slopes.

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