WEsayA great and affordable family based resort allowing skiing in the giant Trois Vallees, the largest ski area in the world.
Reberty is a small village above Les Menuires at 2000m. It is a collection of well-designed chalets along traditional lines and to high standards and is great for families and children.
Reberty has two restaurants, a ski school office, ski hire shop and a supermarket, everything needed for a hassle free family skiing holiday.
Neighbouring Les Menuires is only a short journey away with shuttle buses running throughout the season from Reberty to Les Menuires centre every 20mins. There are even more family friendly facilities in Les Menuires including an indoor swimming pool, sports centre and spa.
The ski area adjacent to Reberty has plenty of wide, open slopes, much of which is perfect for building beginners’ confidence. Going further afield intermediates will find it easy to access the blue and red runs of Val Thorens via the Etele chair lift. From the challenging blacks and the glacier in Val Thorens to the extensive off-piste throughout the Three Valleys, experts will keep busy and find virtually unlimited challenges. For boarders there is a snow park in Val Thorens and an extensive lift system offers access to the Three Valleys for never ending variety.
Après-ski activities here are focused on the sports centre in Les Menuires which has a pool, jacuzzi and sauna as well as facilities for squash, table tennis, basketball and much more. Although most visitors opt for Les Menuires because it is generally quieter than its larger neighbours, there is still enough decent nightlife to keep everyone entertained, with several bars and nightclubs. An alternative after-dark activity is nighttime tubing which takes place on two 200m pistes equipped with a moving carpet.
New for 2017/18
The resort is pledging to light up its original 1960s block-style buildings around La Croisette ‘to make them look more individual and more impressive’. This is the first stage in an eight-year plan to enhance the aesthetics of this part of the resort. A smart new Refuge Lac du Lou run by the local mountain guide association will open; as well as staying overnight, you’ll also be able to ski there off-piste for lunch. Snowmaking will be expanded with 39 new snow guns.
New for 2016/17
There's a new tobogganing area at the Croisette, with igloo, tunnel etc. Digital ski pass outlets outside the main ticket office will make it possible to buy lift passes 24 hours a day. A piste map specifically for beginners is available, including tailored itineraries.
New for 2015/16
A new blue run, Bouquetin, was created from the top of La Masse, making this high-point accessible to less confident intermediates. A fast quad (recycled from St-Martin, we hear) replaced the double chair going towards the main resort from Le Bettex, below it. New spa and pool facilitiesopened at Les Bruy�res.
- Efficient, fairly queue-free access to the huge Trois Vallees area A catalogue of slope-side accommodation, with road traffic well separated
- Reasonable prices by Trois Vallees standards
- Notable French atmosphere