Ski resort ratings for La Tania compared to all other ski resorts. Based on 80 reviews.
|Overall 71||Skiing 78||Skiregion 84|
|6.2 6.9||7.8 7.6||8.6 7.7||7.9 7.1||7.2 7.0|
|7.6 7.6||8.0 7.8||6.5 6.7||7.8 7.7||6.8 7.0|
|Variety slopes||Snowparks||Crosscountry||Slope preparation||Slope orientation|
|7.8 7.1||8.0 7.3||4.0 7.5|
La Tania is the perfect place to access the 3V yet without the Russian prices. There are now a few bars, restaurants, and enough shops. La Tania is a very friendly place. Big Bonus is the free bus to catch if you want to spend time wandering around Courchevel for a change or a different night out. Always spend happy hour in The Ski Lodge straight after skiing as they often have live bands on with beer at reasonable prices.
Review by Julie Stewart from London on Tuesday Jan 26th. Visited La Tania in january 2010 as friends
Great little friendly resort for families with easy access to the 3 Valleys. Stayed in a nice slope-side chalet operated by Snowline in third week of February - great weather, great skiing, great food, great chalet hosts and co guests. Would highly recommend this resort to skiers who don't want to (or no longer have the energy) spend all night in night clubs and bars. The kids love the place with no cars in the resort, and relaxed atmosphere. Magic in Motion Ski School good and English speaking.
Review by Emilly Silva from Dublin on Sunday Nov 9th. Visited La Tania in february 2008 as family
We stayed in La Tania over New Year (29 Dec - 6 Jan 2008) as a group of four families, our first time in the 3 Valleys after skiing in Switzerland. With mixed ages from 7 to nearly 50 and mixed abilities, we found La Tania to be a really good base and had an excellent week. Beforehand we'd been slightly worried that the single gondola out might be too much of a bottleneck, this was absolutely not the case and it lifted the crowds to the slopes with great efficiency. Enjoyed skiing throughout Courchevel valley and found very little need to venture into Meribel. It is especially worth making it over to 1650 at times for the good mix of red slopes there. La Tania did not seem to have a raging n
Review by Claire from Praha on Monday Feb 18th. Visited La Tania in january 2008 as group
Our trip to La Tania in January 2008 was our first to the Three Valleys and it may have been the superb skiing conditions, but it does make you wonder why anyone would want to go anywhere else. We stayed in a brilliant chalet (Phillipine) just up the hill from the village, courtesy of alpine-charms. La Tania itself is much smaller than nearby Courchevel and Meribel, (but much the better for that) and at the same time has all the facilities you would want including bars and good restaurants. The runs back to the village range from a challenging black, to a gentle tree lined green, so all tastes and skills are catered for. The Three Valleys is such a vast area that I would advise the less adve
Review by Anna from Copenhagen on Friday Feb 1st. Visited La Tania in january 2008 as couple
Have skied at La Tania on two occasions. The last was New Year 2006/2007 when the snow was supposed to be awful according to all the reports. I have to say the snow making facillaties made up for the lack of snow and the sheer variety of runs in the Trois Vallees meant that we had a superb week with generally good skiing. On the downside, if you want to explore the whole area, La Tania is a little bit out on a limb. Coming back from Val Thorens/Les Menuires can be a bit of a rush (although there is a bus service from Meribel at New Year) as you have to go into Meribel and then along the valley to get up to the Col de la Loze. Also the blue run back to resort can get icy and crowded at the en
Review by Vicky Kenwood from London on Monday Nov 12th. Visited La Tania in january 2007 as couple