Reberty is probably not a name you know so well – hardly surprising as it only opened in 2000. But this relatively new resort in the 3 Valleys, the world’s largest ski region with 600km of slopes, is proving a big hit and growing quickly.
Located about a kilometre further up the road towards Val Thorens from the resort of Les Menuires, Reberty and the adjacent community of Bruyeres, have a lot going for them compared to the better-known resorts on the 3 Valleys circuit.
A key attraction for Reberty is that it’s high (1950 metres) and almost all properties offer doorstep skiing – so the top priorities for most skiers of season-long snow cover and instant, no-hassle, slope access are delivered. The resorts planners have also learned from earlier design mistakes of the twentieth century and gone for traditional wood-clad, chalet-style architecture. The accommodation here has also gained a reputation for offering great value compared to many of the bigger resorts in the 3 Valleys.