There is a total of 90km of trails in Méribel, Courchevel and La Tania. Both classic and skating forms of the sport are accommodated, usually side by side.
Tracks are maintained for both the classic and skating styles, usually side by side on specially prepared pistes. These trails all operate on a one-way system (for obvious reason), are free to use and you can pick up a guide booklet and map from the tourist offices.
The pistes are maintained each night and walkers are requested not to use the marked trails across the whole of the Three Valleys.
Méribel has 33km of prepared cross country trails in its valley. The cross-country tracks are situated in two different areas, one at the Lac de Tueda in Mottaret and the other around the Altiport area of Méribel. With a variation of tracks ranging from green to red you can challenge yourself at ski de fond.
With slightly more gentle tracks, take the green trail which is 3km long and great for those just starting. tIt starts at the Plan Ravet car park or the Piou-Piou nursery school. Alternatively if you feel slightly more confident take the blue marked trail, which is 5km and starts from the same place.
In this area there is a short green circuit and a longer, steeper 5km long blue track, with an altitude climb of 110m that takes you through the forest and starts at Restaurant Le Blanchot. Alternatively if you are well practised in ski de fond try the red track which also starts at the Restaurant, however it is 10km long and has an altitude climb of 230m. Both of these tracks offer exceptional views and mountain scenery.
Starting in Méribel you also have to option to take longer cross country tracks to Courchevel or La Tania. Again starting off at Restaurant Le Blanchot you can take this red marked track and either continue straight to make your way to Courchevel (17km with a altitude climb of 150m), or take the left track to head to La Tania (16km with a 230m climb).