What’s New in Megève
Last season elevated Megève’s après scene with the opening of a new Folie Douce at the top of Mont Joux. If you enjoy dancing in your ski boots, be sure to visit!
Skiing in Megève
Elegant Medieval Resort
Originally a medieval town, Megève rivals other upmarket ski resorts for elegance and charm, not to mention a wide array of fine restaurants, chic boutiques and cafés.
Varied Ski Terrains
Megève consists of three main areas, Rochebrune, Mont d'Arbois & Le Jaillet which all boast a generous terrain suitable for all levels of skier.
Perhaps most noteworthy is the resorts huge amount of cruising blues and reds which offer scenic views and tree lined slopes. With a lot of the ski area below the treeline, intermediates particularly, can enjoy the extensive kilometers of slopes cutting trails through the forest.
Where to Après
As mentioned, Megève recently opened folie douche which is a prime spot for clubbing at altitude. In the resort centre, the après scene is less lively. The 5 Rues is a popular jazz/cocktail bar and there are a few nightclubs to choose from including Les Caves de Megeve and Palo Alto.
Where to Eat?
Pop into the tourist office which provides a handy restaurant guide to Megève. There are plenty of dining options on offer. A lot of hotels in resort include excellent restaurants. For world-class cuisine, Flocons de Sel is awarded 3 Michelins stars. For a more affordable option, Flocons villages is a local favourite for mountain bistro style food.
In Resort Activities
Megève is a ski resort with a host of exclusive boutiques and designer shops for those who enjoy a shopping trip. Other activities include:
• Dog sledding
• Helicopter rides
• Hot air ballooning