The highest cinema in Europe, Le Lac Blanc Cinema on Grande Rue, has Two showings per day, one at 5.30 pm and the other at 9 pm. On bad weather days, an extra show is added at 2.30 pm.
Bowling De Val Thorens (near the tourist office, Place de L’Arche), with 8 lanes & bumpers available for children. There is also a games room with billiard, pool and snooker tables as well as video games, table football and air hockey.
Sledging on the 6km long run (longest in France) which is accessible from the Funitel Peclet and starts at the bottom of the Glacier de Peclet. The run is open every day from 10:00 to 15:00 and on every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evening.
Centre Sportif De Val Thorens in Galerie Caron has the following indoor facilities for children; swimming pools, bouncy castles, trampolines, soft play ball pits, tennis, football, volleyball, squash courts, ping-pong tables, badminton courts, basketball courts
There are plenty of trails to keep keen walkers entertained, a detailed trail map is available for free at the Tourist Office. The team can also recommend trails further down the Belleville Valley (accessible using the valley shuttle bus service).
Guided snowmobile tours at 17.30 pm every evening with Val Tho Motoneige.
Classic & Jazz music concerts take place in the church every Tuesday at 18.30pm (free entry)