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courchevel resort informationcourchevel ski areacourchevel ski accommodationcourchevel price guidecourchevel webcamscourchevel resort reviewsresort weather
winter season
06/12/03 to 25/04/04
summer season
30/06/03 to 28/08/03
resort height
highest lift
snow range
6,102 - 10,989 ft
snow probability
transfer times
Chambery 2.5hrs 
Geneva 3.5hrs
Lyons 3.5hrs


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Courchevel has the reputation as the world's best ski resort.

This renowned resort in the French Alps takes full advantage of its exceptional natural environment, providing intense satisfaction to winter-sport enthusiasts with downhill skiing, snowboarding, back-country ski touring, climbing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, hiking, and more... Courchevel's ski area, as an integral part of the greater 3 Valleys ski domain, is a wonderfully unique playground.   

Tucked into the heart of the world's biggest ski area—the 3 Valleys, which also comprises the resorts of Val Thorens, Les Menuires, Méribel, La Tania and Bride-les-Bains—Courchevel is a bona fide natural park, with conifer forests climbing to an elevation of 2000m, vast expanses of powder as far as the eye can see, and sumptuously long descents such as that of La Saulire from 2738m, or the Aiguille du Fruit from 3051m, both challenging slopes that flare out into untamed bowls...

The breadth of the ski area and the diversity of its natural landscapes supply skiers with endless discoveries and continuous delight. 

Wide slopes and slim couloirs, some of which carve through wooded mountainsides, endlessly long runs, snowy valleys, seemingly infinite vertical...

Without a doubt, Courchevel is blessed by its exceptional natural setting.

good points bad points
  • big vertical drop
  • long cruising runs
  • tree level skiing
  • resort level snow (1850)
  • gourmet snow
  • luxury accommodation (1850)
  • skiing convenience
  • large ski area
  • varied off-piste skiing
  • fragmented resort
  • high prices
  • crowded pistes at peak times

aprés ski

wide selection of bars and restaurants in all villages, especially in 1850. Try Gringo's, TJ's, Kalico bar, Bar Le Jump


Ice skating * cinema * ice climbing * bowling * tobogganing * skidooing * hang-gliding * snow-rafting

eating out

3 course set menu approx 27 * local fondues with wine & dessert  €34 * crepes €6 * for french cuisine, try Le Bateau Ivre or Le Chabichou. Le Kalico for pizzas, Le Tremplin for crepes

other amenities



ski school for those 6-12 years. kindergarten for those from 3 years
tourist office 
La Croisette
73120 Courchevel 1850
tel +33 (0)4 79 08 00 29
fax +33 (0)4 79 08 15 63

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