60 lifts accessing 9 black, 34 red, 35 blue, 15 green runs and 16 snowparks, limitless off-piste, infamous coulouirs
Being part of the world's largest ski area, Courchevel is the most easterly of the Three Valleys. The immaculately maintained pistes are wide and beautifully groomed with something to suit all abilities and the lift system is the envy of the skiing and snowboarding world. On top of this, Courchevel isn't just famous for its skiing - it has become synonymous with style, glamour and sophistication. Whether it's shopping, dining or simply 'hanging out' celebrity spotting, there is plenty to keep you amused after the lifts close. Our Luxury chalets include Chalet Aster in 1650 and Dulcis Casu and Loup Blanc in the cosy village of Le Praz
Attractions Of Courchevel - The best piste skiing, chic style & exclusive chalets
- COURCHEVEL - Chic and Stylish - THE place to be seen on and off piste!
- 60 lifts in Courchevel Valley itself, 174 in the whole Three Valleys accessing over 300 runs and extensive off-piste.
75 piste grooming machines and over 2000 snow cannons back up the natural snow conditions – ensuring all ski runs and snow parks are in the best condition possible.
Varied and challenging skiing to cater for all levels. Enjoy the steeps of the couloirs or just cruising back to 1850 in time for champagne après-ski.
- Designer shopping, from fashion and eyewear, gifts and home decorations, luxury jewellers and art galleries to delicatessens, wine cellars and local markets with regional foods and specialities.
- Gourmet dining in some of the Alps' most renowned restaurants. Ski into the Michelin starred Chabichou, dance on the tables in La Mangeoire, enjoy the Cap Horn’s enormous terrace and relax with a long lunch in the legendary Bistrot du Praz.
- Daily après-ski in sophisticated piano bars, irresistible restaurants and smart night clubs.
- A host of activities for all ages; horse-drawn sleighs, snowmobiles, ice skating, ice karting and ski-doos, bowling, indoor climbing wall and a floodlit luge track. And even more...
- Extending over different height levels from Le Praz 1300, La Tania, 1550, 1650 and 1850, each part of the Courchevel Valley has a different character and we recommend you explore them all!
Each week a programme of events keeps you entertained during the day or after skiing. There are firework displays, torch-lit descents, ski races, musical soirees and regional and local markets. Christmas and New Year celebrations showcase an array of activities – especially for the younger ones, with fireworks and all-night dancing on the fond de neige. Russian Christmas in early January is feted in sumptuous style and the snow polo at the Altiport is a unique way to pass an afternoon later the same month.