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Courchevel ski resort

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Courchevel at-a-glance

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Dining


Intermediate Skiing


Beginner Skiing


Mountain Stats

  • Skiable Area:

    1210

    acres
  • Vertical Drop:

    4553

    ft
  • Snowfall:

    314

    in

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The only way to truly appreciate the size and scope of this area is to compare it to the biggest North American resorts. Take Whistler, Mammoth, Squaw, Jackson Hole, and then throw in Vail and maybe Killington and Breckenridge, and you'd still have room left over in Trois Vallées’ (Three Valleys) 370 miles of ski terrain, which Courchevel is a part of. With infinite terrain and the most sophisticated interconnected lift system in Europe, you could spend a lifetime exploring the limitless peaks and valleys, sampling all the delicious food at the fine French restaurants, and cruising through tiny villages without ever having to take off your skis. Visitors to Courchevel and its many sister resorts have enjoyed this unrivaled access since 1973, so you can bet this resort has a long-standing and time-tested reputation.

Ski Courchevel

Between the never-ending ski terrain and Courchevel’s series of hillside villages, you’ll find that a Trois Vallees ski vacation offers almost too many options. Saint-Bon and Le Praz are charming ancient Savoyard villages from the 16th century. Le Praz (Courchevel 1300) is lift-serviced for convenience. At 1550 and 1650, you’ll find two lovely, sunny, family-oriented resorts with direct access to all the slopes of the Trois Vallees. Courchevel 1850 serves up haute, or high alpine cuisine, and a lively après scene that can last well into the night—if you’re looking to tie one onto an incredible day of Courchevel skiing.  Families will be extremely pleased with Trois Vallees' family-friendly offerings in "Villages des Enfants,” a protected ski area where everything is geared for children's safety and fun! Since Courchevel was one of the hosts of the 1992 Winter Games it’s benefited from accelerated construction projects for new lifts, snow-making, grooming facilities, hotels and restaurants. The lift system includes the world's largest cable car and connects to the Trois Vallees areas. 

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From air, lodging and excursions to ground transfers, lift tickets and equipment rentals, We will manage all your trip components so you and your group can get the most out of your time playing in the mountains and building memories that will last a lifetime.

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1-800-908-5000

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Fiona
01/09/2009

Still a lovely resort, but expensive!

We like to go skiing to Courchevel in France and Engelberg in Switzerland. Courchevel has changed a lot over the years, and no longer feels very French, but its still a great place. We generally stay in catered chalets in the resort - hotels really are too expensice. Nicest of the Courchevel villages is Courchevel 1550 - quiet, but links straight into 1850.
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