Part of the Three Valleys ski area, Courchevel is made up of five Alpine villages at differing altitudes and each with it’s own characteristics. With a huge variety of terrain including great freeriding, plenty of fun tree runs and well-kept pistes for blasting, Courchevel is one of the top ski and snowboard resorts in the French Alps.
Courchevel Ski & Snowboard Guide
Summit 3230 m
Vertical Drop 2130 m
Base 1100 m to 1850 m
Cable Cars 12
Chair Lifts 17
Drag Lifts 29
Freeriding Great terrain round the north-facing Creux Noirs. Awesome tree runs from Col de la Loze to La Tania. Don't miss the Couloir Croix des Verdons.
Freestyle For the best snowpark, head to Parc Plantrey in the Loze area between the Plantrey chair and the Epicea draglift. Decent natural hits at 1650.
Pistes Lovely well-groomed, high-speed pistes. Blast down the red Combe de la Saulire.
Beginner Pistes 19
Intermediate Pistes 35
Advanced Pistes 34
Expert Pistes 8
Total Riding 150 km (600 km including Three Valleys area)
12 December to 19 April
59.00 € Day Pass, 289 € 6-Day Pass
Chambéry-Savoie (1 h 21 min)
Grenoble-Isère (2 h 1 min)
Geneva (2 h 8 min)