Courchevel ski resort sits in the fabulous Les Trois Vallées (Les 3 Vallées). in France, offering exceptional skiing and snowboarding across the world’s largest ski area. In addition to their extensive terrain, it is renowned as a billionaire’s winter playground and the most glamorous ski resort in France.
The ski area is at one end of the world's largest lift-linked ski area, the Les Trois Vallées, which has 600km of pistes and over 170 lifts. Because of the north-facing aspect of many of Courchevel ski resort's local trials, the snow here is usually some of the best in the combined ski area, and there's terrain to suit everyone from beginner to expert. Indeed, many visitors never feel the need to leave the Courchevel valley, despite having the rest of the Les Trois Vallées to explore.
The Trois Vallees ski area includes 6 French Ski Resorts with a combined total of 600km. It offers 497 individual pistes and is serviced by 180 ski lifts. The one lift Courchevel ski resort lift pass can grant you access to the other ski resorts of, La Tania, Méribel, Brides-les-Bains, Saint Martin de Belleville, Les Menuires, Val Thorens, Orelle.
Courchevel ski resort has a good range of terrain for all ability levels, but the emphasis is on lots of groomed cruisers and steep reds. So it’s particularly well suited to strong intermediate to advanced riders. The terrain breakdown is approximately 20% beginner trails, 36% intermediate and 44% for advanced skiers and snowboarders.
Courchevel ski resort alone offers 150km of pisted ski runs served by 58 lifts. If you are a beginner, fun ‘ZEN’ areas have been especially created for you to ski in complete safety There are 19 beginner and 35 intermediate runs and for more experienced skiers, 34 advanced and 8 expert runs that will challenge your technique and put your skills to the test. Whatever your level of expertise, Courchevel ski resort caters to it, so choose your terrain and set off to enjoy some unforgettable days of skiing.
Courchevel ski resort features many events including both on snow and off. From the Ladies Alpine World Cup giant slalom in December to the International Fireworks Festival in February/March. There is also the ‘3 Vallées Enduro’ which invites teams of three to compete in various on-snow events. This is here in April each year.
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