One of the most famous ski resorts in French Alps, Courchevel consists of four satellite villages - Courchevel Le Praz, Courchevel 1550, Courchevel 1650 and Courchevel 1850 and each one has a different beauty.read more
This world class ski resort, will offer you a truly unique experience while you are taking advantage of its high end amenities, ski areas, restaurants, accommodation and après ski choices.
Enjoy skiing and winter sports in a wide range of pistes that satisfy even the most demanding skiers. The ski area can be split into three main ski areas that are inter-linked as Courchevel has 67 ski lifts that make easier to explore the whole ski area.
There are also 8 free drag lifts spread over the ski area, 3 of them at 1850, 2 at 1650, 1 at 1550, 1 at Le Prag and 1 at La Tania. Intermediates will find probably the world's best selection of blue and red trails. One of the best red runs is 'Park City'. Experts will love Jean Blanc and the runs from La Saulire which are some of the most challenging including 'The Ugly Sisters'.
Courchevel boasts one of the largest armies of ski and snowboarding instructors in the world, there are 1000 and teaching all levels of all snow sports disciplines and each able to speak a number of languages.
Après ski options vary according to the village you stay. Courchevel 1850 is the most popular place if you want parties and have some fun! The most famous discothèque - Les Caves, La Grange and Le Club located at 1850.
For unique après ski ideas you may consider options suggested by the resort's Animations service who will organize group entertainments including treasure hunts, snow games and themed 'Native American' or traditional Savoyard parties. Be wary of the local Mutzig beer - it's extremely potent!read less
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