Glitz, glamour and glorious skiing. Courchevel combines great altitude and a huge ski area with one of the most luxurious resort towns in Europe. Superb skiing for all levels, Michelin-star restaurants and fabulous shopping make this the perfect upmarket ski experience. We’ve compiled our expertise to recommend you the can’t miss places on your trip to the jewel of the Three Valleys.
Beer, champagne or vin chaud… whatever your tipple, there’s ample opportunity to relax after a hard day’s ski before heading back to the chalet.
Where to go after dinner? If you’re not too tired after a hard day on the mountain, give one of these a go.
Skiing is hard work! The perfect excuse to have a nice big lunch on the mountain and experience some amazing Savoyard cuisine.
Looking for somewhere on the chefs night off? Well, look no further than one of these amazing resort restaurants.
A favorite with the rich and famous, Courchevel 1850 is the ultimate chic resort at the heart of the vast and varied Three Valleys, offering fabulous skiing for all levels, as well as superb shopping and dining.
The quieter resort of Courchevel Moriond (1650) offers some of the best skiing in the whole of the Trois Vallées. It is fast establishing itself as a resort in its own right, with a much more mountain village feel.
Here are some suggested ski schools in Courchevel. All of the ski schools we work with have English speaking Instructors to ensure no language barriers. If you'd like help identifying the best ski schools for you, do call our ski specialists who will be happy to help.
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