Courchevel is one of the most well-known and prestigious resorts in the World. The Courchevel ski resort is made up of 4 villages, Courchevel 1850, Courchevel 1650 - Moriond, Courchevel 1550 - Le Village and Courchevel 1350 - Le Praz.
It has a reputation for chic luxury and the finest Michelin dining, but it has managed to retain its warm family atmosphere as well. What’s more, with the new swimming pool complex in Courchevel 1650 and the ice rink / bowling alley in Courchevel 1850 amongst other attractions on offer, Courchevel offers something for everyone!
The Courchevel valley alone has 150km of pistes and 58 ski lifts with enough variety of runs to keep all levels and ages amused. From the rolling, wide beginner pistes to the technically challenging blacks including the famous Grand Couloir; the freestyle park to the children’s play park, there is truly something for everyone here. Courchevel links to the Meribel Valley either via the Saulire or Col de La Loz connections giving access to the rest of the 3 Valleys ski area, the largest ski area in the world with 600km of pistes!
You can get to Courchevel easily by bus, taxi or car heading up into the mountains from the town of Moutiers. The TGV and Eurostar run services to Moutiers and both bus transfers and taxis are regularly available to the main airports or Geneva, Lyon, Grenoble and Chambery.