Courchevel, The resort in the Trois Vallées!
The linked ski area of the Courchevel valley is 1,304 acres of mountain entirely dedicated to all types of winter sports. Ski down the 150 kilometres of downhill pistes, served by 62 chairlifts, to get the most out of your day's skiing. If you're a beginner, the "ZEN" and fun zones are for you, with 27 green runs and 44 blue runs to get you skiing in perfect safety. For hardened skiers, 38 red runs and 10 black runs will test your technique and ability to the full! Whatever your level, choose your itinerary for some unforgettable day's skiing.
What We Have
Courchevel boasts a staff of 453, employed by the (Sociétes) Trois Vallées. They work around the clock to guarantee that you´ll be able to enjoy the incomparable quality of the ski area that has made the resort´s reputation. Ski down the Courchevel pistes in perfect safety, with 65 gazex and 4 catex avalanche-release systems preventing any risk of an avalanche. Both at the beginning and end of the season, enjoy top-quality snow, with 563 snow cannons and 26 piste-bashers that prepare and maintain the 119 pistes in the Courchevel valley.
On The Slopes
Courchevel is also one of the resorts of the largest linked ski area in the world: the Trois Vallées, with 600 kilometres of prepared and maintained pistes. Discover panoramas and magnificent scenery stretching from the Mont Blanc massif in the north to the Les Ecrins massif in the south, as well as a unique view over the Swiss and Italian Alps to the north and east that the Trois Vallées offer. In a few hours you can reach the summit of the the Trois Vallées massif, the Pointe de Thorens (3266m) at Val Thorens, by means of the efficient and rapid ski lifts in the area.
Finally, Courchevel has 10 restaurants on the pistes to have lunch or a drink, get your strength back or simply recharge your batteries at high altitude, and 66 kilometres of cross-country ski runs through the forest to take you into the heart of the unspoilt countryside. Enjoy all the thrills of skiing down the pistes of the Saulire massif at between 1300m and 2700m between the forest and the high mountains.