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Resort Information Courchevel

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Courchevel is a collection of different villages all with different character.  The highest and most famous is Courchevel 1850 where the wealthy can arrive at it's private airstrip and eat in it's Michelin star restaurants - the village is full of high class hotels and chalets but also has plenty of affordable accommodation and restaurants as well for the less well-heeled.  Lower down, you will find Courchevel 1650 and 1550 where you won't find the swanky accommodation but a good choice of apartments and still the village atmosphere.  Lowest of all, at Courchevel 1300 (Le Praz), you will find a traditional village with a good atmosphere and the Olympic ski jump built in 1992.  All villages have gondolas connecting them together so access to the skiing is easy.


The pistes of Courchevel are extensive with 150km to try out - they are well groomed and maintained with varied terrain to suit everyone from beginners to experts.  Piste marking is on the "easy" side so you have little risk of finding yourself on a piste harder than you expected. 

For nightlife and non-ski activities, Courchevel 1850 is undoubtedly better equipped than the other villages with a wide choice of bars, pubs, restaurants, piano-bars and nightclubs to choose from.  There are also plenty of other activities - a bowling alley, ice rink and sports centre among them.  The other villages all have plenty of bars and restaurants though so you won't be stuck for places to go.

Courchevel Chalets
Courchevel Chalets
Courchevel General View
Courchevel 1850 La Croisette
Courchevel Piste de Bellecote
Courchevel Boarder Cross
Courchevel La Vizelle
Courchevel Piste de Bellecote
Courchevel 1650 Snow Making
Courchevel Railpark
Ski Amis in Courchevel
In Courchevel, we have our catered chalets in Courchevel La Tania which are shown on the separate La Tania page and in the villages of 1850, 1650, 1550 and Le Praz we have a selection of self catered property to suit all pockets from budget apartments to luxury properties. 

Resort Facts and Figures

  • Piste Height  - 1260m - 2738m
  • Village Height  - 1300m - 1850m
  • Pistes - 150km
  • Pistes - 108
  • Lifts - 55
  • Linked to Meribel, Courchevel, Les Menuires and Val Thorens (Three Valleys)

Useful Links
www.courchevel.com

For information on lift pass prices, ski schools, equipment rental and childcare options please see the links on the blue bar below  - we offer a full pre-booking service in this resort
 
Ski Passes  Equipment  Ski School  Childcare 
 
Getting There

By Road

Courchevel has easy access by road and is approximately 615 miles (980km) from Calais - all but the last 25kms is by motorway or dual carriageway.  We provide comprehensive directions to our self drive guests and can offer ferry or Eurotunnel crossings to supplement your holiday.

By Rail

The international railway station of Moutiers is approximately 45 minutes from the resort - the station is served by the Direct Eurostar Service from London as well as TGV services from Paris.  We are able to provide a number of rail options to supplement your holiday.


By Air

The nearest airports are Geneva of Chambery, both of which are served by a number of UK budget arlines, charter and scheduled services.  Other alternatives would included Grenoble or Lyon which are slightly further away.  Approximate transfer times are:

  • Geneva - 2.5 hours
  • Chambery - 1.5 hours
  • Lyon - 3 hours
  • Grenoble - 3 hours
We provide a fully licenced minibus transfer service from Geneva or Chambery airports on a shared basis and from Lyon or Grenoble on a dedicated basis - see our travel pages for further information
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