COURCHEVEL

 

About Courchevel

Courchevel is the largest resort in the renowned Trois Vallees in the Savoie region of France. The resort consists of four ski villages: Courchevel 1300 (La Praz), Courchevel 1550, Courchevel 1650 and Courchevel 1850. While 1850 has the most high-end hotels and shops, 1650 has a more traditional French charm. 

This resort is a playground for the rich and famous, there are over 50 five-star hotels in the whole of France and nine of them are in Courchevel. Other high-end touches include 3 Michelin-star restaurants, heated pavements and over 100 high-end boutiques to splash some cash in.

Courchevel has over 150km of groomed runs, and access to 600km with a Trois Vallées pass providing access to connected neighbouring resorts.

Known for:

  • Luxury
  • High service levels
  • Access to extensive terrain

Season December to April
Terrain 23% beginner, 35% intermediate, 32% advanced
Elevation 2,738m
Vertical Drop 1,388m
Ski Area 1210 acres
Terrain Park Yes
Night Skiing No
Ski Lifts 52
Longest Run 9km

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How to get there

Fly

Geneva and Lyon are the nearest international airports to Courchevel. Chambery and Grenoble airports are also convenient and offer shorter transfer times, but regular flights and reasonably priced transfers are not always available.  

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Drive

Distances and drive times from airports to Courchevel:

Geneva 149km - 3 hours 
Lyon 187km - 3 hours 
Chambery 110km - 2 hours
Grenoble 174km - 2 hours

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Transfers

Private transfers can be organised from Geneva and Lyon to Courchevel.

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