Courchevel in Winter
Courchevel is a traditional alpine ski resort at the heart of the Three Valleys in France
Over the years it has developed a reputation as a world class ski resort entirely dedicated to all types of winter sports. Served by 62 chairlifts the ski area includes 27 green runs, 44 blue runs, 38 red runs and 10 black runs making it perfectly adapted to cater for all levels of skiing and snowboarding, along with the endless off-piste opportunities, snow/fun parks and dedicated areas for freestyle riders.
As part of the Three Valleys, Courchevel has 600 kilometres of prepared and maintained pistes encompassing 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.
Courchevel, La Tania and Meribel also offer 90 km of cross-country tracks, with a combination of green and blues for beginners and reds for more experienced Nordic skiers.
For those not skiing there are many mountain restaurants easily accessible by car or on foot where you can meet up with the skiing members of your party for lunch. Alpine Infusion can also advise you on local walks as well as other activities such as toboganning, parapenting, swimming, ice skating, tennis, squash and quad biking.